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Newest Review: ... and is generally drank through a straw. My first taste of this was lovley, almost like a Baileys but by half way down the cup ... more
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by - written on 07/07/04, updated on 07/07/04 (Very useful, 457 readings)
If you prefer the taste of cafetiére or filter coffee, but hate all the hassle involved with making cafetiére and filter coffee, you need coffee bags. I discovered these little bags of joy thanks to my friends and I have not looked back since. Now I?m not promising you that they make coffee as good as cafetiére or filter coffee. One of my friends swears blind that coffee bags are not as good as cafetiére or filter coffee, but then he has always been a bit stuck up. I personally think they are and either way coffee bags are a million times better than instant coffee. [DISCOVERING ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/04, updated on 23/01/04 (Very useful, 52 readings)
After searching inthe coffee section and not finding any iother catagory but this one, I decided this review had to go here. I'm usually an instant coffee drinker, early mornings are a rush in our house doing the school run and getting breakfast made to make sure everyone goes out of the house with a full stomach. Sometimes it is a lot easier to make a quick cup of instant coffee, just to wake me up and get me into the swing of things for the day. After all the mad noisey panic of the morning, I come home to work on my computer for a few hours, writting reviews, answering my email surveys, checking my webpage is up to date and putting up my lots on ebay. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/02, updated on 08/11/02 (Very useful, 343 readings)
~ ~ The ‘mad cabbie’ made an impulse buy earlier this week. (doesn't happen often; it's my Scots blood) I’d called into the local supermarket on my way home from a shift in the old ‘joe maxi’ as I’d run out of my favourite Kenco coffee that morning, and didn’t fancy an evening of drinking one of the lesser blends of instant coffee (Nescafe and Maxwell House) that were left over in the kitchen cupboard. I recalled reading a recent opinion by Mel, (the ‘cheekychicken’) where she was extolling the merits of a coffee called ‘Carte Noire’, and saying that she and the ‘Deano’ fella ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/01, updated on 21/04/01
Mr. Coffee was one of the original brands of automatic coffee makers in the U.S., and has stayed a leader in the market for years. It seems that many other companies use the Mr. Coffee brand as the prototype for their coffee makers. One thing I particularly like about Mr. Coffee is the variety of types of coffee makers that they offer. There are inexpensive models (about $15 U.S.) that are simply drip coffee makers. That’s it - nothing fancy. Yes, those can have disadvantages, and not be as durable as some of the other models. But as one moves up the ladder of options and cost, there are Mr. Coffee brand coffee makers with water fill window, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/02, updated on 29/08/02 (Very useful, 2905 readings)
I HATE coffee. That hot bitter stuff just makes me shrivel my nose and scrunch up my face. I'm not very fond of tea either. I'll drink hot chocolate but only if I'm REALLY in the mood. You'll probably understand then, my absolute repulsion when I was at university one day and my friends all decided to go to the campus Starbucks (don't ask; our university is even 'sponsored' by Pepsi!) for drinks. I checked out the list of coffee alternatives and decided to go for a vanilla steamer. Steamers are basically warm milk with a few shots of flavoured syrup for flavour. They're fabulous. They're sweet and creamy, but let's face ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Other Coffees
Kenco Purely Colombian - See text of opinion See text of opinion
Tesco Cappuccino - reasonably priced, suitable for vegetarians, easy to understand instructions sachets of chocolate topping difficult to open/save for next one
Nescafe Half Caff - Less caffeine, tastes the same More expensive
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|Nescafe Cafe Menu Latte Macchiato|
Quick and easy to make, creamy, strong without being bitter, nice frothy top
They're not Starbucks!
|Starbucks Discoveries Seattle Latte|
At £1.49 it is highly affordable, easy to drink, tastes delicious!
220ml is slightly small and doesn't last long.
|Starbucks Discoveries Caramel Latte|
Tastes Great and means that you can have your fix anytime!
I am climbing the walls from the caffeine
|1883 de Philibert Routin Coffee Syrups|
Great high quality brand, makes amazing gingerbread lattes, they have loads of other flavours!
A bit expensive and the lack of information on the bottle
|Kruger Latte Macchiato|
Er...can I get back to you on that one lol
Cheap and nasty, made with skimmed milk powder, not enough coffee and sweet and simply blurgh!
|Starbucks House Blend Latin America Roast Ground Coffee|
|Sainsbury's Coffee Bags|
Easy to use, one-size-fits all coffee filters
|Tesco Classic Decaffeinated Coffee|
Nice enough and cheap to buy
Not strong or really rich in my opinion
|Tesco Value Roast & Ground Coffee|
There is none!
|Tesco Classic Rich Roast Instant Coffee|
Cheap, tastes ok
Nowhere near the quality of brands such as Kenco & Nescafe