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Promoted 10-04-2016 by johnny_miller at 04:49 PM View Original Post
Amazon has 12oz. Caribou Ground Coffee (Costa Rica Light Roast) for $4.48 after 'clipped' 35% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks GiveMeDeals

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Edited October 4, 2016 at 04:18 PM by widgit
Amazon.com has the 12 ounce bags of ground Caribou Coffee in Costa Rica Blend (Medium) for $4.48 after applying the 35% off coupon available on the product page and basic Subscribe & Save (or as low as $3.73 after coupon and five Subscribe & Save orders).

Also available is the Lacuna Blend (Dark Roast) for $4.58 after coupon and basic Subscribe & Save or $3.82 with five Subscribe & Save orders).

Coupon is valid once and only on Subscribe & Save orders.


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#3
Same question as the other coffee thread Will this work in a press. I an worried that maybe it's too fine.
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Same question as the other coffee thread Will this work in a press. I an worried that maybe it's too fine.
Doubt it. I use a French press and grind my beans ultrafine. No issues.
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this is already ground right? Don't have a grinder. also, is this coffee good? what's your favorite of the two??
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The dark roast is very good and works with an electric percolator. Never tried it in a French press, but it's not ground so fine as to go through the filter.
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in for a Costa Rica blend thanks op
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I bought a different flavor than this but of this brand. It said Arabica but the quality of the beans were quite wretched. Maybe it was that particular kind, just forewarning so you don't invest in a case or something before trying
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Quote from alxshanti View Post :
Same question as the other coffee thread Will this work in a press. I an worried that maybe it's too fine.
Why would this not work in a French press? When I grind my coffee for a press, I use the same grind as my electric percolator. As long as it doesn't go through the mesh, it's fine. Adjust steeping time if grind is more coarse. You should be safe with this. Great price. I personally like this coffee, dark roast preferred.
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btw, I'm a Minnesotan, love caribou coffee, punches Starbucks in the dick.
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#11
Says out of stock now.
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I am from Costa Rica and our coffee is one of The best of The world
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oos Frown
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#14
dang OOS except for a couple of darks. For the price range its hard to beat Caribou, miles ahead of Starbucks and Pete's.
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So is this ground or what? Don't have a grinder. Just want to put it in my coffee maker
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