Starbucks vs. Dunkin’ Donuts vs. McCafé vs. Nespresso

4 business model that offers the same product that do not let us sleep. But are really the same product? Starbucks vs. Dunkin’ Donuts vs. McCafé vs. Nespresso. What´s your choice? Why?

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Nespresso

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  1. Anonymous [1694] argued:
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    Nespresso is great if you’re busy and want a coffee as soon as you wake up. I keep the machine on my bedside table! I set my alarm early, drink one, then sleep for 30 minutes – I call it a turbo power nap. The machines are very reasonably priced considering how good the espresso is and how convenient it is to make.

    However, the coffee does cost more per gram than other brands (For other coffee machines) but less is wasted due to the efficient system. And of course it’s a lot cheaper than going to a cafe!

  2. Johnny [1] argued:
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    I LOVE my Nespresso machine. Not only is it clean “no coffee grounds”, but it tastes great. I prefer much over going out to buy coffee. The crema is amazing. Starbucks is good, but too expensive, and Dunkin’ Donuts is absolutely awefull.

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McCafé (McDonald’s)

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    Dunkin’ Donuts

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    1. Anonymous [1694] argued:
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      becauseeeeeeeeeeeeeee they have big range of donuuuuts. not just empty ones with chocolate on the top

    2. Anonymous [1694] argued:
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      cheap, fast, on every corner, excellent coffee (hazelnut!), great cold drinks, did I mention cheap? So cheap, I’d go to DD two to three times a day! Value baby! Oh, and simple… this is coffee for ppl on the go! Plus, I love their breakfast sandwiches (egg and cheese on an everything bagel) which are also cheap, fast, and consistantly good (tho admittedly not as good as the coffee). I love DD! Love it!

    3. Anonymous [1694] argued:
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      Americas Number 1 coffee that tastes just right and is priced just right.

    4. Anonymous [1694] argued:
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      1) I don’t have to remortgage my house to get a coffee.
      2) It is faster and tastes more like coffee.
      3) There aren’t people sitting around on laptops trying to look important.

    5. SUE [1] argued:
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      Dunkin’ Donuts all the way! I grew up in Massachusetts and that’s all we had back in the day. My sister and I even worked at Dunkin’ Donuts as teenagers! The coffee is great, I love the iced coffee, and I used to love their blueberry muffins when I worked there. Although the muffins aren’t as good as they used to be. And one more thing, they’re cheaper then Starbucks! I’m not paying $5.00 for a coffee!

    6. Linshaolin [3] argued:
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      It is open earllier. It has iced coffee (cream, two equals) that I can not live without.

    7. shierylssi [1] argued:
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      i really love their variety of donuts and also their ice coffee jelly.

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    Starbucks

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    1. Anonymous [1694] argued:
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      Because all the other choices made me cringe.

    2. Anonymous [1694] argued:
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      For the coffee and the company values

    3. Sandy M [9] argued:
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      I became addicted to Starbucks while living in southern CA. I love not only the coffee, and awesome frappachinos, but also the laid back atmosphere.

    4. Trish [1] argued:
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      Starbucks is wonderful. They offer everything from tea to really delicious coffee. I don’t drink it as much as i used to, but i definitely drink it way more than i ever eat donuts.

    5. TeapotJedi [5] argued:
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      Two words: Ethiopian Sidamo. Yes, I’m a coffee snob. But then, I don’t go to Starbucks for donuts either. I go to Starbucks for coffee. I don’t see why I would go to Dunkin Donuts and expect great, rare, single estate coffee. I go to Dunkin Donuts for donuts. Cheap ones, in a paper box. I go to Starbucks to try and convince them to expand their coffee lines into less represented regions. Also, for soy chai. Not donuts.

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