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Amazon.com has the 12 ounce bag of Peet's Italian Roast Whole Bean Coffee for $4.90 with basic Subscribe & Save (or as low as $4.39 with five Subscribe & Save orders).

Peet's Whole Bean Coffee, Italian Roast, Deep Roast, 12-Ounce bag [amazon.com]

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I've had bad luck with amazon and coffee. They always send me coffee that is past the use by date. So is it worth the discount for old coffee. Your decision.
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I've had bad luck with amazon and coffee. They always send me coffee that is past the use by date. So is it worth the discount for old coffee. Your decision.
Good point and good to know. At least when I buy it at Costco, I can see the manuf. date and best by date. Just got 32 oz. of Peet's Major Dickason's over the weekend for $13.99 for 32 oz.. So 43.75 cents per oz isn't too bad.
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italian roast means dark, so you will be tasting more of the roast and less of the bean. definitely not my cup of tea, but personal tastes come into play obviously

i suppose this is possibly good for those that like that (slightly) burned taste and may be suitable for espresso since that's what i-talians drink
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Good point and good to know. At least when I buy it at Costco, I can see the manuf. date and best by date. Just got 32 oz. of Peet's Major Dickason's over the weekend for $13.99 for 32 oz.. So 43.75 cents per oz isn't too bad.
I got that same deal at Sams a few weeks ago. It was roasted in late November though. Bag says its fresh for a few months?
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I got that same deal at Sams a few weeks ago. It was roasted in late November though. Bag says its fresh for a few months?
Yes. The one I just bought was roasted in December 2017 and good until April 2018, I think. Either way, I use it for cold brew and go through a 32 oz. bag in exactly 30 days using about 10 oz. of beans per 20 fl. oz. batch.
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Yes. The one I just bought was roasted in December 2017 and good until April 2018, I think. Either way, I use it for cold brew and go through a 32 oz. bag in exactly 30 days using about 10 oz. of beans per 20 fl. oz. batch.
Does cold brew use that much more coffee per liquid?

According to this -- https://lifehacker.com/make-a-per...1644967428, 3 oz of coffee can make 64 oz of liquid.

Or is that too diluted? Still trying to learn about coffee, just got a new conical burr grinder last week!
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How's that Brazil Minas ground?
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italian roast means dark, so you will be tasting more of the roast and less of the bean. definitely not my cup of tea, but personal tastes come into play obviously

i suppose this is possibly good for those that like that (slightly) burned taste and may be suitable for espresso since that's what i-talians drink
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Good point and good to know. At least when I buy it at Costco, I can see the manuf. date and best by date. Just got 32 oz. of Peet's Major Dickason's over the weekend for $13.99 for 32 oz.. So 43.75 cents per oz isn't too bad.
Costco sells Peet's coffee?
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italian roast means dark, so you will be tasting more of the roast and less of the bean. definitely not my cup of tea, but personal tastes come into play obviously

i suppose this is possibly good for those that like that (slightly) burned taste and may be suitable for espresso since that's what i-talians drink
He's right. Italian roast is burnt to a crisp and for people who enjoy coal, not coffee. All the flavor comes from the roast and roasting something as dark as French or Italian gets rid of all the character of the coffee itself. People just think it's fancy because they have French and Italian in the name. Roasters use their worst beans for extra dark roasts like this because nobody can taste the coffee anyway.
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Thanks Op - bought 5 bags for 4.39 each.
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Grabbed one with Alexa to avoid order minimums
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Don't forget to use the dash button
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