Just received these today from a mate at work.
Haven't opened any yet but roasted 23 March.
Price looks good for 6x250g bags.
Just wondered if anyone has tried these before I crack them open.
Probably use these as my emergency beans in between my subscription
just a friendly warning to all fellow coffee lovers
I placed and order with coffeebeanshop.co.uk at the end of Jan and through system issues on their end paid twice. As of today (27/03) I have still not received any coffee or refunds even after sending them 3 emails.
Dont risk it there are...
I'm very new to this caper, currently have an aeropress, a couple of moka pots and a cheapish burr grinder. I want to try out a variety of beans and have a decaf and a Sumatra mocha blend from one retailer. Am planning my next purchase and have been looking at 'variety packs' from...
I hope you guys don't mind me posting in here but I've been having a read through and noticed a lot of people have used the coffeebeanshop.co.uk before either as the previous site, the new site or both so it seemed like a good place to gain some feedback. My name's Pete and I'm the...
Had my Gaggia Classic for several months now and have tried a host of fresh coffee grind from a number of the usual suspects.
Generally I favour Mocha's...
But, after a recent purchase from http://www.coffeebeanshopltd.co.uk/
I have to say, in my honest opinion, their
Just to let people know coffee bean shop are changing their website/address the new one is http://www.coffeebeanshopltd.co.uk. I was told that the old one will run alongside the new one for the time being until the change is complete
I've always purchased happy donkey Italian beans (£13.50 delivered for two bags 1kg).
Are there any decent alternatives in terms of value??
I only have milk based drinks and the HD beans taste relatively decent. Just wondered what else people here are using.
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Been lurking for a while so i thought i would join in! Nice to be here!
Just received my first order from Coffeebeanshop
- Santos + Java - Monsoon Malabar - El Fogon -
Any Suggestions as to which bag i should open first???
Looking forward to learning more
I'm not saying there is anything wrong with Hasbean, never had an issue and they have a great variety of coffee.
I would just like to look further than 1 website when deciding on my months coffee order
Any suggestions welcome.
Thanks in advance
After buying a french press and Bodum burr grinder a few ago i have been using supermarket beans and Costa beans which aren't great with the exception of Monsoon Malabar Waitrose beans which i think are very nice.
Even though they cost twice as much with delivery i am considering trying...
This offer from CoffeeBeanShop, an independent roaster based in Kent, has just dropped into my inbox and I thought it would be great to share with you
New August Mega Offer - 25% Off All Orders !!
(Until 28th Of August 2010 - excludes postage)
Visit the CoffeeBeanShop website for full details
We made a special visit, whilst in Cornwall this week, to Figgie Hobbin, run by members of Coffee Forums UK.
Figgie Hobbin, situtated in Stithians (a village near Redruth in Cornwall) is a fine example of a quintessential English tea-room, serving a dazzling array of cakes and slices and easily...
To celebrate the launch of our new website, we are running a competition to win a brand new Rancilio Epoca S1 worth about £1300
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Even though we have a caffeine fuelled weekend ahead of us, I decided to make a coffee this evening from a batch that dropped through my letterbox last week.
The chosen coffee was a Daterra Monte Cristo, roasted by Liz and Dean at CoffeeBeanShop in Kent.
The roast profile was medium and the...
Just the coffee for a snowy winters day - Chocolatey notes, intense flavour but not as floral as the description on the site.
I found this coffee best enjoyed as a French Press, bringing out a little bright acidity at first but settling to leave a decent finish.
This coffee has the oomph to...