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Starbucks 200g coffee beans and FREE tall latte from starbucks. £2.50 @ Tesco
Starbucks 200g coffee beans and FREE tall latte from starbucks. £2.50 @ Tesco

Starbucks 200g coffee beans and FREE tall latte from starbucks. £2.50 @ Tesco

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Purchase Starbucks espresso roast coffee beans 100% Arabica dark from tesco for £2.50 and receive free Tall latte from Starbucks cafe.

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Spam

This was on martins money tips email earlier in the week

dodgymix

Spam



No it isn't. Picked up 2 bags yesterday. You need to present the empty bags at Starbucks within 30 days of the best before date (sometime mid 2015). Very good deal, heat

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its not spam. Got 2 bags myself to drink at home. I will treat the wife to Starbucks next time I'm out shopping

ryanshelton86

This was on martins money tips email earlier in the week




Martin steals deals of hukd and puts them on his emails.. Scum bag never providing thanks

Anyway it's spam

This deals was posted last week

I have 8 empty packets in the cupboard ready for my christmas outing :P Im going to be wired!! BEWARE!

i always keep mine for Airport Starbucks, normally Bristol, once in the departure lounge, saves even more. It used to be a little sticker on the pack, so you could keep them in your wallet.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 11th Dec 2014

Thanks for the post!
The latte promotion is when You present empty packet within 30 days of best before prior to or past that date? Hope someone has figured it out.

Thanks for posting.

It's £3.50 at the mo, there is a 2 for £5 offer on but I expect that it will go back to £2.50 in Jan.

Are these beans any good? Does it taste exactly same as in Starbucks?

Are they best for coffee or cappuccino, latte etc?

Have a bean to cup machine but only really used LavaZa ones so far.

Do we pay any tax on this ? Or can i opt to just not pay it and risk **** all happening? No but really, burn all starbucks.

eldre

Are these beans any good? Does it taste exactly same as in Starbucks?Are … Are these beans any good? Does it taste exactly same as in Starbucks?Are they best for coffee or cappuccino, latte etc?Have a bean to cup machine but only really used LavaZa ones so far.



Yes, I buy these for the bean to cup machine at work and it's all good. The Espresso blend that I think has the free drink on it is quite strong, so we turn down the bean count on the machine first!

eldre

Are these beans any good? Does it taste exactly same as in Starbucks?Are … Are these beans any good? Does it taste exactly same as in Starbucks?Are they best for coffee or cappuccino, latte etc?Have a bean to cup machine but only really used LavaZa ones so far.


It good value for me with the free Tall Latte, but otherwise no.
Stick with Lavazza.
Lidl's Gold Roast Ground Coffee is basically Lavazza unbranded too, at £3.49 for 500g (normal UK coffee pack sizes are 227g, some 200g, one or two such as Lavazza 250g.
Its Lidl's little secret bargain.
Lidl must do beans as well, but I have a feeling those are the branded Lavazza ones, i.e they sell Lavazza too.
And for people with Pods!, just get a cafetierre , pods are just more profits, from wasteful plastic 'use one' packaging. Though, you do need a system to keep things clean with a cafetierre, in terms of the used coffee.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 12th Dec 2014

Not the best coffee beans, got two packs and really don't like it (caramel flavour added? ) - tesco own brand beans are much better. Ikea selling really good beans for 1,99

Excellent!

bartnik

Not the best coffee beans, got two packs and really don't like it … Not the best coffee beans, got two packs and really don't like it (caramel flavour added? ) - tesco own brand beans are much better. Ikea selling really good beans for 1,99



I wasn't that impressed with the Ikea beans, got some last week. Quite weak flavour but good value at 1.99 nonetheless!

Do you need a machine to use these? *Massive Coffee Amateur alert*

Either a coffee grinder (hand or electric) or a bean-to-cup machine.

These are coffee beans and not ground coffee that you can use in something like a cafetiere.

Banned

Stale, no thanks

Hot deal! Although, I've bought a few packs of coffee beans from Starbucks before, and each pack was over-roasted / burnt.

are these available in Asda. I dont have a tesco near me.

Purchased two to try, have some heat!

this still available. Been buying the ground regularly.
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