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20-Oz Starbucks Breakfast Blend Ground Coffee (Medium Roast)

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 20-Oz Starbucks Breakfast Blend Medium Roast Ground Coffee for $8.19 - 5% when you check out via Subscribe & Save = $7.78. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+

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If you're new to Starbucks blends, the general rule is that what they call light roast is really a medium. What they call medium is really very dark. And what they call dark is burnt quite a bit.
This is some ridiculous snob wankery.
I've had plenty of great, fresh roasted coffee that I ground at home and I've had pre ground coffee from a bag at the supermarket, and like most people that aren't involved in feeling a false sense of superiority for their sense of taste, I enjoyed both!

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If you're new to Starbucks blends, the general rule is that what they call light roast is really a medium. What they call medium is really very dark. And what they call dark is burnt quite a bit.
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Truth about the roast!

Too bad this isn't whole bean, the flavor of pre-ground doesn't seem to last as long when getting to the end of the bag.

It's a great deal as CCC shows this is the lowest price.
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Quote from ArseneWenger :
If you're new to Starbucks blends, the general rule is that what they call light roast is really a medium. What they call medium is really very dark. And what they call dark is burnt quite a bit.
Agreed, Starbucks over-roasts all their beans.

But if you're concerned about quality and freshness, you'll buy whole beans and grind them yourself each day (beans start to lose freshness once grind, and are quick and easy to grind), and you'll buy from a roaster with a roasted on date so that you'll know when the beans were roasted (coffee is best within a month of roasting, pretty good within 3 months, and goes downhill after that) - which basically rules ground Starbucks from Amazon out (it's pre-ground, no roasted on date, and who knows how long they've been sitting in a warehouse).

But good fresh coffee from a quality roaster is also twice as much, so you have to choose quality vs savings.
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Sell at 5.99 at Kroger this week
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fwiw, I had been doing peets coffee $18 per month subscription for a 16 oz bag and finally felt it wasn't worth it. so this is a good deal for me.
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Sell at 5.99 at Kroger this week
12 ounce bags.
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Well, looks like $8.19 for 20 oz is the regular price at some other retailers as well
Walmart, for example: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Starbu...z/14890026
There's no S&S, of course.
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FYI ground coffee is rancid when you open the bag. You need whole beans in order to have fresh coffee.
This is some ridiculous snob wankery.
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Charbucks.
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Coffee oxidizes in minutes. Not days, not weeks, not months. Ground coffee is essentially destroyed. The flavor compounds are stale.

Anyone who knows the science of coffee is going to tell you the same thing, with no commercial incentive in lying to you. There are scientific studies on the topic.

I never said "buy expensive coffee" or "buy a $200 roaster and grinder." I said ground coffee is stale and rancid. Because to any palate that can discern it -- it is.
Not sure why the thumbs down for stating facts. It's not a crime to be picky about coffee or anything you consume. Pre-ground is fine for cold brew and those who just need caffeine. If you care about the taste of coffee, definitely get it locally roasted and grind it at home. If you eat gas station hot dogs and nachos, I'm sure prepackaged, ground coffee is fine. Whatever floats your boat...
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