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8.8-Oz illy Whole Bean 100% Arabica Coffee Can (Classico Medium Roast) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 8.8-Oz illy Whole Bean 100% Arabica Coffee Can (Classico Medium Roast) for $10.99 - 5% off when you checkout via Subscribe & Save - 20% off when you clip the coupon on the product page (Subscribe & Save orders only) - $0.28 off extra savings applied at checkout = $7.96. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+.

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  • Composed of 9 of the finest Arabica coffee sources worldwide, Classico, Medium Roast is our classic roast coffee has a lingering sweetness and delicate notes of caramel, orange blossom and jasmine.
  • World's Most Ethical Coffee: illy caffè was named on Ethisphere's list for the ninth consecutive year, among just a handful of honorees in the beverage industry, highlighting illy's achievement of leading with integrity.
  • 100% Arabica Coffee
  • Unique Pressurized Coffee Packaging

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 8.8-Oz illy Whole Bean 100% Arabica Coffee Can (Classico Medium Roast) for $12.49 - 5% off when you checkout via Subscribe & Save - 20% off when you clip the coupon on the product page (Subscribe & Save orders only) - $2.50 off when you clip the coupon on the product page = $6.87 Now $7.96. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+.
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As I said, it is rare to find a deal on this brand. Whether or not you find this brand a good value for you is completely irrelevant. I like this brand of coffee enough to set a deal alert for it.
Nice. So rare to find a deal on this brand
These cans are nitrogen filled and sealed. There's an audible "woosh" sound when you open one up. This will help keep freshness for sometime.

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Nice. So rare to find a deal on this brand
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Good coffee but I wish the inside edge of the container wasn't razor sharp or I'd buy it and reuse the container to replace the mason jar I currently use to store my coffee beans. I typically keep 6 oz or so in the jar and vacuum seal the rest.
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Anyone knows how usually fresh these are? I'm afraid of getting stale beans
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Illy is so overhyped. Bland coffee without manufacturing date. Btw., these tins are around €6 in Europe, but incredibly overpriced in the US. Brand power is everything, I guess.
It's the same with espresso machines. European brands are being sold in the US for usually 50-100% more than in Europe - and prices in Europe already include sales tax…
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Anyone knows how usually fresh these are? I'm afraid of getting stale beans
I would expect it to be fresh enough. But at $12.46 a pound... I find this a bit pricey.

Also, do you think you would notice the difference between beans that were packaged last week vs beans that were packaged last year. I personally would not notice the difference.

I buy my coffee when I go on vacation. Right now I am sitting on 20lbs of beans from Costa Rica. And before I had about 30lbs of beans from Honduras. I can tell you that the first cup that I had tasted just as good as my last cup (two years later).
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Nice. So rare to find a deal on this brand
$12.46 per pound... how is this a deal?
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$12.46 per pound... how is this a deal?
As I said, it is rare to find a deal on this brand. Whether or not you find this brand a good value for you is completely irrelevant. I like this brand of coffee enough to set a deal alert for it.
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Per Google....The current price of coffee is $17.200 per pound as of October 28, 2022.

Am I the only one who is in sticker shock?
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What in the ham sandwich is this deal?
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Ha, this is the coffee in United airlines uses. Damn commercial runs every hour... It awakened my dad's senses when he had it, guess that's what happens when you come from a Keurig.
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Quote from SlickCrowd6832 :
I would expect it to be fresh enough. But at $12.46 a pound... I find this a bit pricey.

Also, do you think you would notice the difference between beans that were packaged last week vs beans that were packaged last year. I personally would not notice the difference.

I buy my coffee when I go on vacation. Right now I am sitting on 20lbs of beans from Costa Rica. And before I had about 30lbs of beans from Honduras. I can tell you that the first cup that I had tasted just as good as my last cup (two years later).
Well, for espresso I usually try to use as fresh as possible so it makes good crema for lattes. Also, $12/pound is definitely not expensive. Lately, I've been buying $17-$18 for 12oz from local coffee shops/roasters. I'm afraid it's the new normal.
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Illy is so overhyped. Bland coffee without manufacturing date. Btw., these tins are around €6 in Europe, but incredibly overpriced in the US. Brand power is everything, I guess.
It's the same with espresso machines. European brands are being sold in the US for usually 50-100% more than in Europe - and prices in Europe already include sales tax…
If by Europe you primarily mean UK tea is more popula therer so less demand for coffee and lower prices.
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