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Taylor’s of Harrogate Hot Lava Java Coffee Bags ( + Others ) - £2 @ Asda
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Taylor’s of Harrogate Hot Lava Java Coffee Bags ( + Others ) - £2 @ Asda

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Posted 7th Sep 2019

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Great for if your not a daily coffee drinker if ya jars sit in the cupboard for a while and go stale! These stay fresh!
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Interesting concept, coffee in a teabag

@MrSwitch some more for the coffee warehouse utility room for you!!
Weirdly, I just asked Google Voice earlier this afternoon "how long can you use coffee beans after their sell by date" (answer: 6-9 months), and it told me you can use instant coffee for up to 20 years afterwards. That can't be right!!

Also, these are not a new concept. Lyons made Coffee Bags way back in the 1990s, I used to take them up to my boyfriend's (at the time) house, as he didn't drink coffee.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 7th Sep 2019
£2 in morrisons too. They released these last year at the latest, but saw an advert for them the other week, picked some of these up and am impressed so far!
These are decent for camping to save taking a French press
My mum used to have coffee bags in the mid eightees, so been around for ages! still heat for these nice coffee😁
same price as this then, but free delivery with prime

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psmith195807/09/2019 20:57

same price as this then, but free delivery with …same price as this then, but free delivery with primehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B072JJLMDT/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


But you still have to pay the prime membership you can just walk in to Asda and get it off the shelf, no membership required
bitcoin507/09/2019 20:15

Interesting concept, coffee in a teabag @MrSwitch some more for …Interesting concept, coffee in a teabag @MrSwitch some more for the coffee warehouse utility room for you!!



thats fine utill *dontflyca*** posts it, by that time it will be premium gold bags, and anything else that is click bait to earn extra £££ on the beta program
ozkerrizo07/09/2019 21:01

But you still have to pay the prime membership you can just walk in to …But you still have to pay the prime membership you can just walk in to Asda and get it off the shelf, no membership required


you can just walk in to Asda and get it off the shelf+ fuel plus im house bound
who does

I get a free month with every misprice or £5 goodwill I think a yrs prime has cost them about £30
Edited by: "psmith1958" 7th Sep 2019
lump07/09/2019 20:24

£2 in morrisons too. They released these last year at the latest, but saw …£2 in morrisons too. They released these last year at the latest, but saw an advert for them the other week, picked some of these up and am impressed so far!



they are pretty good, the Italian coffee ones are good to
Coffee bags are disgusting and the work of the devil. I'm not sure who they're aimed at, but certainly not anyone who actually likes good coffee.
It's a good price to try these OP.
I'm not having a pop on where you can get cheaper....but just letting people know they are the same price in tesco,if that's more convenient for them.
I have tried these and wasn't overly impressed.

Takes longer than the suggested 2 mins to brew and I suggest not brewing in a metal travel mug as the only flavour I really got was hot metal.
rubbish2k07/09/2019 21:55

I have tried these and wasn't overly impressed.Takes longer than the …I have tried these and wasn't overly impressed.Takes longer than the suggested 2 mins to brew and I suggest not brewing in a metal travel mug as the only flavour I really got was hot metal.


I got a ceramic- lined travel mug for that reason (a Bubba one from Asda), but I use these all the time at work when I'm offsite and away from my Aeropress, not bad for the price, I do tend to leave them in for 5-6 minutes (actually I thought that was the guidance for these).
I bought some of the Italian and Java ones to take on holiday. Definitely not as good as the coffee from my bean to cup machine, but good enough as a stop gap for few days.
Just saw the Taylor's advert on Dave (the channel, not the person) and they're suggesting no-one's thought of the idea of coffee bags before. Naughty!
Jesus. Roast 6!!! I have 2 cups of the roast 5 and I’m off my box!! This surly has to be bags of speed!!!!
So I make French press coffee everyday (take it to work in a cup).
They were giving these out a few weeks ago at Liverpool Street Stn so I got a few bags.

To me, it tasted no different to instant coffee. By all means it should be closer to filter coffee taste, but I didn't get that.

Worth a try but filter/ground coffee tastes a lot better so it kinda defeats the point of these I think.
Been using Lyons at work for years. 18 bags/125g/£2.60

The number 4 are pretty good and are a much darker roast, but I have only found them in Waitrose. Need to leave the bags in there for at least 5 mins to get a decent strength.

One in a cup at the moment.
Edited by: "wpj" 8th Sep 2019
Don't stay fresh. It's ground coffee. It was stale by the time the bags were filled and the box sealed.
huddsguy08/09/2019 07:38

Jesus. Roast 6!!! I have 2 cups of the roast 5 and I’m off my box!! This s …Jesus. Roast 6!!! I have 2 cups of the roast 5 and I’m off my box!! This surly has to be bags of speed!!!!


The arbitrary and completely meaningless roast strength on a supermarket packet in no way equates to the amount of caffeine in a particular coffee.
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