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Life's too short for bad coffee
Still getting through the 4 bags I bought about six months ago...god I’d kill for a Lavazza
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Life's too short for bad coffee
Makes a great cold brew!
Thanks. As you say, not the best, but not the worst either! We find it quite good for the price!
Tastes like that hyper-mild stuff they serve in Ikea... Not for me but taste is subjective.
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Honestly don't mind this stuff. It's a great price point for an everyday drink.

It's not for espresso, but I make a short americano with it, it's got a lovely chocolate flavour note.
We have it in the machine in the office for clients... Not heard any complaints yet (beggars, choosers etc comes to mind though).
I think this stuff ok. Certainly at this price point. It isn't strong enough for an espresso but like 360finder, I use it in my bean to cup to get a slightly longer drink by asking for two cups.
Been drinking this stuff for a while now as an espresso, honestly surprised how nice it is.
Yet to find something cheaper than £10 per kg that's significantly better.
Absolutely ideal if all you need is a coffee fix.
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sashforth01/01/2020 22:19

I think this stuff ok. Certainly at this price point. It isn't strong …I think this stuff ok. Certainly at this price point. It isn't strong enough for an espresso but like 360finder, I use it in my bean to cup to get a slightly longer drink by asking for two cups.


Melitta? I have the Solo & Milk machine.

Perfect on three bean strength, dial at 12 o'clock and double serving to a mug.
Still getting through the 4 bags I bought about six months ago...god I’d kill for a Lavazza
small_intestine01/01/2020 22:25

Been drinking this stuff for a while now as an espresso, honestly …Been drinking this stuff for a while now as an espresso, honestly surprised how nice it is.Yet to find something cheaper than £10 per kg that's significantly better.Absolutely ideal if all you need is a coffee fix.



The Lavazza deal at Costco when live is a much better deal for a coffee which actually tastes nice !
Thoughtful01/01/2020 22:52

The Lavazza deal at Costco when live is a much better deal for a coffee …The Lavazza deal at Costco when live is a much better deal for a coffee which actually tastes nice !


Funny how tastes differ, I was full of expectation when I opened my first bag of Lavazza, yuck wouldn't touch the stuff again.
deleted179453501/01/2020 22:35

Melitta? I have the Solo & Milk machine.Perfect on three bean strength, …Melitta? I have the Solo & Milk machine.Perfect on three bean strength, dial at 12 o'clock and double serving to a mug.


I had a Melitta (the one with two sections for putting beans in) briefly but now use a delonghi. Can't remember the model.
Anyone tried any of the Note d'Espresso beans Amazon have on offer at the moment?

Note d'Espresso Espresso Coffee Beans 1000g x 2 pack amazon.co.uk/dp/…7WW
If you’re willing to spend a little more, you can just get it from a roaster. Mine usually arrives the next day if I order before 3 I think.
sportyfae01/01/2020 23:11

Anyone tried any of the Note d'Espresso beans Amazon have on offer at the …Anyone tried any of the Note d'Espresso beans Amazon have on offer at the moment?Note d'Espresso Espresso Coffee Beans 1000g x 2 pack https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07X25RYFH/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_XBsdEb8VAP7WW


Looks good
I would prob pay the extra quid or so for the full arabica blend

Note d'Espresso Arabica Coffee Beans 1000g x 2 pack

This post I've tried , agree it isn't terrible but I will likely pass

The San Fran organic for 9 quid a bag from Costco is my current favourite
Had several visitors prefer this stuff to the expensive Owens Bantham Espresso I get. Personally find it's good for an everyday coffee.
Avasaralla01/01/2020 23:31

If you’re willing to spend a little more, you can just get it from a r …If you’re willing to spend a little more, you can just get it from a roaster. Mine usually arrives the next day if I order before 3 I think.


any recommendation?
deleted179453501/01/2020 22:35

Melitta? I have the Solo & Milk machine.Perfect on three bean strength, …Melitta? I have the Solo & Milk machine.Perfect on three bean strength, dial at 12 o'clock and double serving to a mug.


I prefer the dial at 10 o'clock and three servings into a Starbucks beaker.
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N1Andy02/01/2020 08:57

I prefer the dial at 10 o'clock and three servings into a Starbucks beaker.


Which is exactly what I'm drinking right now!!
Dr-Rjinswand01/01/2020 21:46

Makes a great cold brew!


OMG! I have never heard of this drink before and just walked past a Starbucks advert board about three minutes before I read your comment! SPOOKY!
prismed02/01/2020 02:41

any recommendation?



Find your local roaster(s) and ring them up (not my list/map so could be out if date but all my local roasters are on it) and have a chat with them about what they sell and what you like/want e.g. espresso, filter, dark/light roast etc. I think most, if not all, will grind it for you (free of course) in their own professional grinders.

thecoffeeroasters.co.uk/pag…-uk

For coffee subs by post (direct debit each month or week or maybe once every 2 months, they all differ) there are loads of indie specialty roasters who tend to do single origin (from one farm though farms can be huge) rather than blends. Some of the names that come to mind are Union, Has Bean, Square Mile, Pact, and Origin but there might be hundreds of them now.

There's no guarantee you'll like the taste of specialty coffee more than mass produced (Illy, Lavazza, Starbucks etc.) but all the coffee I've had from subs has been high quality (and I guess it sounds snobbish but you can see it in the consistency of the bean sizes/shapes/colour) and really fresh. I've had some really nice blends from local roasters too though.
Hot for the price, cold for every other reason. This really is the worst coffee ever put up for sale.
For everyday Espresso I really think this is great value: Verde Coffee - Belaroma. They used to do a blend called "Punchinella" which was an ever higher roast, but I haven't been able to find it.
Not buying this anymore. It's a hit and mess. Non consistent product
Can anyone recommend a slightly bitter, chocolatey bean?
prismed02/01/2020 02:41

any recommendation?


There are two that I use one is Coffee Compass and the other is Algerian Coffee Store.

I normally have espressos so I usually go to the espresso range and have Brighton Lanes one from Coffee Compass. Though I’ve tried majority of the range except 2.

You can ask me or give them a call they’re really nice guys and will take the time to explain or help you find what you’ll like. Due to the price and fast dispatch/delivery, I opt for them.

So I’ll usually order once a month at 11:00 and I’ll have it the next day whenever the Royal Mail guy arrives. I stick to 500g per month because I feel that the taste is too different after 4 weeks, I also wait 2 days after it’s roast date because it taste less acidic to me. My most recent bag was roasted on the 31st.

Then there’s the Algerian Coffee Store.

They have a good range and store in London zone 1. Nice people too, so long as you’re not pretentious (which is ironic in a way ). Delivery usually takes about 2 days from ordering. I use them when I want a Cuban bean or something.

If you’re ever in London, and on Whitechapel Road (Aldgate East)I think, visit Exmouth. Their beans, have spoilt me. To me they’re the best espresso I’ve ever had. Though a bit pricey but no delivery.

There’s also Rave Coffee, but I haven’t ordered from them because of Coffee Compass, but they have discount codes pop up from time to time.

On top of all this, local coffee shops sometimes roast their own coffee or buy from a local roaster themselves and you can just ask to buy it. Aside from Exmouth, I usually don’t because of the price. 250g for 8 quid is too much for me when I can buy 500g for about £10 (excluding delivery).
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Avasaralla02/01/2020 20:08

There are two that I use one is Coffee Compass and the other is Algerian …There are two that I use one is Coffee Compass and the other is Algerian Coffee Store.I normally have espressos so I usually go to the espresso range and have Brighton Lanes one from Coffee Compass. Though I’ve tried majority of the range except 2. You can ask me or give them a call they’re really nice guys and will take the time to explain or help you find what you’ll like. Due to the price and fast dispatch/delivery, I opt for them. So I’ll usually order once a month at 11:00 and I’ll have it the next day whenever the Royal Mail guy arrives. I stick to 500g per month because I feel that the taste is too different after 4 weeks, I also wait 2 days after it’s roast date because it taste less acidic to me. My most recent bag was roasted on the 31st. Then there’s the Algerian Coffee Store.They have a good range and store in London zone 1. Nice people too, so long as you’re not pretentious (which is ironic in a way ). Delivery usually takes about 2 days from ordering. I use them when I want a Cuban bean or something. If you’re ever in London, and on Whitechapel Road (Aldgate East)I think, visit Exmouth. Their beans, have spoilt me. To me they’re the best espresso I’ve ever had. Though a bit pricey but no delivery. There’s also Rave Coffee, but I haven’t ordered from them because of Coffee Compass, but they have discount codes pop up from time to time. On top of all this, local coffee shops sometimes roast their own coffee or buy from a local roaster themselves and you can just ask to buy it. Aside from Exmouth, I usually don’t because of the price. 250g for 8 quid is too much for me when I can buy 500g for about £10 (excluding delivery).


Thank you, I'll have a look at Coffee Compass. I've got a code for Rave coffee too.
I've used hasbean before, and their coffee was delicious, but a little pricey. I'm looking to buy bigger quantities instead of a subsciption model to reduce the cost a bit.
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