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Maxwell House Ground Coffee, 32-Ounce $4.26 when ordering S&S with 5 items at Amazon.

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32 ozs of Maxwell House Ground Coffee. This is an Add-On items that ships as part of a Subscribe and Save order. The cost is $4.26 if your S&S order has a total 5 items.

The coffee comes in a 32oz bag

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Dead? I'm showing $6.86.
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Now $6.96
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Wonder how many months or years that has sit on the shelf in a warehouse GROUND? I don't get why people drink mass produced low quality coffee... I guess I didn't get the memo.

I drink coffee from beans I grind that were roasted a day before they were packaged and shipped, and it tastes excellent Black.

Have you ever tasted Starbucks or Folgers etc. Black??? It tastes like trash, there is no secret about it... That's why Starbucks candies up everything with sugar, to disguise their horrible burned coffee.
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Wonder how many months or years that has sit on the shelf in a warehouse GROUND? I don't get why people drink mass produced low quality coffee... I guess I didn't get the memo.

I drink coffee from beans I grind that were roasted a day before they were packaged and shipped, and it tastes excellent Black.

Have you ever tasted Starbucks or Folgers etc. Black??? It tastes like trash, there is no secret about it... That's why Starbucks candies up everything with sugar, to disguise their horrible burned coffee.
Some people don't care, they just want their fix. You of all people should understand this. Unless you're getting your beans locally from someone you know, there's no telling how long your beans have been sitting there either. I mean, I don't buy mass produced coffee myself. However, I understand. This is a drug, and a drug that has many, many, many addicts.
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Wonder how many months or years that has sit on the shelf in a warehouse GROUND? I don't get why people drink mass produced low quality coffee... I guess I didn't get the memo.

I drink coffee from beans I grind that were roasted a day before they were packaged and shipped, and it tastes excellent Black.

Have you ever tasted Starbucks or Folgers etc. Black??? It tastes like trash, there is no secret about it... That's why Starbucks candies up everything with sugar, to disguise their horrible burned coffee.
You seem as bitter as your coffee... Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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Unless you're getting your beans locally from someone you know, there's no telling how long your beans have been sitting there either.
True, but all it takes is a taste test to figure it out. I even compared the beans I get to bulk beans in the store where I can choose whatever I want and fill a bag up. I did that because I want to buy as much as possible locally. The Coffee just doesn't pass the test compared to the brew I get shipped in.
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You seem as bitter as your coffee... Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
Because I have an opinion, or because I point out true facts, or both?
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True, but all it takes is a taste test to figure it out. I even compared the beans I get to bulk beans in the store where I can choose whatever I want and fill a bag up. I did that because I want to buy as much as possible locally. The Coffee just doesn't pass the test compared to the brew I get shipped in.
You should see the iced "coffee" I just got at this place, because I am waiting on beans in the mail. I didn't know iced coffee was supposed to be white like pure creamer
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