Espressopedia have a uniquely curated collection of real Italian coffee, in convenient pods compatible with Lavazza A Modo Mio, Nespresso, Nescafe Dolce Gusto, Senseo, Starbucks Verismo, Caffitaly, K-fee & Podpronto machines.
All of our products are sourced directly from a charming coffee merchant based in Padua, near Venice in Italy. Our expert coffee tasters visit regularly to sample new blends and flavours that have been lovingly created in the heart of the original coffee-making region.
Portorico Oro - Golden Blend
This blend of coffee beans is wonderful, they have a fabulous flavour and produce a rich crema. They have become our favourite beans and Espressopedia are the best suppliers I have been able to find.
Starbucks Verismo - Sample Pack
I always buy my coffee from this website, fast delivery accurate order and lovely tasting coffee. There is a wide range of different flavours and strengths. Would definitely recommend this website for compatible coffee pods.
Nespresso - Chocolate
Far better than the big name brands I've had, thick and strong chocolatey taste with the only downside being that there wasn't more!
Lavazza A Modo Mio - Starter Pack
Fantastic coffees. Better than Lavazza. I won’t buy any other coffee.
Nespresso : Crema Cremoso
Great service, with excellent recommendations from Nick if you're unsure about the coffee that will suit you. Cheers
Whole Coffee Beans
Grinding your own coffee can be a great way to extract the flavours and freshness from beans. Espressopedia also stock a variety of whole coffee beans at a great price.
Espressopedia is a small online-only business which is how we offer such incredible value for money - no major brand advertising costs or shop overheads. I believe that the convenience of a pod machine should not compromise the quality of your drink, and I'm proud to bring you the very best Italian coffees. I love hearing how much you enjoy them, too.
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The Environmental case for plastic coffee pods!
I often hear that single shot coffee capsules are not good for the environment, because of the energy to grow the beans, make the capsules, brew the coffee, and dispose of the waste. There is an upside however, as plastic capsules turn out to be a more sustainable way of drinking espresso than nearly any other method of making coffee. According to research, recyclable aluminium pods are more environmentally friendly however the lack of recycling facilities in the UK and the greater energy need to produce the aluminium pods in the first place means plastic capsules are surprisingly better after all.