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Marley Coffee, Organic One Love, Ethiopian YirgaCheffe, Espresso Ground Coffee, 8 Ounce, $4.52 AC + 15% S&S @ Amazon

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Marley Coffee, Organic One Love, Ethiopian YirgaCheffe, Ground Coffee, 8 Ounce [amazon.com]
$4.23 AC +15% S&S

1 each, 8 ounce ground coffee
100% Ethiopian yirgacheffe
Medium bodied with fruity, aromatic and winey undertones
Sustainably Grown
ITAL; Kicks for a Cause; Ethically Farmed, Artisan Roasted; USDA Approved; Kosher

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#3
espresso is gone with the wind

Ethiopian YirgaCheffe tastes really good
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Please describe the taste, there are some bad reviews for it. are whole beans much fresher , And last longer? Do they just give extra discounts when they want to move older stock? Because this discount is only on certain flavors
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espresso is gone with the wind

Ethiopian YirgaCheffe tastes really good
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8oz of ground coffee for $4? Pass
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8oz.? Please.
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8oz of ground coffee for $4? Pass
Exactly. Marketing 101.
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Why would anyone buy ground coffee? If taste is of no concern why not just get the cheapest crap you can find at a Walmart or Costco?
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Please describe the taste, there are some bad reviews for it. are whole beans much fresher , And last longer? Do they just give extra discounts when they want to move older stock? Because this discount is only on certain flavors
I can tell you that the ethiopian tastes exactly like a coffee that I had a friend of mine bring from Kenya.
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Looks nice!
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Quote from HirenS85 View Post :
Why would anyone buy ground coffee? If taste is of no concern why not just get the cheapest crap you can find at a Walmart or Costco?
Because ground good quality coffee tastes far better than whole bean mediocre coffee, and not everyone is in the mood to fuss with a grinder when they HAVEN'T HAD THEIR COFFEE YET MadMadMadMad
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Vietnamese coffee is traditionally sold as ground.
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excellent offer
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Because ground good quality coffee tastes far better than whole bean mediocre coffee, and not everyone is in the mood to fuss with a grinder when they HAVEN'T HAD THEIR COFFEE YET MadMadMadMad
But doesn't it mainly depend on freshness, bean preference, and what you consider "good." Fussing with a grinder as you put it takes all of 10 seconds. Once you open that bag the freshness starts dissipating exponentially.
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Quote from Bennysdeals1 View Post :
But doesn't it mainly depend on freshness, bean preference, and what you consider "good." Fussing with a grinder as you put it takes all of 10 seconds. Once you open that bag the freshness starts dissipating exponentially.
while there are certainly preferences, I doubt a majority of selective coffee drinkers would prefer freshly ground Costco beans to Kona beans ground a week ago. And it's hard to understand why (or even how) freshness would dissipate exponentially.
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I can tell you that the ethiopian tastes exactly like a coffee that I had a friend of mine bring from Kenya.
wow that's pretty funny, how about the taste? like or dislike?
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