bnavas6 Senior Member Joined: 5 Jan 2014 Posts: 1 Location: UK Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Mon Jan 6, 2014, 3:30pm Subject: Help. Saeco Odea Go brew that taste like tobaco
Hi all, I have a Saeco Ode Go, it has been with me for a while and the coffee tastes like tobaco. I´ve tryed with different brands for the beans and different brands of water but still the brew taste like drinking from an ashtry. Any clue about what could be the issue? Thanks in advance and best regards
Bob_E Senior Member Joined: 23 Dec 2013 Posts: 6 Location: MI Expertise: I like coffee
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Posted Mon Jan 6, 2014, 9:36pm Subject: Re: Help. Saeco Odea Go brew that taste like tobaco
tobacco and ashes have pretty different flavors... I'm not familiar with your machine, but maybe you're getting a mouth full of extracted, fine coffee grounds? Or maybe a smoker is playing a practical joke on you? I remember about 10 years ago some of my buddies decided to throw their cigarette butts in my cooler after the beers were gone and nothing but melted ice was left. I still have that cooler and it still smells like an ashtray.
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