Kenco Freeze Dried Decaffeinated Coffee 500 g - £10 (Amazon Prime users)
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Kenco Freeze Dried Decaffeinated Coffee 500 g - £10 (Amazon Prime users)

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Edited by:"cottontop74"Found 10th Dec 2017
Good value for the bulk decaff drinkers out there. Available to Prime users, Subscribe and save is available for £9.50.

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Stevie.Badman6 m ago

Cold - prime only


Hot - prime only (keeps the riffraff out)
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Banned

You could just have hot water....tastes similar

Cold - prime only

Stevie.Badman6 m ago

Cold - prime only


Hot - prime only (keeps the riffraff out)

The subscribe and save offer is a much better deal for me - I'm getting 15% discount

£8.50 rather than £10
Edited by: "solid" 10th Dec 2017

Coffee, without...coffee...? How does this work then

What kind of deal is that? In a shop 200g various choice costs £4

solid1 h, 28 m ago

The subscribe and save offer is a much better deal for me - I'm getting …The subscribe and save offer is a much better deal for me - I'm getting 15% discount£8.50 rather than £10



Unlock extra savings with Subscribe & Save.
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Who buys coffee, doesn't everyone else just nick it from work?

donslibi1 h, 48 m ago

Coffee, without...coffee...? How does this work then


Lol, I used to say the same thing. Then I got the wife pregnant so got some for her. I always have a late bath before bed and I like a hot drink after for some reason.. I always have coffee but tried decaf one day and that's my last coffee of the day now. Never really thought caffeine has any effect on me but do find it easier going to sleep.

And I'm aware that having a coffee just before bed sounds like a bad idea!

Voted hot.
Edited by: "dirty_stan" 11th Dec 2017

T021 h, 18 m ago

Who buys coffee, doesn't everyone else just nick it from work?


nope - only thieves do that

Original Poster

tojaz8 h, 22 m ago

What kind of deal is that? In a shop 200g various choice costs £4


Come on then post the deal !! **waits**
Edited by: "cottontop74" 11th Dec 2017

Decaffeinated, not caffeine free?

This isn't coffee. Freeze dried instant coffee belongs in World War 2 and the 1970s.

DeafCassette1 h, 25 m ago

This isn't coffee. Freeze dried instant coffee belongs in World War 2 and …This isn't coffee. Freeze dried instant coffee belongs in World War 2 and the 1970s.

In the 1970's the concept of paying £3.20 for a cup of coffee would be unbelievable.. it almost is today.

greenfinger7 m ago

In the 1970's the concept of paying £3.20 for a cup of coffee would be …In the 1970's the concept of paying £3.20 for a cup of coffee would be unbelievable.. it almost is today.


True, and Costa, Nero, wherever are just as ****.

£3 for a proper bag of ground coffee for your cafetière. Come on people.
Edited by moderator: "removed swear word" 11th Dec 2017

DeafCassette2 h, 17 m ago

True, and Costa, Nero, wherever are just as ****. £3 for a proper bag of …True, and Costa, Nero, wherever are just as ****. £3 for a proper bag of ground coffee for your cafetière. Come on people.


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