A blend of dark roasted beans, with an authentic continental aroma and flavour. A strong blend with a rich aroma, perfect for those occasions when you want a truly full bodied cup of coffee.
I am a bit of a coffee addict probably drinking a good 8 cups of a coffee a day as such my partner only lets me get the cheap instant coffees as I go through so much of it that it would be too expensive if I always had the good stuff. Each week I buy myself a 'special' coffee to have every now and then throughout the week. I will usually buy a nescafe cafe menu box but this week I decided to try these.
I love plunger coffee with it's rich dark taste, I like the bitter sweetness of plunger style coffee and this reminded me of that. It has so much flavour and is a real strong tasting coffee so you really feel like you have got that coffee hit. The great thing is you get that plunger coffee taste without the plunger coffee mess as everything is contained inside the little bag which is the same as a tea bag.
My 8 bags didn't last me the week as I liked them so much that I had more than 1 a day of these. They are quite expensive for 8 bags but I think it is a good price anyway as I would happily pay the price for these great tasting coffee bags yum!
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