If you’re like us in Goody Feed, whereby we can’t survive a day without coffee and you also have a coffee maker like this in the office, you’ll be glad to read this good news.
I’ve always thought that the capsules are expensive (simply because you get to count exactly how much each cup costs and realize it’s no different from the coffeeshop downstairs), but it’s only now then I realized that apparently, it is expensive; compared to other countries.
For example, my favourite Lungo, which is essentially kopi-o kosong to me with a fancy name, is at 99 cents per capsule.
Here’s a new fact: apparently, the capsules are sold cheaper in other regions. According to The Straits Times, the Kazaar and Dharkan capsules (don’t ask me what flavours they are; I just drink Lungo) are somewhere around SGD$0.56 to SGD$0.66. An online check of the Kazaar flavour in the Singapore website is at SGD$0.76 per capsule.
Interesting indeed, but here’s the good news: prices are going down.
In conjunction with a new Nespresso boutique at Raffles City Shopping Centre, prices of capsules drop between 25% to 29%.
I’ve no idea why there’s a correlation between a new shop and a price drop, but when the prices of everything in shops are increasing, it’s surely a great respite to hear this news.
BRB as I go buy new capsules now.
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