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Where to find more diverse Dolce Gusto variants?

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There are many types of various types of Dolce Gusto capsules (Chocochino, Mocha, Caramel Machinato,... ) that I have never seen in ane Denner/Coop I've gone, where I've seen these variants in Carrefours and other shops in Barcelona and Evian. This is ridiculous since Dolce Gusto is a Swiss brand.

Am I missing something? Is there an easy way to find different Dolce Gusto capsules?
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Old 08.06.2015, 12:56
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Re: Where to find more diverse Dolce Gusto variants?

On their website. You can order them online, free of charge above a certain amount. And you can also get free stuff by collecting the codes on the boxes.
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Re: Where to find more diverse Dolce Gusto variants?

Doesn't matter if it's a Swiss brand or not, they don't always sell the same stuff here that you find elsewhere. We can't get the Nescafe instant coffee that we buy here in the UK, you can't get Nestlé's Shredded Wheat here, but you can in the UK. They stock what they believe will sell and the Swiss are also slow in trying different things anyway.
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Hi,

There are many types of various types of Dolce Gusto capsules (Chocochino, Mocha, Caramel Machinato,... ) that I have never seen in ane Denner/Coop I've gone, where I've seen these variants in Carrefours and other shops in Barcelona and Evian. This is ridiculous since Dolce Gusto is a Swiss brand.

Am I missing something? Is there an easy way to find different Dolce Gusto capsules?
Thanks
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On their website. You can order them online, free of charge above a certain amount. And you can also get free stuff by collecting the codes on the boxes.
Btw, i can't really complain because I was able to buy 6-7 types of Dolce Gusto in my local Coop. OP, Caramel Macchiato and the likes are highly overrated, they're so sweet (or "artificial" or something) almost nauseating..
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