Costa Roast & Ground Coffee 250g: £3 (was £4.19) @Tesco
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Costa Roast & Ground Coffee 250g: £3 (was £4.19) @Tesco

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Found 23rd Mar 2014
I missed the deal when it was in Morrison's the other week. Happy to see Tesco step in.

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Description:
Rainforest Alliance Certified
Packaged in a protective atmosphere. As recommended by Costa
Medium roast - 3
Suitable for cafetieres & filters
A rich tasting, full flavour blend with intense aroma that has been lovingly created with Costa expertise
Our rich tasting and full flavoured roast & ground provides the perfect cup of coffee. Don't miss the subtle caramel tones that are released within the intense aroma and full bodied flavour!
Costa for coffee lovers
Costa at home At Costa, we know about great coffee. We've used our coffee shop knowledge and barista expertise to lovingly create this perfect blend for you. We've also made it available in bags, perfect to refill this tin! For optimum coffee shop freshness clean tin before refilling.

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Original Poster

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Edited by: "Relievo" 23rd Mar 2014

bought some of this for a fiver thinking it was instant, hope it's worth it when my cafetiere arrives!

Original Poster

Naralie

bought some of this for a fiver thinking it was instant, hope it's worth … bought some of this for a fiver thinking it was instant, hope it's worth it when my cafetiere arrives!


French Presses are fab! I just have a bog-standard one... are the Bodum versions much different?

Be
en this price for about 2 months or so, bought some in jan. Its not bad.

Have bought this in B&M before for £1.50, so this is not a great deal.

Who would have thought expensive Swiss coffee was so popular.
Hope you enjoy it whilst you fill in your tax return.
I am sure their accountants do while they avoid paying any UK tax.

PS All Taylors coffee are 2 for £5 at Waitrose [227g], order through mysupermarket.com and get an extra 70p per pack [maximum 2 of each flavour] making them £1-80. Quality is great and quite a selection, plus free delivery from Waitrose when you spend just £50.
Edited by: "PaulBearHull" 23rd Mar 2014

PaulBearHull

Who would have thought expensive Swiss coffee was so popular.Hope you … Who would have thought expensive Swiss coffee was so popular.Hope you enjoy it whilst you fill in your tax return.I am sure their accountants do while they avoid paying any UK tax.PS All Taylors coffee are 2 for £5 at Waitrose [227g], order through mysupermarket.com and get an extra 70p per pack [maximum 2 of each flavour] making them £1-80. Quality is great and quite a selection, plus free delivery from Waitrose when you spend just £50.



I don't know about other people, but buying something like this so that I can make coffee that tastes like costa at work/home, stops me spending £3 a day on a cup of what is essentially hot milk and a bit of coffee, and feeds my costa addiction at the same time. so ultimately, it's still less money going to their accountants :P

Naralie

I don't know about other people, but buying something like this so that I … I don't know about other people, but buying something like this so that I can make coffee that tastes like costa at work/home, stops me spending £3 a day on a cup of what is essentially hot milk and a bit of coffee, and feeds my costa addiction at the same time. so ultimately, it's still less money going to their accountants :P



What machine do you use to get that coffee shop taste? Proper Italian Espresso machines are very expensive and making it with something else and it just does not taste the same?

Original Poster

I must confess, all the coffees from my cafetiere taste kinda the same
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