TU Plastic 3-cup Cafetiere Reviews
Product Type: TU coffee machines
Description:Manufacturer: TU / Coffee Machine Type: Manual / "This stylish modern-looking cafetiere is large enough to make three delicious cups of your favourite coffee. Made from matt-effect plastic it'll perfectly complement any kitchen."
Newest Review: ... with all cafetiere's the cups it states never seems to fit my mugs so 3 cups translates in our house to one and a half mugs ... more
Customer TU Plastic 3-cup Cafetiere Reviews (3)
by - written on 19/10/13, updated on 20/10/13 (Very useful, 61 readings)
A treat of a proper cup of ground coffee is a must our house on a weekend. But not having a large kitchen we have tried various cafetiere's over the years rather than a coffee machine which we don't have room for. One of our latest tries was a Sainsbury's own brand TU black plastic cafetiere. The version we have is a 3 cup model that cost around £6.50. Size wise as with all cafetiere's the cups it states never seems to fit my mugs so 3 cups translates in our house to one and a half mugs so great for a bit of a top up without going too much into caffeine overdrive. The plastic element of the body is nice and robust and the wrap around design I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/13, updated on 22/07/13 (Useful, 18 readings)
This cafetiere was bought as a present presumably because I love coffee and drink a lot. I had used an espresso machine before but not a cafetiere. I didn't know exactly how to use it as I normally make instant coffee, but after trial and error I worked out that you just put the coffee in the cafetiere and pour the water in and then it pours out through the filter. I use 1 heaped teaspoon of coffee ( fresh) and maybe a bit more depends what I feel like, ( fresh) then put the boiling water in then I just leave the plunger to drop on its own, after a couple of minutes it more or less will fall with a bit of help as the coffee is made ( I am not a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/12, updated on 25/07/13 (Very useful, 112 readings)
I've been drinking Kenco instant coffee religiously for the last few years and up until recently have had no cause to grumble or even consider changing what is a fairly trivial ritual in my day. After all, what could be simpler than making a cup of instant coffee? It certainly beats having to stand around whilst waiting for a cup of tea to brew. However, either my tastebuds have acquired an immunity to my regular dose of bitterness and caffeine or Kenco have pulled a crafty one and decided to make weaker instant coffee. I have since being using more and more coffee in each cup and as a result have been driven to buying a new jar more regularly (I don't mean to imply ... Read the complete review
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