Originally Posted by NaTionS
are they significantly better than a Keurig?
You will get a good cup of coffee that is very similar to an espresso. As I said the viscosity and mouthfeel are, as you might expect, not the same to put it mildly. Not bad, just nowhere near as good as a real espresso.
However, the flavors are excellent, there's a wide range of pods to suit any taste you want, the ratio of work to quality is phenomenal, it isn't terribly expensive, depending how many pods you go through... Really the only downside is how bad for the environment the pods are. At least Nespresso does a recycling program.
I am certainly no expert on anything coffee-related but I can answer more questions if you have them. There's also a Nespresso Club threak (too lazy to link it for you).
With that said.... Chic-fil-a has some damn good coffee. It isn't top tier but easily the best for fast food and it wouldn't be out of place at most cafes. They work with these guys outside of Atlanta so they are getting some good beans. http://thrivefarmers.com/