Tesco Classic Rich Roast Instant Coffee Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Coffee
Newest Review: ... in 100, 200 or 300 gram jar sizes, with the larger jar being by far the best value. So what about the coffee? On breaking ... more
by - written on 22/03/11, updated on 22/03/11 (Very useful, 383 readings)
Like many people in this hectic daily life, I'm a self-confessed coffee addict. Not having time to make a great freshly percolated mug of this wondrous bean at any given morning, or afternoon more that matter, a good instant coffee is needed for the cupboard shelves. I usually succumb to the popular and easy choice of Original Nescafe, but with the financial crisis firmly in mind, personal cutbacks are needed so I decided to chose a cheaper, supermarket brand. I went for Tesco's standard granulated coffee equivalent, Classic Rich Roast. --Coffee for the Masses!-- Instant coffee has been around since 1910, where coffee beans are blended, brewed and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/12 (Very useful, 91 readings)
My husband was recently popping to a local branch of Tesco to stock up on some supplies that we needed. One item on the list at the time was a jar of coffee, and the "Tesco Classic Coffee" is the item that he purchased. When I unpacked the shopping and saw the red jar, I felt my heart sink slightly as I seemed to recollect having a disappointing experience with this brand in the past. That said, however, there was no other coffee available in the house at the time, so it was this brand or nothing, in a 'like it or lump it' type of situation..! The packaging for the coffee has been given a small face-lift in recent times, although the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/02/14 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I like to drink coffee at work. I do however object to paying vending machine prices for poor coffee and refuse to pay the price of a jar for one cup on the high street. On that basis (and the fact that there is a Tesco nearby) I have taken to drinking Tesco Rich Roast. It is available in 100, 200 or 300 gram jar sizes, with the larger jar being by far the best value. So what about the coffee? On breaking the seal you get a pleasant and rich aroma, just right to get you in the mood for a coffee. Unlike other reviewers I find that I he resulting cup is (depending on the batch) somewhere between drinkable and actually quite nice. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/12 (Very useful, 87 readings)
Coffee for me is a must especially first thing in the morning, at the weekends I often do filter coffee but during the week its plain old instant, recently we've been using Tesco Classic Rich Roast Coffee. It costs £2.75 for a 300g jar, its also available in de-caff if that's what you prefer. The coffee is sold in a glass jar with a simple screw top lid, the label has recently had a bit of a face lift and shows a background of coffee beans with a red label which shows the Tesco logo and informs the customer that this is Classic Rich Roast Coffee. The back of the label gives all the usual information you would expect to find on this type of product ... Read the complete review
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