Taylors of Harrogate Lazy Sunday Coffee Beans 2x 1KG bags £16.99 Amazon Prime
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Taylors of Harrogate Lazy Sunday Coffee Beans 2x 1KG bags £16.99 Amazon Prime

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Found 11th Jul 2017
Prime DEAL.

A good price for 2kg of beans. Works out @8.50/kg.
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THANK YOU !!!

The first useful Amazon Prime post in a very long time .

I could hug you.

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zizzles

THANK YOU !!!The first useful Amazon Prime post in a very long time .I … THANK YOU !!!The first useful Amazon Prime post in a very long time .I could hug you.



I pop out of the woodwork every now and then glad it helped.
Good price for those beans, so heat (obviously!) - never really liked them though, and they were on the C4 ultimate food programme a couple of weeks ago, and didn't fare well there either.
Holdsworth

Good price for those beans, so heat (obviously!) - never really liked … Good price for those beans, so heat (obviously!) - never really liked them though, and they were on the C4 ultimate food programme a couple of weeks ago, and didn't fare well there either.



I watched that too; I was surprised how popular the beans are. I find you need to grind a little more than normal to get the taste just right. I wouldn't pay full price
Free delivery to Ireland too. I wasn't expecting that.
Lazy Sunday it's not good name for a coffee. Why this one is so expensive?
It would take me forever to drink that much coffee but good price
Sliwka

Lazy Sunday it's not good name for a coffee. Why this one is so expensive?


You wouldn't understand
2x 1KG beans, probably roasted 6 months ago, will sit in your cupboard for another 3 months and will taste nothing like fresh coffee.

Order some Rave Coffee (from Amazon), should have been roasted a few weeks ago, will taste fresh and is a much nicer cup!

That said, voted hot for price alone, especially if you share the second bag with someone else.
The_Hoff

2x 1KG beans, probably roasted 6 months ago, will sit in your cupboard … 2x 1KG beans, probably roasted 6 months ago, will sit in your cupboard for another 3 months and will taste nothing like fresh coffee.Order some Rave Coffee (from Amazon), should have been roasted a few weeks ago, will taste fresh and is a much nicer cup!That said, voted hot for price alone, especially if you share the second bag with someone else.


2kg of beans doesn't last 2 weeks in our house. What are you advocating mate? Roasting your own beans?
hotukfeels

2kg of beans doesn't last 2 weeks in our house. What are you advocating … 2kg of beans doesn't last 2 weeks in our house. What are you advocating mate? Roasting your own beans?



That your coffee won't be as fresh as it should be.

Do you also enjoy stale bread? I tend to buy that as fresh as I can too, it tastes better. Getting 10 stale loaves doesn't make it taste any better, it just means I have more ****ty sandwiches before I can enjoy a fresh one.

YMMV
The_Hoff

2x 1KG beans, probably roasted 6 months ago, will sit in your cupboard … 2x 1KG beans, probably roasted 6 months ago, will sit in your cupboard for another 3 months and will taste nothing like fresh coffee.Order some Rave Coffee (from Amazon), should have been roasted a few weeks ago, will taste fresh and is a much nicer cup!That said, voted hot for price alone, especially if you share the second bag with someone else.



I live just down the road from Rave. I go down there and get it on the same day that it's roasted. Coffee doesn't come much fresher than that. I'd also recommend giving Rave or any independent coffee roasters a try. You'll definitely taste the difference over beans bought from the supermarket.
The_Hoff

That your coffee won't be as fresh as it should be.Do you also enjoy … That your coffee won't be as fresh as it should be.Do you also enjoy stale bread? I tend to buy that as fresh as I can too, it tastes better. Getting 10 stale loaves doesn't make it taste any better, it just means I have more ****ty sandwiches before I can enjoy a fresh one.YMMV


Yes I enjoy stale bread. What a perfect analogy.
hotukfeels

Yes I enjoy stale bread. What a perfect analogy.



Glad you understood the concept after some help.

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Edited by: "The_Hoff" 11th Jul 2017
Agree with all of the above re buying beans as freshly roasted as possible. I've tried many and had a few subscriptions to coffee bean companies. Not tried Rave so thanks for the tip. These beans are put in my bean to cup machine for when the in-laws visit
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