Check out Aldi Pro Natur which is under £1 (80 or 90p) - used it for hot chocolate and it was decent. https://www.facebook.com/AldiUK/videos/aldi-oat-milk/173824357242349/
Usually have dates into next year last ones I had were 2021 dates
Thanks heat added and ordered (y)
Its the foamable type, if its not of factor to you then its certainly not a good deal. Otherwise its not too bad.
How is this a good deal it baffles me? £1.77 per/1l Lidl selling organic Oat milk with a few ingredients for £0.85 and it tastes great. I make tea with it and it stirs in perfectly .You can't see any crumbs like in some low quality Oat milks. I guess it's because Lidl doesn't deliver.
Thanks so such for this info (y) . Just managed to cancel the order. They did not even ask why.
They last as long as you want them too but they are perishable goods (like most foodstuffs) and slowly going stale all the time although freezing will delay the process (but not 'refresh' already stale beans of course.) If you don't mind (or even enjoy) old beans then this is a great deal for you :) (and no not taking the mick)
No davidoff no suk it off
Thanks for letting people know. (y)
Posted 2nd Apr 2018Posted 2nd Apr 2018
Hario Skerton Hand Coffee Grinder with free roasted coffee beans and free delivery. RRP £45.40 for £25.44 at Tchibo Coffee£25.44
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