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Maxwell House Ground Coffee: 30.65-Oz Wake Up Roast EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 30.65oz Maxwell House Wake Up Roast Ground Coffee (Medium) for $4.95 - 5% w/ Subscribe & Save checkout for $4.24 -> Now $4.74. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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  • Amazon.com has 26.8-Oz Maxwell House Master Blend Ground Coffee (Light Roast) for $4.37 - 5% w/ Subscribe & Save checkout - $0.44 automatic discount at checkout = $3.71. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.
  • Amazon.com has 30.6-Oz Maxwell House Ground Coffee (Original Medium Roast) for $4.99 - 5% w/ Subscribe & Save checkout - $0.50 when you 'clip' the coupon on the product page = $4.24. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.
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Amazon [amazon.com] has 30.6-Oz Maxwell House Ground Coffee (Original Medium Roast) for $4.24 when you 'clip' the $0.50 off coupon on the product page and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25 or more. NLA

Amazon [amazon.com] has 30.65-Oz Maxwell House Ground Coffee (Wake Up Roast ) for $4.24 when you 'clip' the $0.46 off coupon on the product page and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25 or more. > now $4.74, coupon is no longer available


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Amazon [amazon.com] has 26.8-Oz Maxwell House Master Blend Ground Coffee (Light Roast) for $3.71 when you check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25 or more.

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Isn't it easier just to run it through a coffee grinder? Or just buy whole bean in the first place?

The reason people buy ground coffee in the first place is for convenience. Not to mess around with an herb grinder.

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Added to post:
30.6-Oz Maxwell House Ground Coffee (Original Medium Roast) for $4.24 w/ $0.50 off coupon
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Great price.
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Good to the last drop.
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For more flavor and just before using in a filtered coffee maker..... run any pre-ground coffee through even a bladed herb grinder that will release more oils. It works every time to rejuvenate any stale taste that develops long before the bottom of the can is reached.

Personally, I can't drink much of this brand without an antacid as a chaser ----acidic coffee is an acquired taste; especially when drinking black with no additives. But, like Folgers, it is cheap.
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Isn't it easier just to run it through a coffee grinder? Or just buy whole bean in the first place?

The reason people buy ground coffee in the first place is for convenience. Not to mess around with an herb grinder.
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Quote from ToolDeals :
For more flavor and just before using in a filtered coffee maker..... run any pre-ground coffee through even a bladed herb grinder that will release more oils. It works every time to rejuvenate any stale taste that develops long before the bottom of the can is reached.

Personally, I can't drink much of this brand without an antacid as a chaser ----acidic coffee is an acquired taste; especially when drinking black with no additives. But, like Folgers, it is cheap.
I like the coarse grounds in reusable k-cups as they leave fewer fines in the bottom of the cup. Also, the grounds dry out more quickly so they don't get super moldy if I don't get them in the compost right away.
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I like the coarse grounds in reusable k-cups as they leave fewer fines in the bottom of the cup. Also, the grounds dry out more quickly so they don't get super moldy if I don't get them in the compost right away.
I use the paper filters in the reusable k-cups for no mud, no matter what grind. And I drink too much coffee for mold to ever have a chance to form... Smilie

The only reason to re-grind ground coffee is the flavor is stronger.... closer to fresh ground beans. Me, I like strong black coffee with no additives, which means the coffee has to stand on it's own merits. From the additives many use, I am not sure they are even tasting the coffee. But, whatever a person likes...
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Cool story below

Was a big Starbucks and Horton guy. Got Maxwell House when Kroger had it clearances fur $2 a few weeks ago. Got the master blend and it's one of my new favorites

Do not be afraid of the "cheap" coffee it may surprise you!!
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Anyone have a recommendation for relatively cheap decaffeinated coffee? The maxwell house is basically 2x as expensive as this deal, and I need to some decaf for later in the day
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Anyone have a recommendation for relatively cheap decaffeinated coffee? The maxwell house is basically 2x as expensive as this deal, and I need to some decaf for later in the day
The recommendation is to pay the few dollars extra to buy something that is more expensive to produce. Either that or drink herbal tea at night.

https://freshcoffeehouse.com/why-is-decaf-more-expensive/
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Quote from R0B0TPIRATE :
Cool story below

Was a big Starbucks and Horton guy. Got Maxwell House when Kroger had it clearances fur $2 a few weeks ago. Got the master blend and it's one of my new favorites

Do not be afraid of the "cheap" coffee it may surprise you!!
my go to cheap great coffee is always been Cafe Bustelo . . . the maxwell has less caffeine but at this price may not be a bad idea to give it a try
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looks like the first deal is no more, but the second one still on
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$6.28 and $4.99 for me. meh.
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