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Hello Gideon, There are a lot of great Nespresso compatible pods out there, but it really depends on what you're looking for in a coffee. If you want something with a strong flavour, you might want to try a dark roast. If you're looking for something more mellow, a lighter roast might be better. There are also flavored coffees available in Nespresso-compatible pods, so if that's your thing, there are plenty of options to choose from. Ultimately, it really depends on your personal preference as to what the best Nespresso-compatible pod is. In this article you will also find all about the Best Alternative Nespresso Coffee Pods: https://www.eraofwe.com/coffee-lab/en/articles/best-alternative-nespresso And, in case you want to get more familiar with the Nespresso Pods option, I would recommend you have a look at our 2 articles: 1. Exceptional Coffee Made Easy: Comparing All Types of Nespresso Capsules: https://www.eraofwe.com/coffee-lab/en/articles/compare-all-nespresso-capsule 2. Best Nespresso Coffee Flavors: https://www.eraofwe.com/coffee-lab/en/articles/best-nespresso-coffee-flavors I hope that I could help you :)!
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