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Taylors of Harrogate Rich Italian Coffee Bags (Pack of 3, total 30) - £6.00 @ Amazon (Prime) / £10.49 (Non-Prime)
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Taylors of Harrogate Rich Italian Coffee Bags (Pack of 3, total 30) - £6.00 @ Amazon (Prime) / £10.49 (Non-Prime)

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Good price per coffee for Prime members - not tried them yet myself but would be a good alternative for guests rather than spending ages using the grinder and coffee machine when entertaining. I've ordered some at this price, usually £7.30+.
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When I have guests I just put the kettle on and use regular instant coffee. Is that wrong?
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Just buy pre-ground coffee if you're "entertaining".

I tried the Italian roast today. Nice cup but I take mine with sugar and milk.
M0nk3h22/08/2019 23:12

Just buy pre-ground coffee if you're "entertaining".I tried the Italian …Just buy pre-ground coffee if you're "entertaining".I tried the Italian roast today. Nice cup but I take mine with sugar and milk.


Pre-ground is fine but still won't be as fast and convenient as this. 20p a cup isn't bad to be fair, when compared with the beans I normally buy. Only posted as it's almost 20% lower than the usual RRP.

Sugar and milk though, noooo.
When I have guests I just put the kettle on and use regular instant coffee. Is that wrong?
Non recyclable coffee bag sachets. 😩😵 Just not necessary.
Edited by: "almar2012" 23rd Aug
almar201223/08/2019 07:28

Non recyclable coffee bag sachets. 😩😵 Just not necessary.


I'm sure lots of the packaging on lots of the things you buy isn't either, do you still buy it ?
Edited by: "psmith1958" 27th Aug
Tried some a while ago and thought it was unpleasant, rather have a "good" instant if in a hurry or ground in a filter/french press. To be honest, grinding beans takes less time than the kettle takes to boil anyway so it's not really a hassle.
crumpetman23/08/2019 15:26

Tried some a while ago and thought it was unpleasant, rather have a "good" …Tried some a while ago and thought it was unpleasant, rather have a "good" instant if in a hurry or ground in a filter/french press. To be honest, grinding beans takes less time than the kettle takes to boil anyway so it's not really a hassle.


Ah, it was faster for me this way as we've got one of those "instant" boil kettles. I've got an Aeropress but just wanted to see what these were like when on offer. Had one yesterday and it's nothing special - prefer the same blend in the bean form through my De'Longhi. Still, I'm sure the father in law will like it better than Nescafe instant.
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