Lyons Coffee Bags Reviews
Product Type: Lyons Coffee
Newest Review: ... ground coffee comes in a large circular bag and you use it in a similar way to a tea bag - pour hot water on, bash it about a ... more
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Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
by - written on 25/03/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Price: £2.59 for 18 bags Verdict: Delicious filtered coffee with the flick of a kettle switch! Rival: n/a Where to find: Waitrose Size: Twice the size of a normal teabag; round; the silver box they come in is large with photo's of the coffee bags and a mug of coffee. Calories/ fat : n/a Wrapping: Each coffee bag comes in a large foiled packet for freshness. There is a tearable strip at the side to make it easy to get them out, Description: 'Fresh ground coffee in one-cup bags Ingredients Pure filtered coffee: 30% Rainforest alliance certified Allergies/ Vegetarian? n/a Taste ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I've almost always had instant coffee before now, rather than 'proper' coffee, which is odd, in a way, because I'd never wish to drink instant tea. I'm very fussy about tea, and I've found that the more I've got into coffee, the more fussy I have been about what brand of coffee it is. However, I've never really branched out into the realm of 'real coffee', with its unfamiliar range of equipment and rules of preparation. I saw the Lyons 'fresh ground coffee in one-cup bags' in my local Waitrose. I had read a review of Sainsbury's own 'coffee bags' the week before, and had wanted to try them. Lyons seemed like a good alternative, and they're a well-known brand ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/11 (Very useful, 285 readings)
In the office where I work we operate a coffee club into which we pay money each quarter to cover coffee, tea, biscuits and milk. The person who runs the club likes to make the money stretch as far as possible so as to provide extra biscuits by buying the cheapest (and nastiest) instant coffee on sale, so I've always taken my own coffee bags into work to ensure I got a decent mid-morning drink. Although I wouldn't described myself as an expert on coffee by any stretch of the imagination, I do prefer the real stuff to any of the instant coffees and before I discovered the wonders of Sainsburys Individual Filter Coffee Bags, which I reviewed recently, I always used ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/13 (Useful, 44 readings)
I first tried Lyons coffee bags about 6 years ago - a colleague at work was using them and they smelled great and I was amazed that you could get coffee in a bag like tea bags! Once I'd tried them for myself, I was converted ;-) The fresh ground coffee comes in a large circular bag and you use it in a similar way to a tea bag - pour hot water on, bash it about a bit, let it brew, remove it and add sugar/milk to taste - hey presto, a fresh ground coffee without the faff and mess! Each bag comes individually wrapped to keep it extra fresh and this means they are perfect for people who love fresh coffee but don't drink enough to warrant opening a big ... Read the complete review
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