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Lavazza Caffe Espresso Beans -  £3 @ Asda
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Lavazza Caffe Espresso Beans - £3 @ Asda

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Posted 27th Jul 2019

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Give em a go!

Also, they have Lavazza decaf ground coffee at £3 too.
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Sorry , cold for me.
Anything over £10 a Kilo is too expensive .
mazzza127/07/2019 16:49

Sorry , cold for me.Anything over £10 a Kilo is too expensive .


You definitely wouldn't like buying good coffee then...
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Sorry , cold for me.
Anything over £10 a Kilo is too expensive .
Hot from me, one of the best supermarket beans. Been this price on and off for ages
mazzza127/07/2019 16:49

Sorry , cold for me.Anything over £10 a Kilo is too expensive .


It’s only about 8p a cup .

The normal lavazza coffee beans are probably some of the best available in the supermarket imo.
Not tried these yet so will give them a try cheers
Edited by: "KL88" 27th Jul 2019
mazzza127/07/2019 16:49

Sorry , cold for me.Anything over £10 a Kilo is too expensive .


If you had to buy it in Kilo bags I might be inclined to agree but for a small bag on the high street this isn't a bad price.
Braw coffee, heat added from me.
johnnystorm27/07/2019 18:29

If you had to buy it in Kilo bags I might be inclined to agree but for a …If you had to buy it in Kilo bags I might be inclined to agree but for a small bag on the high street this isn't a bad price.


I agree. Good price
mazzza127/07/2019 16:49

Sorry , cold for me.Anything over £10 a Kilo is too expensive .


You definitely wouldn't like buying good coffee then...
mazzza127/07/2019 16:49

Sorry , cold for me.Anything over £10 a Kilo is too expensive .



Agreed, I do like my coffee and have tried Lavazza several times in the past. Don't think they taste any better than other stronger/darker style beans. I saw this offer the other day but opted for these instead which are great: groceries.asda.com/pro…725 The difference is 75p/100g (for Asda ordinary price Or £1.20/100g (On offer for the Lavazza).
tobias709827/07/2019 19:56

Agreed, I do like my coffee and have tried Lavazza several times in the …Agreed, I do like my coffee and have tried Lavazza several times in the past. Don't think they taste any better than other stronger/darker style beans. I saw this offer the other day but opted for these instead which are great: https://groceries.asda.com/product/coffee-beans/asda-italian-style-roasted-coffee-beans/1000010349725 The difference is 75p/100g (for Asda ordinary price Or £1.20/100g (On offer for the Lavazza).


Yeah I buy these a lot for the value as I drink a lot of coffee. The difference compared to Lavazza etc is only minor to my taste buds so it's not worth spending the extra. Others may have a better tongue for these things.

I don't think this deal is necessarily cheap - you can get 1KG bags of Lavazza (Red) at places like Costco for £9-£10. Even if we're talking about 250g packs, £3-£3.50 is the going rate anyway.

What makes me laugh is people in this thread trying to act like coffee snobs talking about the 'best coffee at Asda' - please, anything in Asda is standard retail stuff for the masses.
johnnystorm27/07/2019 18:29

If you had to buy it in Kilo bags I might be inclined to agree but for a …If you had to buy it in Kilo bags I might be inclined to agree but for a small bag on the high street this isn't a bad price.


Also they advise to refrigerate the beans in an air tight container and use within 2 weeks so 1kg of coffee beans is a lot to go through for any family in 2 weeks.
Bh201828/07/2019 09:30

Also they advise to refrigerate the beans in an air tight container and …Also they advise to refrigerate the beans in an air tight container and use within 2 weeks so 1kg of coffee beans is a lot to go through for any family in 2 weeks.


Yeah, buying bulk and drinking weeks of stale coffee doesn't sound like such a good idea!

I have read conflicting advice about refrigeration. Some have said that taking the beans in/out of the fridge causes condensation that causes them to go off/mouldy. Who knows who is right?!

In an ideal world I'd get a subscription for something posh but I'd bankrupt myself in the process!
Aldi Alcafe Beans @95p/100g (Columbian or Italian in particular), miss these and miss out.
aldi.co.uk/col…302
Edited by: "blazons" 28th Jul 2019
johnnystorm28/07/2019 11:49

Yeah, buying bulk and drinking weeks of stale coffee doesn't sound like …Yeah, buying bulk and drinking weeks of stale coffee doesn't sound like such a good idea!I have read conflicting advice about refrigeration. Some have said that taking the beans in/out of the fridge causes condensation that causes them to go off/mouldy. Who knows who is right?!In an ideal world I'd get a subscription for something posh but I'd bankrupt myself in the process!



Occasionally I treat myself to nice beans. But I buy the 1KG red Lavazza beans as my staple from Costco. They periodically have an offer that brings them down to £6.99/KG, but even full price is only £8.99/KG.

I use a vacuum container with pump to store them and have no issues with them going stale. I don't store them in the fridge. At 2-3 cups/day for two adults we get through a bag in ~2-3 weeks.

The best option ofcourse is to buy green beans and roast as you use them. But thats a lot of hassle for the amount we drink.

Second best option is vacuum sealed bags. If you look at the bags they tend to have a use by date of a year. So they're obviously fine stored vacuum sealed. In practice the only difference with the 1KG bag's is the 20 second exposure when you open the container to refill the machines hopper. They aren't going to perish in that time.
Edited by: "Mentos" 28th Jul 2019
I was on a coffee tour on holiday and was told that a shady area in a UK kitchen is fine with average room temperature - no need to stick it in the fridge/freezer. It's when it starts to get hot you want to thinking about keeping it a bit cooler. It is true that keeping it in the fridge/freezer will create moisture which is bad for the beans so an airtight container is best. Personally, I stick it in a ceramic storage jar and works fine for me (air-tight ish). I think the vac-seal kind don't make enough difference for me to buy one.

I have tried a lot of coffees - Kona coffee is spectacular but very expensive so a rare treat. Other than that, the Aldi Columbian is good value. I really like the Taylors Lazy Sunday coffee lately and picked up on sale £3 per bag. I wanted to try flavoured coffee but was told of all the sugar/chemicals used to produce it so dropped that thought.

Recommend me coffee! I want to try different types/brands!
This post has been worth posting just to find out about these other Asda and Aldi beans. Thanks!
mazzza127/07/2019 16:49

Sorry , cold for me.Anything over £10 a Kilo is too expensive .


Would not be the same if there were not the usual idiot comments.
Bh201828/07/2019 09:30

Also they advise to refrigerate the beans in an air tight container and …Also they advise to refrigerate the beans in an air tight container and use within 2 weeks so 1kg of coffee beans is a lot to go through for any family in 2 weeks.



DeLonghi for one do a vacuum container, removes the air after each opening of the container my beans last a month and
no problems, though I do keep the whole thing in the fridge.
Do u need a coffee machine for this or can u use it as an88 instant coffee?
blazons28/07/2019 12:16

Aldi Alcafe Beans @95p/100g (Columbian or Italian in particular), miss …Aldi Alcafe Beans @95p/100g (Columbian or Italian in particular), miss these and miss out.https://www.aldi.co.uk/columbian-whole-coffee-beans/p/078748268222302



This is usually my go to as well.. But can recommend the Asda Italian beans, first time I've tried them. Really nice and good value at 75p/100g.
I like the ALDI number 5 beans, not keen on the number 4 or 3. Everyone who shops at ALDI must be the same as all the ALDI stores in my area always have a load of number 3’s & 4’s left with all the number 5’s gone. Don’t know why they don’t pack separate instead of having the 3 flavours equal in each box. If they packed separate they would be able to have more of the favourites out on the shelf.
mazzza127/07/2019 16:49

Sorry , cold for me.Anything over £10 a Kilo is too expensive .


Keep to your cheep and cheerful then I suggest. Ignorance is bliss eh?
Highly recommend Coffelink beans. They ship great coffee at a fair price and often do discount deals. coffeelink.com/
DAZZ200028/07/2019 22:39

Keep to your cheep and cheerful then I suggest. Ignorance is bliss eh? …Keep to your cheep and cheerful then I suggest. Ignorance is bliss eh?


It's a standard case of each to their own - taste and wallet
johnnystorm28/07/2019 11:49

Yeah, buying bulk and drinking weeks of stale coffee doesn't sound like …Yeah, buying bulk and drinking weeks of stale coffee doesn't sound like such a good idea!I have read conflicting advice about refrigeration. Some have said that taking the beans in/out of the fridge causes condensation that causes them to go off/mouldy. Who knows who is right?!In an ideal world I'd get a subscription for something posh but I'd bankrupt myself in the process!


I keep mine in an airtight killer type jar in a cool dry cupboard. Sometimes you have to weed through the snobbery and just do what works for you.
GunMetal28/07/2019 12:43

Recommend me coffee! I want to try different types/brands!


If you want "good" coffee then you won't find it in a supermarket There are loads of roasters around the country. They have a "roasted on" date rather than a use by date, and should be used within a few months of the roasting date. If you buy 1kg you can split it up into smaller sealed airtight bags and freeze them. For anyone serious about coffee there is loads of info available here. It's a slippery expensive slope. Like anything else though, you get what you pay for. I don't have any other vices so don't mind paying for good coffee.
The last beans I got were from Rave and are great.
The stuff in the supermarkets tends to be over roasted and bitter IMHO (generally speaking). If you've never tried the fresh stuff then that's what your taste buds will be used to though.
blazons28/07/2019 12:16

Aldi Alcafe Beans @95p/100g (Columbian or Italian in particular), miss …Aldi Alcafe Beans @95p/100g (Columbian or Italian in particular), miss these and miss out.https://www.aldi.co.uk/columbian-whole-coffee-beans/p/078748268222302


Absolutely agree, the Italian beans are my bean of choice 99% of the time, except every now and again I go to a little local coffee shop near me for a change.
Koma.Toes29/07/2019 17:12

If you want "good" coffee then you won't find it in a supermarket If you want "good" coffee then you won't find it in a supermarket There are loads of roasters around the country. They have a "roasted on" date rather than a use by date, and should be used within a few months of the roasting date. If you buy 1kg you can split it up into smaller sealed airtight bags and freeze them. For anyone serious about coffee there is loads of info available here. It's a slippery expensive slope. Like anything else though, you get what you pay for. I don't have any other vices so don't mind paying for good coffee.The last beans I got were from Rave and are great.The stuff in the supermarkets tends to be over roasted and bitter IMHO (generally speaking). If you've never tried the fresh stuff then that's what your taste buds will be used to though.


Thanks! I will check it out. I splash out on good coffee once in a while
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