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Old 12 January 2014, 09:48   #11
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Places like Hasbean really need to do one-pot variety packs so you can decide what you like otherwise you never get to try them all.

We've got one down the road in Cirencester- KeithsCoffeeShop - and I've still never made it past supermarket/cornershop brands as there's so many to try and so much in a pack.
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Try the Percol Black then-and don't do more than one grinding. I'll kickstart you nicely.
Okay, Percuil it is.
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'Cat Poop Coffee' Taste Test: Civet-Digested Beans vs. Starbucks vs. 7-Eleven (VIDEO)

Surely these are the beans for you!!
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It is actually quite nice looking for decent beans. Taylors of Harrogate Lazy Sunday got opened earlier. Very very nice.
Its my fave .. but bugger the grinding kerry on
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Taylors of Harrogate Lazy Sunday got opened earlier.
I opened one yesterday with a "use by date of 09", still tastes superb!
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Hi there mollers , well up to a few yrs ago I had a couple of restaurants and coffee shops in London area before I moved up here , the best bean I found was a called Segafrado Zanetti . yes its cost a few bob more but its very good , you will not find it in the shops or supermarkets only over the internet , but trust me . If you do have a coffee machine at home use it as much as you can because the reason why a coffee shop coffee taste so good the machine does not have water sitting in the pipes and scale builds up and that gives the coffee a burnt taste . good luck any advice feel free
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Cheers T&L

So it's a bag of Percuil river dredgings followed by a bag of Zenyatta Mondatta. I'm on it like a bonnet.
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I'm quite a fan of Percol Black and Beyond.
+1 however my Tesco's has stopped stocking it.

If you like strong coffee, there is a numbering system 1 weakest, 5+ strongest, you pays your money you take your choice.

Creme Gusto is also very nice.
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