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Promoted 06-05-2016 by Discombobulated at 11:49 PM View Original Post
Target.com has 10oz. Cafe La Llave Espresso Brick on sale for $1.99. Shipping is free w/ Target REDcard [Info]. Thanks teckniqz

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  • Amazon.com has 10oz. Cafe La Llave Espresso Brick (Pictured) on sale for $2.44 - 5% Subscribe & Save = $2.32Shipping is free while Subscribe & Save is available. Thanks qwikwit
  • Additionally, Amazon.com also has 20-Count Taylors of Harrogate Earl Grey Black Tea on sale for $2.55 - 5% Subscribe & Save - 20% off coupon found on product page = $1.91. Shipping is free while Subscribe & Save is available.

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Edited June 5, 2016 at 10:51 AM by qwikwit
10oz Cafe La Llave Espresso Brick [amazon.com] $2.32

checkout via subscribe and save (price @ 5%)

20-Count Taylors of Harrogate, Black Tea, Earl Grey Tea [amazon.com] $1.91 (clip 20% coupon)

11oz New England Coffee Chocolate Cappuccino [amazon.com] $3.90 (clip $1 coupon)





also at Target, 10oz Cafe La Llave Espresso Brick [target.com] $1.99 (thanks teckniqz)


random, but these won't last long (so I just threw it in and I hope a few of you get it):

6-Pack of 5.46oz Roland Quinoa, Roasted Garlic [amazon.com] $1.87 (clip 20% coupon) OOS

5oz Jack Link's Turkey Snack Bites, Original [amazon.com] $3.13 OOS
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Target has the coffee la llave on sale for 1.99 as well.
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I prefer La Llave to Bustelo, but i prefer coffee from my homeland of PR or Cuban if i can get my hands on it.
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Quote from pr1nyc1 View Post :
I prefer La Llave to Bustelo, but i prefer coffee from my homeland of PR or Cuban if i can get my hands on it.
I prefer Guatemalan and Peruvian coffee and im not from either one
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or those thinking o trying this for the first time, keep in mind that it is most probably a mix (%?) of Arabica and Robusta. It only says 100% pure coffee and the taste is distinctly different from that of Lavazza or Illy.
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not too great compared to the local prices by me. routinely on sale for 1.75-2 but good filler I suppose
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or those thinking o trying this for the first time, keep in mind that it is most probably a mix (%?) of Arabica and Robusta. It only says 100% pure coffee and the taste is distinctly different from that of Lavazza or Illy.
Not necessarily a bad thing. Italians like robusta because it makes more crema.
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Deal? Regular price is 2.40? 40 cents savings is front page worthy?
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Thanks OP.
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Quote from whenry83 View Post :
Not necessarily a bad thing. Italians like robusta because it makes more crema.
Hondurans hate robusta. No particular reason, they just do. Don't believe me? Go ask them. Call any honduran right now. Just dial 011 + 504 + 2??? ????

Substitute some random numbers for the ? and eventually you'll get a Honduran on the phone. I guarantee the first thing they will tell you is that they simply hate robusta. If you ask why, they will probably hang up on you immediately.


Go ahead and try it right now, you'll see.
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Quote from ockaners View Post :
Deal? Regular price is 2.40? 40 cents savings is front page worthy?
Slow deals weekend. Gotta put something on the front page.
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I have no idea why this is a deal -- it's routinely under $2 at various stores here within 10 blocks of my house . Is it usually that much more expensive in other parts of the country?
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Repped, thanks.
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