Cappuccino Coffee Pods
Which cappuccino coffee pods /T DISCs should I buy?
Find your favourite cappuccino at TASSIMO. Do you like your cappuccino smooth, well-balanced, sweet or intense? Looking for a classic cappuccino? Try Kenco Cappuccino pods or L'OR Cappuccino. Chocolate lover? Jacobs Cappuccino Choco is the right choice! Rather have more milk? Have a look at our selection of cafés au lait, such as Jacobs Café au Lait.
Cappuccino pods for TASSIMO machines
Did you know that all official TASSIMO coffee pods and T DISCs are compatible with every Bosch TASSIMO machine? To get the perfect hot drink from your TASSIMO machine, make sure you use official T DISCs. Check out all the coffee machines on offer to discover the one perfect for you.
What is a cappuccino?
Almost everyone knows what a cappuccino coffee looks like. But what exactly is a cappuccino? And what is it made of? A cappuccino is a coffee drink that today is typically a mix of a single espresso shot and hot milk topped with foamed milk. Cappuccinos are most often prepared with an espresso machine. Curious about how many calories are in a standard cappuccino? A cappuccino is roughly 165 calories when served with whole milk. Do you prefer skim milk cappuccinos? Then the calorie count will probably drop to around 96 calories. Of course, the exact amount depends on the coffee to milk ratio (and the type of milk) and what extras you add to your cappuccino.
How to make a Cappuccino with TASSIMO?
To make a TASSIMO cappuccino, you'll need two T DISCS: a milk or creamer T DISC and an espresso T DISC. You'll find both in your Cappuccino T DISCS package. First use the milk T Disc for a lovely layer of milk foam, then use the cappuccino capsule to add espresso. Simply insert the milk pod in your TASSIMO machine, close the head, press the button and wait. Remove the milk pod, insert the espresso pod and press the button again. Your cappuccino will be ready to enjoy in just a few seconds.
Cappuccino vs Latte
In a world full of different coffees, it might be difficult to understand the difference between all of them. A cappuccino and a latte are both made of an espresso base. After the espresso, milk is added in two different forms. A cappuccino has an even distribution of espresso, steamed milk and foamed milk. A latte consists of more steamed milk and just a layer of foamed milk. There is also a difference between a cappuccino and a latte macchiato in terms of calories. Since the latte has more milk than a cappuccino, it will have a higher amount of calories.
Have you already ordered your cappuccino pods and already own a cappuccino machine? Good! Then it’s time to make sure you have the right accessories as well. Take a look at all the Cappuccino cups, mugs and glasses we have on offer to make your favourite coffee even more pleasurable. Do you enjoy drinking a cappuccino on your way to work? In that case, the KeepCup is the perfect accessory for you. This sustainable coffee cup will keep your coffee warm.