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250g of ground or whole bean coffee for £1 @ (See post for details)
Found 20 h, 24 m agoFound 20 h, 24 m ago
Introductory offer from Bean-to-Door. £1 for the first order. Set the frequency to 100 days and cancel after the first one arrives, unless you are intending to continue the subscri… Read more
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Thank you! Getting through the coffee alright!


I thought it was a super fast service, I was going to place an order haha Congratulations on the new baby, you'll need more coffee (cheeky) Don't apologise, not necessary


No, middle of last week, apologies for not posting but have a new baby


Same here - been with pact for years, but I am finding all their light coffees taste similar. I have to switch from light to dark evry now and then to keep appreciating the taste. Will try these guys and compare - nobody I have found does a great ethiopian, which is usually my favourite when I can find a fruity one!

Free Beeline Filter Coffee & Coffee Beans
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Free Beeline Filter Coffee & Coffee Beans - send an email to requesting a sample - don’t forget to include your postal address.
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This is one I wouldn't want to abuse as I have no intention of making a bulk order for my office/coffee shop/restaurant which is the service this company offers.

Lavazza Coffee Beans 250g - instore at Waitrose Canary Wharf - £1
LocalLocalFound 4th AprFound 4th Apr
In store only, 250g for £1 is a bargain. Normal 1KG bag is £14, from Costco about £8-9 so £4 per KG is an absolute steal. Can't confirm if Nationwide though.

Full price in Cardiff thanks for the heads up though


Best coffee deal I have ever seen! - nowhere near a Waitrose. Arrrrgggghhhh


Worth checking later, I was told of this deal on Friday by friend, but only checked myself today - so looks like it isn't limited.


Sold out - just popped into CW


<3 Nice find!

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Hario Skerton Hand Coffee Grinder with free roasted coffee beans and free delivery. RRP £45.40 for £25.44 at Tchibo Coffee
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Just ordered this and thought it was worth a share. Great reviews for this grinder which has RRP £40. Admittedly Amazon have just dropped to £26 to price match this but the free be… Read more

I also have one of these and the hard work soon outshone the novelty / good-feeling factor. I just buy ready ground now.


I'd also recommend the delonghi grinder, but not if you have an espresso machine, as it doesn't grind fine enough. I use an aeropress, moka or a drippler (Chemex) for which it's perfect for. As others have said, the Hario is just too much like hard work, although very satisfying.


I liked the De'Longhi KG79, but unfortunately it was a little temperamental.


Can you recommend a good quality electronic grinder pls?


Snap! Have since moved on to a bean to cup machine, completing the circle of life :D

De'Longhi Caffe Corso ESAM2600 Decent bean to cup coffee machine. - £189 @ AO
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
De'Longhi Caffe Corso ESAM2600 Bean to Cup Coffee Machine - Black
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I agree! I don't mean a physical pain, I mean a pain as in an annoyance or nuisance.


Some beans have more oil than others. I find drier ones are less likely to stick. (Sainsbury's own brand brand beans, both red and silver bag (traditional blend) & black and silver bag (espresso blend) version work nicely, taste good and are Fair Trade.)


Anyone manage to make a decent latte with this? Not sure if it's just me but I'm slightly nearer "microfoam" without the steam wand. Photo is my best effort by far after 50+ attempts and still nothing like. These things matter. I mean I'm making them for myself with nobody else in the house, but...


I have had this machine a couple of years now, gone through kilos of coffee which I find cheapest and best at Costco. it is the mutts nuts for superb coffee. Buy it, a life changer. (y)


Got one three years ago. Very happy with it. Easy to clean.

Ocado - Lavazza Rossa Coffee Beans  1kg - £2
Found 2nd MarFound 2nd Mar
1kg of Lavazza Rossa Coffee Beans for £2!
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My 13 bags also arrived just now. Bargain! Thanks for posting deal.


Wow, 20Kg on the doorstep tonight for 40.00 GBP!!! Great deal!


Oh. Shame that. Mine is due tomorrow morning. I'll update when (if!) it arrives. EDIT: No need to wait until tomorrow, They just cancelled mine...


Got my delivery today. Had a txt this morning to say that the coffee wasn't included :(


My have been subbed by the look of it. I will be getting 4kg of Ocado beans for £6.60. I will be happy with that

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Lavazza Espresso Coffee Beans £3.00 per 250g @ Asda
Found 17th FebFound 17th Feb
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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good deal i switched to this from the rossa bean as i didn't like the taste much no matter how much i tweaked with the settings. But this black pack is great gives me a proper coffee taste which i didn't feel i was getting with the rossa but as others have said all personal choice at the end.


I prefer them of the 2, if doubtful just order smaller pack and try, Obviously grind will need adjusting to taste.


Thanks for the input :) Much cheaper certainly. Why do you think much better?


Much better here 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?

Delonghi ECAM 23.120.B Reduced to £242.99 Using Code THANKS10 @ Delonghi
Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
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

Special offer started 30th March, £45 of free gifts with this model (and £145 with some models that include the milk carafe) 600g of beans, milk frother jug and a twin pack descaler.


Thanks, in stock, code still works and unlike the Co-op ebay deals, they will post to N.Ireland. The dream is this works out cheaper than the £50 a month we're spending on Nespresso, tastes as good and isn't a complete pain to clean


I was going to get a ESAM 4200 for £219 on Amazon but this one has a few more features, is smaller and looks better IMO. Has single tank "rapid boil" as one of the main extra features (basically heats up and cools down much quicker). I've been in the game for a bean to cup since I took my Gaggia apart. No more messing around to make a decent coffee. I have been doing comparisons between a number of machines for around this price for about 48 hours so thanks OP no more OCD. I'm free!


Got the model up when doing their January offer. If is anywhere near as good would recommend.


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.

Taylor's coffee beans add 4 for free delivery total of 12 packs £22.44 @ Amazon
Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
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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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.


Thanks, just bought a couple on S&S. Great deal, op!


Back in stock


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
Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
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. 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
Found 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
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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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.


Metal body around the sides and more milk adjustment settings


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?


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?

Illy Espresso Roasted Coffee Beans/Ground Coffee £4.50 @ Asda
Found 28th Nov 2017Found 28th Nov 2017
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

still available ?


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.


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 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


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.


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
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Pack of 3, £2.50 each, not bad! and some other Taylors ones :,p_6:A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&bbn=3… Read more


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!


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
LocalLocalFound 18th Nov 2017Found 18th Nov 2017
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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They're delicious!


Spiller & Tait is the bee's knees! Think you get 10% off your first order on their website too! Spiller & Tait


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"."


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


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.

Lavazza Coffee Beans £6.99 1kg @ Costco
Found 25th Sep 2017Found 25th Sep 2017
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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Ahh, cheers. I have expired deals filtered out, I wasn't being dim. Apart from not considering that, obv.


needs expiring - finished yest as stated


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


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.


Lucaffe Coffee Beans x 1kg bag only £10.28 delivered @ Amazon (prime)
Found 5th Sep 2017Found 5th Sep 2017
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. :D


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.


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 :D

Lavazza Qualità Rossa Coffee Beans 1KG £6.99 at Costco from 4th Sept
LocalLocalFound 31st Aug 2017Found 31st Aug 2017
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.


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.


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)
Found 9th Aug 2017Found 9th Aug 2017
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)


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.


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!


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 ;)

Taylors of Harrogate Lazy Sunday Coffee Beans 2x 1KG bags £16.99 Amazon Prime
Found 11th Jul 2017Found 11th Jul 2017
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 ;)


Glad you understood the concept after some help.


Yes I enjoy stale bread. What a perfect analogy.


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.


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 :)

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