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Senseo Cappuccino package and pods for Senseo
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Senseo Cappuccino Caramel package and pods for Senseo
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Which Senseo coffee has the fewest calories?

The sugar in the coffee will generally be the most important factor to consider. Of course, any coffee without sugar is the healthiest and has the fewest calories in it. But if you had to choose between a cappuccino and a cafe latte without sugar, which one would you choose? The cappuccino, as it has the lowest content of milk - but not much less. Of course, it also depends on the fat content of the used milk. But it really does not seem to be anything to worry about, so indulge yourself and grab that cappuccino or latte Senseo coffee pillow!

4 ways to a healthier coffee

Here are some ways to keep drinking your favorite coffee with a clear conscience:

  • Keep your coffee without sugar.
  • Buy quality coffee pads for your Senseo machine. We have a large selection.
  • Add cinnamon, which helps lower your blood sugar levels, cholesterol and triglycerides in diabetics.
  • Sprinkle cocoa powder on top. It is packed with antioxidants and has many benefits, including lowering the risk of heart disease.

The coffee journey for your Senseo coffee pad

Here are some interesting facts about how your quality coffee pad will be ready to get in your Senseo machine:

  • Although of course there are differences for many reasons, a coffee tree only gives about half a kilo of coffee powder a year.
  • It takes about 3 to 4 years for a coffee tree to mature.
  • There is both a dry and a wet processing of the coffee berries. The wet treatment includes both fermentation and milling, where the dry treatment is when the coffee beans are dried, while they are still in the pods, where they are then grated to loosen the beans.
  • Different processing methods result in different tastes and aromas. At this point, the bean is a greenish color and ready to be roasted.

Coffee can be fun

Coffee may be important for you to wake up in the morning, but it can also make you occasionally sip the sips of your cup of Senseo coffee:

  • It is actually possible to get an overdose of coffee, but you would need to drink 100 cups to reach the lethal amount.
  • There have been several attempts to make coffee banned. In the 15th century it was in Mecca, in the 16th century it was punished for drinking coffee in Italy, and in the 17th century it was banned in both Russia and Sweden.
  • You probably imagine that a darker roast with a stronger taste contains more caffeine. But in reality, the more you roast the beans, the more caffeine you burn off.
  • Just the smell of coffee can wake you up.
  • Coffee started as a food before it became a drink. Coffee berries were mixed with fat to make an energy bar. Coffee was also consumed as wine, made on the skin of the coffee carriers.