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10-Oz New England Coffee Medium Roast Ground (Colombian Decaffeinated) EXPIRED

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 10-Oz New England Coffee Medium Roast Ground (Colombian Decaffeinated) for $2.56 > $2.39 > $2.52 when you check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime, or on orders of $25 or more. > Temporarily out of stock but you can still place an order.

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I'm from Colombia and decaf is against my religion.

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nice, got 4 at $2.29 a pop. gonna make great small gifts
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Amazon [amazon.com] has 10-Oz New England Coffee Medium Roast Ground (Colombian Decaffeinated) for $2.56 when you check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free if the from "First Delivery On" menu within S&S is available and by changing it to the later date, w/ Prime, or on orders of $25 or more.

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Seems to be chemical decaf, not water process, if that matters to you...
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I guess for 2 bucks I can make cold brew, even if it is decaf.
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Pass on decaf.
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I'm from Colombia and decaf is against my religion.
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I'm from Colombia and decaf is against my religion.
Yup, this ranks right up there with drinking non alcoholic beer.
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I'm from Colombia and decaf is against my religion.
Right there with you. The only reason I drink coffee is to keep me focused at work after staying up all night. Good price, but I have no use for bitter bean-water that doesn't help me stay awake.
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Ordered four for late night cold brew, which uses massive quantities of beans.
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Ordered four for late night cold brew, which uses massive quantities of beans.
What's your cold brew ratio?
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I don't particularly like the quality of NE but I would try it again at this price if it was caffeinated.
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What's your cold brew ratio?
I like to make it just so I can pour it over a full cup of ice. It varies for taste, but it it will be +-6:1, which is much more concentrated (and wasteful) than the standard 16:1 for hot brew. In addition to taking almost a day to brew, this is why retail cold brews are $5 a cup. So this whole bag of coffee would only make about 10 small cups of 6 oz, not including ice.
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Bought the caffeinated version last time on sale and it is flavorless in my opinion, tossed half a bag. TJ's Joe at $3.49 or $3.99 has better flavor, and TJs Colombian is a step up from that. Had 'em all here at the same time and that was my experience.
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I like to make it just so I can pour it over a full cup of ice. It varies for taste, but it it will be +-6:1, which is much more concentrated (and wasteful) than the standard 16:1 for hot brew. In addition to taking almost a day to brew, this is why retail cold brews are $5 a cup. So this whole bag of coffee would only make about 10 small cups of 6 oz, not including ice.
Grind size is also important with cold brew. If you want a smoother cuppa, go with a coarse grind, and if you want it basically like cold coffee, then go with a smaller grind size. I am not really a coffee snob, so I currently drink Cusa Cold Brew, which is brand new. It's considered the best instant cold brew on the market, and it saves me tons of time. However, I used to brew 4:1 and used a nut bag (actual name because it's also used to make nut milks) using coarse grind and letting it brew at room temp for 18 hours. 4:1 is strong, but I add a large ice cube and splash milk over it.
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