The Senseo Sarista will mop up

The Senseo Sarista will mop up

Announced in October for the Dutch market, this Senseo is really of a new kind since it gives up pods. Obviously, you will ask me what a Senseo is for without its pods. Rest assured, its usefulness will not be to serve us hot water and if we talk about more pods, we will now talk about jars of grain. Finally I suppose that Philips will find a more appropriate and sexy term than the jar of grains, but the idea is there!
The Senseo Sarista is therefore a coffee maker that works with coffee beans which are ground in the machine. I agree that this is not new, but what is, however, is that the coffee beans will be distributed by the brand itself in the form of small pots that can be directly clipped onto the machine. Instead of buying coffee beans, you will therefore buy tanks with coffee beans (for a capacity of about 20 cups). Obviously we will have the choice between several types of coffee beans. You can also change the tank when you want, no need to wait for the pot of beans to be finished, we can easily switch from one pot to another. Another innovation, this coffee maker can also accommodate a jug that seems to be insulated. We will no longer have to juggle between our classic coffee maker and our pod machine.
With the Senseo Sarista, Philips hopes to conquer more demanding coffee lovers. Announced at a price of 250 euros, the Senseo Sarista is indeed relatively affordable compared to other machines of this type. It remains to be seen how much these small pots of beans will cost and especially if the quality of the coffee will be up to par. For France, there is not yet information concerning the exit but from what I understood, the product would be intended for whole Europe therefore one will speak again about it in a few months.