4x480g Fresh Roasted Coffees $59.95 Incl Free Shipping @ Manna Beans

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$59.95 deal includes the following:

1 x 480g Caticon
1 x 480g Colombia Inza Microlot
1 x 480g Brazil Sao Lucas
1 x 480g Lucky Dip

$35 deal includes the following:

1 x 480g Brazil Sao Lucas
1 x 480g Lucky Dip

Price inclusive of shipping anywhere in Australia. Whole Beans Only.

Colombia Inza Microlot

Altitude: 1,750 – 1,850
Varietal: Caturra – Castillo
Processing: Washed

Sweet chocolate & caramel with a hint of floral notes. Smooth & well balanced body & acidity.

Brazil Sao Lucas

State: Sao Paulo
Region: Alta Mogiana
Altitude: 1,250 masl
Variety: Yellow Catucai
Processing: Natural
Farmers: Flavia and Gabriel Oliveira

Dark caramel sweetness, in a prominent hazelnut aroma & flavour. Extremely clean, with a dry finalisation.

Caticon Blend

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    Perfect timing. Ordered. Hope it arrives before the weekend!

  • +1 vote

    Good timing for maximising sales as yesterdays coffe deal is out of stock lol.

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    What grade are these beans?

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        None really report if the beans are any good.

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          All of our coffee is Specialty grade usually 85 points plus on international cupping scale and all sourced direct trade and with full traceability to the farmers. We also work on inovation whithin this field together with the farmers to improve standards

      • +2 votes

        All coffee beans are graded to an international standard.
        The linked site does not detail the grade of these beans.
        The grade, depending what it is, can assist in determining if this is a good deal or not.

        I had a quick look through the previous deals looking for any reviews of the beans. Plenty of comments about delivery, but I couldn't find anyone saying if this is a quality product or not.

        Even if there were previous reviews, most of the previous deals have been for different beans (location etc.), so those reviews would not be applicable.

        • +1 vote

          Best beans I've ever drunk, especially the Jamocha blend. Never had bad ones from manna though either, single origin or otherwise.

          Currently pouring through a Baratza 270wi and Oscar II setup, which admittedly makes everything taste awesome.

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            @LaTerrible: Thanks.
            I'm not doubting if they make a "good" or "great" coffee, but OP should be able to advise the quality of the beans.

            Single origin is obviously related to the source, but not the assessed quality grading.

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            @LaTerrible:

            Currently pouring through a Baratza 270wi and Oscar II setup

            Yeah man, that'd make Nescafe taste alright! So it is even more important to know that the coffee is great tasting for those on lesser setups.

        • +1 vote

          I have coffees cupping at 91 points international standard set by SCAAA for cupping coffees.

          Although they may be same grade as another cupping at the same score. 1 of these such coffees might cost $17 green and another $300 so often it's the more unique coffees that sell for higher pricing.

          All our coffees are specialty grade but country farm and region will tell a lot about the coffee. Most single origins on our website should have a cupping score available and farm details for you ;)

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      Ordered on Christmas, out of 4 bags only one was really good, the other three were meh. Honestly prefer Central Coast Coffee, never had issues with them.

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    Looking for a gift for some coffee-lovers - would these be a good choice? I don't really drink coffee myself

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    OP do you guys have like a free trial pack you can send out? I'd really like to taste your beans before I plonk down for almost 2kg of beans which will take me 6 months to use…

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    Thanks perfect timing, almost finished my last bag from the previous order!

    What are the chances that lucky dip turns out to be a certain unicorn? It's proven to be very popular in my house.

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      Received my order yesterday!

      Caticorn, amazing :0 Partner was rolling in the floor!

  • +1 vote

    is this any good for Aeropress?

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    Awesome beans. Highly recommended!

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    When do they expiry if I put in fridge or freezer?
    And is it light/medium/dark roast?

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      Don't put roasted coffee beans in a fridge or freezer, it doesnt really make them last longer and if you take the whole lot of beans in and out the moisture from the warmer air will start to condense and they will degrade much quicker.

      Just keep them in the ziplock bag that they will come in, and keep that in a cool dry place.

      The beans should be of good quality for 2-4 weeks after roasting and they start losing their flavour and going stale after that.

      I'm don't think roasted beans really 'expire' and probably would last quite some time if they're kept pretty dry - but yeah the good flavour of them starts to go away after a month.

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        I thought vacuum sealed and put in freezer is the best way.

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        I have found putting the bags in a fridge makes them last longer around 2 months. Keeping them out in the cupboard makes them last a few weeks. Putting them in the freezer kills them, that is the beans won’t work few hours after being removed from the freezer.

        Anyway I keep them in the fridge and add to the grinder as much as I need to use that day. Seal the bag up again removing as much air as possible and put the bag back in the fridge. This system works well for me as I don’t consume the coffee fast enough.

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      depends on coffee! Medium roast or medium dark.
      Light roasts available when specified and selected through normal website listings as requires an individual small batch roast for filter etc

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    What's the roast date on the beans? 2-3 days?

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    Ordered to try out!

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    I have ordered multiple times from them and never have been disappointed with the selection and quality of the beans.

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    Ordered. always great.

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    Orderd a few times. Always great coffee and very speedy delivery

  • +1 vote

    Bought these beans twice before when the same deal was on. I like them but would go for the P&R beans from this deal any day P&R has their 50% off deal on: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/442219

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    Looking to upgrade from capsule coffee and brewing my own. Any recommendations for a cheap but good burr grinder?

    • +1 vote

      Breville BCG820 is OzBargain's favourite budget grinder.

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      Get a hand grinder first. A good one will set you back around $70 and if you use it to death, then upgrade to a Breville BCG820 if you really need it.

      Personally I can't make more than two coffees at a time even when entertaining. So a hand grinder is all I need. BCG820 takes up bench space, needs more maintenance and make a bit of fine dust mess (not terrible compared to other grinders though). Get it if you need to pump multiple coffees out all the time, or are really adverse to hand grinding.

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        Not adverse at all but does it allow for an even grind? Any recommended models?

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          I'm using this one at the moment for the last 3 months:

          https://alternativebrewing.com.au/product/hario-mini-slim-co...

          Works great, use it for 2 to 3 coffees a day. Even grind, might require a "tune" on the dial if you use different beans, but I've found my sweet spot on the grind which is good for nearly all the beans I use. Very easy to use and clean and if portability is important, this does the job nicely.

          Don't forget the $5 off for signing up to AB as well, makes it cheaper. Or try

          Of course, if you have a bigger budget, there are sooo many hand grinders out there to try that look awesome!

  • -1 vote

    No grinded ? I’m not good at grinding lol

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    Try Aldi ….they now have a premium range of two Columbia and Brazil, roasted in Melbourne and here in Adelaide it's as good as the local bean roasters 32-45$kg , Aldi around $12!.

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      I tried Aldi single origin and it was too weak.
      Bin the whole bag. Back to fresh beans

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      I've tried the Aldi beans and they are nothing special. If you aren't into coffee that much they are ok, but I wouldn't serve it to any coffee snob friends!

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      I think the Aldi single origin beans are pretty good. Especially for the price. I use them as my backup and get good results with the Breville Dual Boiler + BCG820. I think they do require a bit more tuning to get good results from, but you can waste a few shots for that price. I do wonder how many people dismiss them based on the brand, also wonder how consistent they are.

  • +1 vote

    I do not claim to be a coffee snob by any means, but I have ordered twice from these guys and the beans are fantastic. I highly recommend these beans over any Colesworth or ALDI selections. The ALDI beans in both the medium and dark roast were ok, much better than Lavazza, but these beans are easily a step or two better. Great value for great beans.

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    Would be interested if decaf was included 😊

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      Can add from website and shipping is free if attached to deal :) Would need to perform an individual small batch roast for you on a Colombian Tambo Swiss Water Decaf! :)

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    what beans would best for cold brew? what characteristics do you look for?

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      Depends what you were hoping to achieve. If adding milk and perhaps sugar the a Brazilian or Colombian may be a good place to start as they have more prominent chocolatey, caramel malty flavours in general.

      If drinking black then the worlds your oyster but I would recommend a light or light medium roast for best results to bring out more sweetness and acidity and unique flavours to the coffees. This is where single origins can get more interesting

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        Thanks. I'm looking for both milk and black - would you recommend this preset pack or am I better off getting specific beans better suited for cold brew (+milk)?

  • +2 votes

    Ordered Mana Beans coffee last year and can vouch for the quality.

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    Just put my order through.

    I have been really enjoying Lavazza Oro from Costco lately though.. haha!

  • +1 vote

    Can absolutely vouch for these beans! these guys are fantastic and I put in 1 or 2kg orders on a ~6-8 week cycle. Works very well and I control the timing of when they arrive rather than be dictated to by some of the subscription services out there.

    Well worth giving it a try!

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    Bought yesterday when do these get shipped?

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    I've just ordered these for the first time as a birthday present to myself. Looking forward to them.

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