250g ground or whole bean coffee delivered for £1 @ Pact
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250g ground or whole bean coffee delivered for £1 @ Pact

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Found 18th Jun 2016
Pact coffee deliver either whole or ground beans in 250g bags to your door. You can even choose to have it made into nespresso pods. They offer a discount of delivery of the first bag for only £1 if you use the code coffee100 when signing up. Free and easy to cancel at anytime
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People able to do this multiple times?
How many times can this be posted? Next you'll be telling us about a company called Graze who'll send you a box of chocolate nuts for free......
good but remember to cancel. full price is a bit eye watering. I'm a coffee drinker nearly since birth and can't really tell the difference between this and the supermarket stuff
CheapLife

good but remember to cancel. full price is a bit eye watering. I'm a … good but remember to cancel. full price is a bit eye watering. I'm a coffee drinker nearly since birth and can't really tell the difference between this and the supermarket stuff



Maybe the price?;)
Think my first bag was £4.95 and they threw in a drip filter
Why the hell cant they just do regular normal coffee without stupid flavours
like regular beer, wine, whisky, chocolate, apples?
rsmorbitsound

Why the hell cant they just do regular normal coffee without stupid … Why the hell cant they just do regular normal coffee without stupid flavours



It is normal coffee, the flavours are naturally occurring and are just tasting notes.

Had a couple of bags of this now and have been satisfied.
I tried this offer ages ago and the beans are good, but the prices thereafter are nothing special. In my experience the best value/quality are either Limini Coffee or Rave. Limini has better blends and Rave arguably better single origin but it's a coin toss. Neither are 'the best' but it's about bang for your pound and both are fresh roast ... like yesterday! When I owned a coffee shop I tried 40+ different roasters over nearly three years, so there is some basis to recommending :-)
I just get coffee beans from aldi.. 250g for about 1.60. Nice coffee

I always stock up too when I see them as KG per KG, nothing comes close to £6.50ish for a KG of coffee beans.
Edited by: "DarrylJohn" 19th Jun 2016
I signed up. In the settings I can see 'skip a delivery' option but can't see how to cancel regular deliveries permanently. Maybe just delete card details?
I'll have a proper look once this one arrives.

Thanks for posting.
alfreer1

I signed up. In the settings I can see 'skip a delivery' option but can't … I signed up. In the settings I can see 'skip a delivery' option but can't see how to cancel regular deliveries permanently. Maybe just delete card details? I'll have a proper look once this one arrives.Thanks for posting.



Account > cancel account.
daveconroy3532

In my experience the best value/quality are either Limini Coffee or … In my experience the best value/quality are either Limini Coffee or Rave. Limini has better blends and Rave arguably better single origin but it's a coin toss.



We use Rave for the coffee at work. We get through 4kg a month so we use their blends and some of them are very good. Signature and Mocha Java are our 'go to' blends. I'll have a look at Limini now.
The Liscio blend from Limini was developed specifically for my shop and would be my first choice of blends if you like chocolate/nuts profile rather than acidic/fruits style. Their Rain Forest Alliance blend is also good but temperamental making espresso. I'm on Mocha from Rave at the moment and a tad dark roast for my liking but is still decent.
All the different grinds i tried blocked my coffee machine, taste nothing special, prefer Lavazza di gusto or normal to the Pact brand
2nd the enthusiasm for Rave. I get it from Rave/Amazon depending on if I'm ordering anything else from Amazon.

Decent coffee beans + Burr grinder + Aeropress is my daily method.
curtiskennington

Account > cancel account.


I'll try it on pc, on my mobile I looked again using desktop mode but still no cancel option.
daveconroy3532

I tried this offer ages ago and the beans are good, but the prices … I tried this offer ages ago and the beans are good, but the prices thereafter are nothing special. In my experience the best value/quality are either Limini Coffee or Rave. Limini has better blends and Rave arguably better single origin but it's a coin toss. Neither are 'the best' but it's about bang for your pound and both are fresh roast ... like yesterday! When I owned a coffee shop I tried 40+ different roasters over nearly three years, so there is some basis to recommending :-)



I use RaveCoffee regularly. Good coffee and free postage over £25. :-)
ASD007

All the different grinds i tried blocked my coffee machine, taste … All the different grinds i tried blocked my coffee machine, taste nothing special, prefer Lavazza di gusto or normal to the Pact brand


Sounds like you're grinding too fine and yes it will taste horrible in that case as over-extracting. If the Lavazza is ready ground, or your machine set up to grind that correctly then that's why you're experiencing what you do. Every bean type requires different grinder adjustments, sometimes quite pronounced. I used to adjust 2-3 times a day due to changes in humidity. Most folks won't do that but you can still get decent ball-park results. Lavazza is actual OK for a shop grind blend but you should get better results from fresh roast quality beans.
Do I have to wait for my first bag to be dispatched before cancelling?
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