Order our box of 50 premium grade fresh-roasted 7g ESE coffee pods, roasted right here in Melbourne Australia.
These pods are designed to be used in equipment that is compatibile with the International ESE 7g standard.
Every day, we are asked to confirm whether our ESE 7g coffee pods are suitable for all sorts of coffee making equipment.
Please understand, we do not sell or support coffee equipment and we respectfully ask that you do not send us messages requesting us to qualify or interpret whether your machine suits ESE pods - we are unable to answer those types of questions - we roast coffee and convert these fresh roasted beans to ESE pods in accordance with the international standard for 7 gram E.S.E.
You must check your owners manual or confirm with your supplier or manufacturer to determine whether your machine suits 7g ESE pods.
These are NOT Nespresso capsules, however, we do sell fantastic Nespresso compatible capsules.
We have developed and refined this winning blend over the last 9 years .
It produces the best possible extraction from your 7g ESE compatable POD equipment.
Don't use stale imported ESE coffee Pods when you can buy fresh roasted coffee pods from a premium Australian supplier that cares about the taste of your coffee.
7g ESE coffee Pods are an easy to use, pre-packed serving of coffee that ensures consistent flavour, aroma and strength with a minimum of mess.
ESE coffee Pod solutions are perfect for the home or business environment were a quality cup of coffee can be created easily and effectively without the skill or maintenance required from traditional espresso equipment.
This 100% arabica blend uses the absolute best grades of premium specialty Kenya, Colombia, Brazil, Sumatran and Guatemala coffees we can find within the 300+ coffees that are imported into Australia.
We believe this is the best POD in Australia. Supplied in a box of 50x 7g ESE PODs - our customers tell us it's the best ESE pod on the market.
Fresh roasted beans are converted to ESE Coffee Pods within 48hrs. Each ESE coffee Pod is individually sealed under atmospheric conditions for freshness and convenience.
PLEASE NOTE: There are times throughout the year when we may run out of our 7g ESE coffee Pods. The challenge is in the conversion of the fresh roasted coffee beans into the ESE pod packaging and there may be delays outside of our direct control. Typically, these delays may be up to a week. As such, the pods you recieve may be branded either mycuppa or Espressohead. Both are roasted by us here in Melbourne and depending upon the stock situation at any given time, we may need to supply Espressohead branded pods if we are awaiting upon conversion of mycuppa branded pods. Please understand, both branded pods are of identical quality.
This product is NOT compatiable with Nespresso, Lavazza, MAP, Senseo, Aldi or other proprietary capsule systems.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION YOU MUST READ BEFORE PURCHASING - COMPATABILITY WITH YOUR COFFEE MACHINE
The term "pod" is a largely overused word in the coffee industry.
Historically, equipment manufacturers have been both vague and deceptive when marketing their equipment and claiming support for "pods" without actually defining what that "pod" may be in terms of a specification that helps the owner of the machine identify the appropriate consumables, e.g. pods.
An example being Cusinart - they have a machine that support PODS, but nowhere on their websites around the world will they confirm specifically if the POD is the industry standard ESE. Philips Senseo was another type of equipment that was rather vague but it used a different style and configuration of pod that is NOT ESE compatible despite having a similar appearance.
Some machines makers refer to pods when they actually mean capsules, such as Nespresso, some De-Longhi machines (not all), MAP, Senseo or Lavazza Blue equipment which are essentially proprietary and designed to ensure you are locked into the supply of their over-priced, stale, lower-grade systems.
Therefore, the words POD and CAPSULE are often mistaken.
Generally speaking, a capsule is what is normally used in a Nespresso-compatible domestic appliance and a POD is used in an ESE machine or appliance.
Before you purchase a box of our 7g ESE Coffee PODS, please check your owners manual or confirm with your machine manufacturer or supplier as to the compatability of 7g ESE Coffee PODS.
As you can appreciate, we are not in a postition to test or validate our 7g Coffee PODS on the ever-increasing range of equipment that appliance retailers sell.
We can assure you 100% that our PODS are made to the precise International 7g ESE standard.
If your machine comes with an ESE Filter basket - some Breville, DeLonghi, Krups and Sunbeam domestic espresso machines have this ESE filter basket supplied in the original box, then you must use the ESE POD filter basket supplied with your machine in order to correctly operate the equipment with ESE pods.
That is, you cannot use the 7g ESE coffee pod in a standard espresso filter handle designed for holding ground coffee. You also can't use these 7g ESE coffee pods like tea bags by infusing them in hot water (don't laugh, many people try).
In the unfortunate event you have purchased ESE coffee pods and discover they do not suit your machine, we will accept the box returned but please ensure you understand you will need to pay for your return postage to us, along with fees we outlaid in shipping the item to you and if you have used some of the pods, a restocking fee will apply.
Returns are accepted on the basis you contact us beforehand and that your request to return is undertaken withing the reasonable timeframe of 30 days from purchase.
To avoid any issues, please ensure you check compatibility with your supplier before purchasing our 7g ESE Coffee PODS.
It's not easy to develop a sweet tasting coffee in just 7g of ground coffee.
We have been doing these ESE PODS for more than 6 years now and know that we have to use our best tasting, highest flavored arabica coffees in order to create some cup presence in such a small dosage application like a single serve POD.
The other trick we use is to roast in small batches and have these converted at more frequent intervals compared to our competitors - it costs us a lot more in freight and conversion price, but it keeps the product fresher and turning over faster.