Lavazza Qualita Rossa Coffee Beans 250g for 91p (Usually £3.65) Tesco Instore
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Lavazza Qualita Rossa Coffee Beans 250g for 91p (Usually £3.65) Tesco Instore

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Found 1st Aug 2015
Epic reduction on quality coffee beans!
Found instore my local Tesco.
If you got a grinder, GET GRINDING!!

29 Comments

Original Poster

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Edited by moderator: "Aug 01, 2015 13:51" 1st Aug 2015

Supermod

Cracking price!!

Which store please?

superhot, usually pleased with 8/kg in costco

Not in mine

Heat for the price, but I'll stick to Fairtrade options.

Six hours old and no one has posted a hilarious picture of a goose yet?

Great price if you can find it in your local store

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Oh go on then....

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But how this got hot without mentioning where it was found is beyond me!
Not a national deal.

sylv

Heat for the price, but I'll stick to Fairtrade options.



you truly are a saint. well done you.

dodgymix

Not in mine



​None there, or full price?

jewpons

you truly are a saint. well done you.



Not all of us have fairs in town. JEEZ.

please share location

Priced up at £3.65 in the stores I went to. I'm guessing they'll ring up on the tills at that price.

Found some of the Dowe Egbert Morning Americano beans.

Also found:

Rogers Estate Coffees Nicaragua beans 227g £1 (only found one pack at my local store)
Rogers Estate Coffees Panama beans 227g £2

Looks like every other deal from Tesco are only in-store now a days

sylv

Heat for the price, but I'll stick to Fairtrade options.



so the farmers can be paid a quid a kilo instead of 99p a kilo.

that's the difference fairtrade makes.

Did you know that to become fiartrade certified, all you have to do is pay a membership fee, there's no checks or anything.

eset12345

so the farmers can be paid a quid a kilo instead of 99p a kilo.that's the … so the farmers can be paid a quid a kilo instead of 99p a kilo.that's the difference fairtrade makes.Did you know that to become fiartrade certified, all you have to do is pay a membership fee, there's no checks or anything.



Tosh

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It ain't a perfect system but you're talking ****.

eset12345

so the farmers can be paid a quid a kilo instead of 99p a kilo.that's the … so the farmers can be paid a quid a kilo instead of 99p a kilo.that's the difference fairtrade makes.Did you know that to become fiartrade certified, all you have to do is pay a membership fee, there's no checks or anything.


That is simply untrue. Latest monitoring report.

If you believe you have evidence to back up your untrue assertion, take it to the media. It would be a prizewinning story for any journalist to reveal that CAFOD, Christian Aid, Oxfam, Traidcraft, Global Justice Now, the National Federation of Women’s Institutes, and the other development charities behind Fairtrade, are involved in a labelling scam.

Fairtrade and the Rainforest Alliance are not the same thing.
Edited by: "sylv" 2nd Aug 2015

eset12345

so the farmers can be paid a quid a kilo instead of 99p a kilo.that's the … so the farmers can be paid a quid a kilo instead of 99p a kilo.that's the difference fairtrade makes.Did you know that to become fiartrade certified, all you have to do is pay a membership fee, there's no checks or anything.



Kudos for pretending to know what you are talking about

Good price for crap coffee I suppose. Lavazza beans are not quality. Get yourself to a local roaster and get something fresh roasted. Your taste buds will thank you.

riskyb

Good price for crap coffee I suppose. Lavazza beans are not quality. Get … Good price for crap coffee I suppose. Lavazza beans are not quality. Get yourself to a local roaster and get something fresh roasted. Your taste buds will thank you.



If not your wallet...

riskyb

Good price for crap coffee I suppose. Lavazza beans are not quality. Get … Good price for crap coffee I suppose. Lavazza beans are not quality. Get yourself to a local roaster and get something fresh roasted. Your taste buds will thank you.


ahahah, you cannot afford the set and that is why you make crap coffee with it. A good pro coffee expresso machine at £2000 and a proper pro grinder £400, these are actually the cheapest you can use for this type of coffee. Not just that, you need to be a pro too to make a coffee, that can always be learned
Edited by: "bobo53" 2nd Aug 2015

Still £3.65 in Bethnal Green store

sylv

That is simply untrue. Latest monitoring report.If you believe you have … That is simply untrue. Latest monitoring report.If you believe you have evidence to back up your untrue assertion, take it to the media. It would be a prizewinning story for any journalist to reveal that CAFOD, Christian Aid, Oxfam, Traidcraft, Global Justice Now, the National Federation of Women’s Institutes, and the other development charities behind Fairtrade, are involved in a labelling scam.Fairtrade and the Rainforest Alliance are not the same thing.



when you've been involved in importing coffee and cacao from the source, come back to me and pretend you know how fairtrade works in reality, and what it takes to become certified and remain certified, its simply cash, nothing more, nothing less.

eset12345

when you've been involved in importing coffee and cacao from the source, … when you've been involved in importing coffee and cacao from the source, come back to me and pretend you know how fairtrade works in reality, and what it takes to become certified and remain certified, its simply cash, nothing more, nothing less.


When you provide some evidence you might be taken seriously.

Can't find in any Tesco at that price, all £3.60. I would have emptied the shelves!

I would order fresh roasted. I honestly won't go back to supermarket coffee.

Wonder if this is store-specific? My local Metro, St Enoch, Glasgow, had Lavazza Espresso coffee beans (black packet) 250g for £1.95 "reduced to clear", along with Twinings 100 x Earl Grey £2.25, and Carte Noire Instinct Wholebean Instant, 95g £2.50. Essentially they are all half price.

I can see the "red" packets of Lavazza, ground and beans, are on their shelves as a New Arrival, including the biggest 1kg pack of beans.

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Edited by: "louiselouise" 8th Aug 2015
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