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Lavazza Espresso Coffee Beans £3.00 per 250g @ Asda
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Really nice beans these, picked up six packs this morning from Asda, work out cheaper this way than buying a kilo online, Amazon around £16 a kilo at the moment, this works out at … Read more
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I prefer them of the 2, if doubtful just order smaller pack and try,
Obviously grind will need adjusting to taste.
fearona24 m ago

Much better …Much better herehttps://www.discountcoffee.co.uk/products/rio-espresso-oro-coffee-beans-4-x-1-kiloRio Espresso Oro Coffee Beans (4x1kg) Italian Roast Coffee £25.69 Free next day del over £50


Thanks for the input Much cheaper certainly. Why do you think much better?
Murtin16 h, 15 m ago

This is what I buy for my bean to cup machine - Lavazza super crema - …This is what I buy for my bean to cup machine - Lavazza super crema - currently £55.50 for 6kg. What do you experts reckon? Any advances on better espresso beans at similar prices?https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0058H2T86/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=AWAWABS15CDB6&psc=1



Much better here
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Rio Espresso Oro Coffee Beans (4x1kg) Italian Roast Coffee £25.69
Free next day del over £50
This is what I buy for my bean to cup machine - Lavazza super crema - currently £55.50 for 6kg. What do you experts reckon? Any advances on better espresso beans at similar prices?

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Heat for the price, but having tried them, not sure why they are so expensive for a meh bean. For the same price Waitrose own beans are really good, and the Tesco finest are also pretty nice, especially the Sumatra ones.
Delonghi ECAM 23.120.B Reduced to £242.99 Using Code THANKS10 @ Delonghi
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I have been on the hunt for a coffee machine and was close to pulling the trigger on the Argos deal for £269 but happy I waited. Get the ECAM 23.120.B for £242.99 using the code TH… Read more
Got the model up when doing their January offer. If is anywhere near as good would recommend.
greencode31st Jan

How easy is it to clean? I only have 1-2 coffees a day. The thing that …How easy is it to clean? I only have 1-2 coffees a day. The thing that always puts me off is the amount of time it takes to clean after each use.


I just clean out the coffee tray and spillage tray once a week. In-between just empty the used coffee in a container and put it in your green bin or garden and put the residual water down the sink when it gets full. Just a quick wipe over after each use. Its no big job.
HertzVanRental1st Feb

I use mine only at the weekend, with easily 10 coffees before it tells me …I use mine only at the weekend, with easily 10 coffees before it tells me it's full and requires emptying. However, I just take out the part that contains the grounded coffee beans and then shake it to give extra space for the additional grind - before removing and emptying. Don't leave the ground beans in the machine as it will (relatively) quickly go mouldy.It is, somewhat of a pain to clean as the small particles of coffee grind that don't go into the collector go over the surrounding surfaces when it's removed for cleaning - not too much of an issue to clean though as the majority go into the collector. I then throw the ground beans in the relevant recycling bin, but from memory they are beneficial to be used as a fertilizer on the garden. You will need to descale the machine every so often and I do it approximately every 6 months.Overall, this is the ONE kitchen gadget that changed my life - for the minor negatives, it's brilliant and don't hesitate to get one!


It's one of the biggest problems with these machines, especially for people who don't use the machines everyday. It's far too easy for the grinds to go mouldy, spores of which will get released into the air each time new waste hits the old.

Then again, at least with this machine the waste container is smaller than other machines I've owned, so will be emptied more often.
CloudHeaven1st Feb

Just my opinion guys, definitely get a model with a milk carafe as it will …Just my opinion guys, definitely get a model with a milk carafe as it will automatically froth the milk for you. You press a button and in 45 seconds a lovely latte or cappuccino is there waiting for you. You’ll know I’m right a month or two after buying a model like this


My previous model was a Delonghi with milk carafe. In spite of constantly washing the carafe it always smelt of stale milk. The coffee was never piping hot as the milk was only luke-warm. I have the Lakeland version of this model, and the coffee is piping hot as the milk can be brought practically to the boil. Just my opinion, but good that you are pleased with yours.
I purchased the equivalent model to this from Lakeland last month at almost £50 more than this. (Now discontinued). I have previously had a Delonghi with the auto milk container. The milk container always smelt stale. The coffee from this machine comes out piping hot and not luke warm such as the milk carefe versions. I love the manual side of the milk frothing and I can totally recommend this machine. It looks very classy too in the total black finish.
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Taylor's coffee beans add 4 for free delivery total of 12 packs £22.44 @ Amazon
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Good coffee beans that are a very good price. Sold in packs of 3, so add 4 packs to qualify for free delivery. Work out at £1.87 a pack. Or subscribe and save to get it even cheape… Read more
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davidg_croydon17th Jan

Amazon are clever enough to merge them into one order with a quantity of …Amazon are clever enough to merge them into one order with a quantity of 5, so you’d still need to find 4 other items... tried to do this with some vitamins recently.


I always add multiples of the same items to get 15% s & s never had an issue, as long as you add them individually
I bought some of the lazy Sunday beans, and they were so bad I sent some back to Taylors only to be told that was how they were supposed to be!
Horrible coffee, and the others they sent as testers were just as bad.
ciaozammer24 m ago

Back in stock



Thanks, just bought a couple on S&S. Great deal, op!
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rockydog8 h, 46 m ago

Or place 5 separate orders on subscribe and get 15% off the lot.


rockydog8 h, 46 m ago

Or place 5 separate orders on subscribe and get 15% off the lot.


Amazon are clever enough to merge them into one order with a quantity of 5, so you’d still need to find 4 other items... tried to do this with some vitamins recently.
Taylors of Harrogate Rich Italian Coffee Beans  3 x 227g £5.33 - Amazon - Subscribe and Save
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Coffee. I bought a few of them, bringing the price down to £4.77 £7 per kilo seems pretty good to me. Treat a podiot to a decent cup of coffee, and mock them for their credu… Read more
All coffee'd out here after I purchased about 30 bags of beans on Amazon for very little, then realising I had another 30 on subscribe n save and a week later they turned up. Doh! But 60 1kg bags I think for about £30 wasn't bad. But it's generally only good for espresso or con latte if you have a ninja coffee bar. Anyhoo, for coffee lovers there is also the l'or coffee on Amazon pack of 5 or 6 for £10.20 that's ground, and should you pass a Starbucks their Christmas blend beans are bogof atm. Bit of a coffee fan here! And I've ordered this one to try. 🙈
They also do the Lazy Sunday blend, which I much prefer. amazon.co.uk/dp/…XI/ NB: This link is to ground, not beans.
“Add on item” when I just went to buy 😔
Thanks. Ordered
Very nice coffee, heat!
Nespresso Creatista Coffee Machine, Black by Sage £249.99 @ Amazon
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Fast heat up time; 10 seconds 7 coffee selections to choose from (Espresso, Cappuccino, Latte Macchiato etc.) Available settings: 3 coffee volume settings (from 25 to 150 ml), 4 mi… Read more
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boonkoh6 h, 36 m ago

This is quite expensive for a nespresso machine. Is is much better than …This is quite expensive for a nespresso machine. Is is much better than models in the £100 region?


The espresso that comes out of it will be the same as the cheaper machines. But the milk based drinks are much better than anything made with the aerochino or the lattisima machine. I think it’s worth it if you drink a lot of milk based coffees and it can do flat whites. Steaming wand is fully automatic so no need to raise and lower jug whilst frothing to get correct consistency.
indyjukebox1 h, 47 m ago

What is the benefit of the plus other than a faster heat up? Also the plus …What is the benefit of the plus other than a faster heat up? Also the plus is on sale now at £330 in this link? If so that must be a deal in itself, at a cheaper than BF price?


Metal body around the sides and more milk adjustment settings
eek2 h, 55 m ago

+1 I paid £337 for the plus on Black Friday and it’s worth every single pe …+1 I paid £337 for the plus on Black Friday and it’s worth every single penny - the fact the milk uses a jug that can be washed in seconds is a major winnergtanted this may take 3 times longer to hey you save £8


What is the benefit of the plus other than a faster heat up? Also the plus is on sale now at £330 in this link? If so that must be a deal in itself, at a cheaper than BF price?
refaey42 m ago

This or a beand-to-cup machine?



BEAN 2 CUP Pros:

- Cheaper cost per drink
- Greater selection of different beans
- Completely 'FRESH' coffee... fresh ground (so long as you use machine frequently... old unground beans do go stale too!)
- Best 'real' barista experience

CREATISTA Pros:

- Less moving parts == less maintenance / servicing
- Top of the range but costs far less than top of the range B2C machine
- Much easier to clean
- Much faster to make coffee when you include grinding & cleanup time of B2C

SUMMARY:

- Buy Bean 2 Cup if you drink many coffees per day, want the barista experience, or want cheaper cost per cup
- Buy Creatista if you want the partial barista experience, or faster cleanup
This or a beand-to-cup machine?
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Illy Espresso Roasted Coffee Beans/Ground Coffee £4.50 @ Asda
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The following selection of coffee is £4.50 for a 250g tub. Illy Espresso Roasted Coffee Beans Illy Espresso Medium & Dark Roast Ground Coffee Illy Espresso Decaffeinated Groun… Read more
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IL_198118 h, 24 m ago

Yeah climb up the walls if I don't get my morning espresso shot …Yeah climb up the walls if I don't get my morning espresso shot what a useless comment haha! Addicted as in best ready ground espresso, for those that don't grind there own nothing better - I'd rather go without that have a crap tasting espresso.



others would climb up the wall WITH a morning expresso!, personally I prefer a warm ginger and raw honey with lemon in the morning, the body will thank you in the long term.
JustExtreme24 m ago

I started off with one of those grinders with my Gaggia Classic and found …I started off with one of those grinders with my Gaggia Classic and found it didn't really grind finely enough for it. Eventually I saved up and got a stepless on demand Iberital MC2. The difference a decent grinder makes is really unbelievable.



Same here, you can modify it to get a finer grind for a decent espresso machine (there's a few online tutorials) as out of the box its finest setting isn't quite fine enough. However after a year or so, it just kept getting blocked and I got fed up of stripping it down to clean it.....you may have guessed from my other posts that Monsooned Malabar is my favorite coffee bean, but it is a dark roast and very very oily.

They (not sure who "they" are, but they seem to know their stuff!!!) say you should spend more on the grinder than on the machine. I was really lucky and got a Compak K6 (£500 grinder) for £99 on ebay, virtually unused from a guy that was setting up a restaurant that, for personal reasons, only traded for a couple of weeks. He didn't list it in the grinder section of ebay, nor did he state "coffee grinder" in the title, "just Compak K6" in small kitchen appliances, so no one else bid on it. He threw in a stainless steel knockbox draw for £20 as well. Result
JustExtreme21 m ago

Seems a good deal. Do they have a roast date on the packaging? I tend to …Seems a good deal. Do they have a roast date on the packaging? I tend to order from Rave



I've tried Rave's Monsooned Malabar, and was not impressed, they either sent me the wrong coffee or are taking us for mugs and send any old rubbish out. No way in a million years was it MM. Even Whittards was better (and they are a million times better than Lavazza / Illy etc). That said, if I'm ever running low, Waitrose MM beans are pretty good, although not as fresh as from an online roastery.

btw, most roasteries and Whittards will grind the coffee for you to whatever grind you want.
Rich06929th Nov

Try the Delonghi kg79 burr grinder (about £30)-very good for the price, …Try the Delonghi kg79 burr grinder (about £30)-very good for the price, and mine has lasted 2 years already.I find the lavazza rossa just fine enough,(and agree the illy probably is just the right grind too)but my machine (gaggia baby)struggles with the finer Costa espresso.


I started off with one of those grinders with my Gaggia Classic and found it didn't really grind finely enough for it. Eventually I saved up and got a stepless on demand Iberital MC2. The difference a decent grinder makes is really unbelievable.
Taylors of Harrogate Rich Italian Coffee Beans 227g (Pack of 3) £7.50 / £7.13 S&S @ Amazon
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Pack of 3, £2.50 each, not bad! and some other Taylors ones : https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=gbps_img_m-8_95de_135e1211?fst=as:off&rh=n:340834031,p_6:A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&bbn=3… Read more
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heat, bought! i was looking for beans for my new bean to cup machine!!

I chose non rush delivery and got £3 credit to amazon pantry, so this cost me £4.50!
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Taylor's - choice of the pseudo conocessseur
1.49 each at lidl or 1.2kg for 8.99, still at lidl.
Lidl's own brand Bellaroma Coffee Beans.1kg - £8.99
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1kg in a variety of strengths. Found now and again in various branches. Sometimes it's been as long as 4 to 6 months before available. Currently in stock at Chesterfield. Very hit … Read more
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weadlestar18th Nov

Thanks ill give it a try. I've BEAN using Spiller & Tait Signature Blend …Thanks ill give it a try. I've BEAN using Spiller & Tait Signature Blend Coffee Beans for a while they are the best I've found. But cost £15 per kg, a bit less with subscribe and save.link


They're delicious!
Spiller & Tait is the bee's knees! Think you get 10% off your first order on their website too! Spiller & Tait
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ablo11 m ago

I don’t think the business model is to be the cheapest for every product. Y …I don’t think the business model is to be the cheapest for every product. You will need to start shopping at the £1 shop if that’s the aim of your sho


I guess you didn't read this thread carefully, or you would have read my saying,
"I'm open to pay more for something that proves to be arguably better quality, but not simply for a "name"."
hooray.henry18th Nov

How can aan own brand kilo of coffee at 8.99 be a hot deal? Just amother …How can aan own brand kilo of coffee at 8.99 be a hot deal? Just amother thing that the not so cheap Lidl flog?


I don’t think the business model is to be the cheapest for every product. You will need to start shopping at the £1 shop if that’s the aim of your sho
StephenAbut12 h, 34 m ago

I'm making a note to look for it on my next visit. Tbh, I'm a "supermarket …I'm making a note to look for it on my next visit. Tbh, I'm a "supermarket slut", so don't visit any individual supermarket on a regular basis. I'm lucky to have almost every supermarket brand within 10 minutes drive, so find hotukdeals invaluable - especially when I am given helpful tips and suggestions such as yours. Many thanks

Same here, I have Asda, Lidl, Aldi, Tesco, Sainsburys, Waitrose, M&S, Co-op, Masala Bazar and lots of independents all near by. I don't even do a single shop in one I visit multiple on one day. Going to Waitrose today and Lidl.
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Lavazza Coffee Beans £6.99 1kg @ Costco
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Having been caught with the excellent Delonghi Bean to Coffee machine deal been trying out various beans. Picked up these in Costco Southampton they have an auto coupon on them mak… Read more
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scaryprowler2 h, 8 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lavazza-qualita-rossa-coffee-beans-1kg-699-at-costco-from-4th-sept-2778709


Ahh, cheers. I have expired deals filtered out, I wasn't being dim. Apart from not considering that, obv.
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Their Rwanda beans are new in replacing the Guatamala they used to sell. £8.99 a kilo which is a great buy. Notice they are roasted in the UK. So who does it for them? Hmmm
garethsmith7245 m ago

I was in store on the 23rd


No worries, I've always got my eye out for this as its great coffee - the wife and I consume a 1kg bag every 3 weeks between us.
ScroopEgerton1 h, 25 m ago

I couldn't find it... unless you're thinking of this? …I couldn't find it... unless you're thinking of this? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kirkland-signature-jelly-belly-original-gourmet-jelly-beans-18kg-1186-costco-2781327



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Lucaffe Coffee Beans x 1kg bag only £10.28 delivered @ Amazon (prime)
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This coffee is the business and is currently £10.28 delivered @ Amazon.
Just to update: I bought these beans on the back of this deal. Usually, I buy Lavazza or IKEA coffee beans.

These Lucaffe espresso beans are wonderful. Delicious flavour and perfect, thick crema. I recently ran out and picked up some beans from IKEA. They are disgusting. Which is funny, because I used to think they were all right.

....ordered some more Lucaffe espresso beans at full price.
Robust, a bit too much caffeine for me.
The taste would go off before i get through 1kg.
I'm currently liking the Lidl Italian roast beans.

i have a old wooden Holland made hand crank grinder and it's perfect for grinding coffee.
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Aleik2 m ago

Presumably one has to grind these oneself?


Yes, this deal is for beans which need to be ground beforehand - whether in a hand or electric grinder, or in a bean-to-cup machine. I use a Eureka Mignon myself and it does the job just fine.
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Fwiw, I normally collect my Lucaffe beans from The Espresso Shop here in Glasgow, but it just so happens they don't have any in stock and my beans are about to finish, so perfect timing for me at least
Lavazza Qualità Rossa Coffee Beans 1KG £6.99 at Costco from 4th Sept
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Good price for these beans, available in warehouse from 4/9 - 24/9. Stock up!
Bought a bunch at the weekend, great price. However £15.99 for 2*1kg when ordered online, probably worth the £2 when next store is in quite a distance.
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ruthbear2 h, 37 m ago

Cheers - book arrived by email last night.


Just seen your earlier comment, good to see it's been emailed now. I'd received the book by post yesterday.
Cheers - book arrived by email last night.
ruthbear8 h, 29 m ago

Have you got a copy of the offer book yet?


On the Costco website
I dont have a costco membership
50% Off great coffee - That's £8.50 for a Kg of quality coffee beans! (plus £2.99 Delivery)
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I have ordered this coffee for my machine, however, the company stopped selling. They are now back with a full range and some. Great flavour to their coffee and knocks the socks o… Read more
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There's a range of 3 types - same style of packaging, different strengths - pick the one you fancy (I prefer the 5)
driver810th Aug

Before you spend lots of dosh, be sure to try Lidl's ground coffee - …Before you spend lots of dosh, be sure to try Lidl's ground coffee - tastes great to me in both an espresso machine and aeropress (btw, anyone ever seen aeropress discounted, or any generic copies about ?) Also, a cheapie Vietnamese coffee pot makes a great 'espresso'-style shot.

What Lidl one would you recommend?
Ordered, for £2.50 a bag and only £3 for postage it seems pretty good.
Also the owner is a real coffee guy (Guy Wilmot) according to my PayPal.

Does anyone know what the grind is like? I prefer espresso but cannot see any mention online.
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Noeldude4 h, 44 m ago

Cheers bud! Love Algerian coffee but never knew you could order online. …Cheers bud! Love Algerian coffee but never knew you could order online. Like many others I always make sure I make a trip to Old Compton Street whenever I'm in London


I've had some of the best coffee beans ordered online from that store. Well worth a look if you are more of a connesieur!
nevergofull11 h, 29 m ago

The only other coffee company worth looking at is …The only other coffee company worth looking at is http://www.algcoffee.co.uk/ . Stunning coffee, at a higher price.


Cheers bud! Love Algerian coffee but never knew you could order online. Like many others I always make sure I make a trip to Old Compton Street whenever I'm in London
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Taylors of Harrogate Lazy Sunday Coffee Beans 2x 1KG bags £16.99 Amazon Prime
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Prime DEAL. A good price for 2kg of beans. Works out @8.50/kg.
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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
hotukfeels

Yes I enjoy stale bread. What a perfect analogy.



Glad you understood the concept after some help.

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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.
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.
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
Starbucks Fairtrade Espresso Coffee Beans 200G   £3.00 including free latte!! .. bringing the bag of beans down to 75p at Tesco
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Starbucks fair trade coffee beans. These make a decent, relatively strong cup of coffee in the morning. Only a 50p price reduction but take the empty bag to a Starbucks and you get… Read more
normal price ?????

House blend and Colombian Ground Coffee same price

Tesco suggests 50p off but I've never seen it above £3

Ok when its reduced to £2 but it aint the best coffee

keeps wife happy getting a free latte I suppose
too oily, over roasted crap
I also find these too bitter. But good deal for those that like a Latte from Starbucks. (And the taste from these beans)
It's just too strong rather bitter no balance at all
brilliant deal is it just espresso beans ?
Lavazza Qualita Rossa Coffee Beans 1kg, PLUS Get FREE P&P & 5% off on 3+ Purchases £8.54 @  EBAY / ukbusinesssuppliesltd
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Doesn't post to Scottish Highlands
The_Circle

What if I don't live in Colombia?


Lavazza beans aren't roasted in Columbia. There are loads of UK coffee roasters.
Used these guys before through Amazon a few times with no probs, but cheaper on ebay this time by a few quid inc delivery. I get the Lavazza Dek decaf beans as well and mix with the Rossa for a nice low-caffeine option for heavy coffee drinkers like my wife.
Got mine already yesterday! Best before date is 2/2019
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As always we have the snobs and know-it-alls trying to put down a good deal. Heat added. I like this coffee from my bean to cup machine. It tastes good so I have no interest in what the "connoisseurs " say. As someone has said already, Costco stock it but "a", you need to have one locally and "b", it costs 30 quid a year to be a member.
1KG Lavazza Qualita Rossa Coffee Beans £9.50 S&S @ Amazon
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I much prefer beans to ground for freshness but Dunnes have a 3 pack (750g) of Lavazza Rosso ground for £5. I know other supermarkets like Morrisons have this offer periodically as well.

That works out £6.66 per kilo for ground which makes it more attractive to me than £9.50 per kilo for beans.

That said, if you're convinced that pre-roasted beans are worth the premium over vacuum sealed ground then this is a deal for you.
Great price. Wish the Illy ones came in at this price point.
Voted hot - love this coffee. We often get our beans from Amazon or Costco as they are both about the same price. If you have a membership of course!
Why vote cold with no reasoning? If someone knows where to get this cheaper, I'm all ears.
M&S Italian Coffee Beans 227g buy 1get1 half price £2.60 in-store
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Tried these for the first time and they go nicely thru my bean-to-cup delonghi, nice coffee for special price. This will be in-store only but is available until mid April I think,… Read more
Nice, i'll give it a go too.
Thanks OP for posting. I'll pick some up tomorrow
Taylor's lazy Sunday coffee beans £1.50 - ASDA
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Found these in the Aspley ASDA in Huddersfield, not sure if this is national or not...but they are a steal at this price.
None @ £1.50 in Redditch ASDA. This particular one was on offer @ £3
None in my store!
Goose chase!
Very good taste if you like mild coffee
Not in colchester yesterday.
Not giving any kind of indication of the pack size means it's impossible to judge if it's a good deal or not !
Lavazza Rossa coffee beans 250g - £1.80 instore @ ASDA
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Do have a check to see how much it scans through at - I remember last time ASDA had an offer on the Lavazza espresso, it was full price on the shelf but scanned through for £1.50 each
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Has anyone else found this deal?!
Full price here, too
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kris1234

just checked . full price at my local asda.



OK, disappointing - sorry. My local Asda is in Hemel Hempstead.
just checked . full price at my local asda.
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