- Coffee snobs….
Like me, may want to try the kenco Millicano thang, and its actually pretty decent.
Coffee machine is away for a service (not looking forward to the bill @£40/hr +parts) so thought I’d give it a whirl having avoided instant coffee for over a year and its not half bad.Posted 4 years agofervouredimageMember
I imagine it was quite a hard sell for them given that their instant was “supposed” to be the “best” instant anyway.
Is it? I have no idea. I bought on the recommendation of a friend who knows how much I struggle to enjoy instant coffee. I find this brand tolerable, which essentially makes it the best I have tried.Posted 4 years agotrail_ratMember
if i am confronted with not having the facilities to make coffee …. i prefer just to pour ground coffee into a cup add hot water and stir , let it settle till the grind falls out of suspension and then drink.
these occasions have been rare since i got my bodum travel press 😀
the lyons coffee bags are the second most tollerable but ive never been able to find them easily.
Milicano just tasted burnt and chalky to me.Posted 4 years agoprawnyMember
Dowe Egberts espresso is good. Not available everwhere though so we have to make do with the dark roast most of the time, which is tolerable.
As much as a coffee lover as I am, I really cant be bothered to faff with espresso machines in the house. I’ll never make coffee as good as Yorks in brum, so I don’t bother anymore. I’ve got a tassimo for a ground coffee fix. The coffee tastes as good as a filter machine, probably better than starbucks and takes no cleaning.Posted 4 years ago
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