50% off Next 3 P&R Home Coffee Deliveries (from $12 for 500g) @ Pablo & Rusty's

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Unfortunately not working on Office subscriptions :(


The subtle murmur of a crisp autumn breeze stirs your slumber whilst the falling golden leaves dance it’s wake…..Beep BEEP BEEP! Yep, then your alarm goes off, unfortunately it’s time to start your day! The heater is no motivation to get out of bed, but knowing your P&R coffee is waiting to be brewed, does the trick!
What to know how? Why not grab your sustainably and ethically sourced coffee via our Subscription Service with 50% off for your first 3 deliveries and wake up to great coffee at home every day!

Use the discount code ‘AUTUMNCOFFEEDELIVERED’ at checkout on your At Home Subscription. Plus Its FREE SHIPPING AUSTRALIA WIDE! (offer ends 30/04/19, 11.59pm AEST. T&Cs apply).


Important information:

All new subscription orders placed will be dispatched within 24-48 business hours (first orders cannot be delayed so be ready for some delicious coffee)

Recurring payments are taken on Tuesdays

Amendments on existing subscriptions must be made by Tuesday 5pm (Sydney time).

Existing recurring orders will be dispatched every Wednesday (depending on your frequency).

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Comments

  •  

    Loving these P&R deals. Such great value!

    • +1 vote

      Yep these deals are awesome.
      I've moved away from the usual ozb roasters (although I did try the most recent badabean one and it tasted like ass) and solely go for these guys now.

      • +2 votes

        Yeah that badabean deal was stale af.

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          I didn't find mine stale (the pour was actually amazing fresh/ very thick and gloupy), it just tasted like ash. the only one salvageable was flair, but only in milk.

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        The Bada Beans are ok, they give a huge amount of crema and taste is pretty good, but P&R still a notch above and cheaper, so will stick with them.

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      Totally!!!

      I find the coffee pretty awesome and fresh. Sure there might be slightly better elsewhere, but not at this price. Thanks P&R

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    Definitely great value although unfortunately their coffee just isn't very good anymore.

  • +3 votes

    I think it's a bit of a dick move to hold a Super Thursday Coffee Tasting Session where they only gave out a "50% off your subscriptions first order" and then a couple of days later do this.

    Was so terribly run btw. Coffee was cold and they refused to make more until it had been emptied. Not very many flavours at all.

    Yes, I'll still upvote because it's a good deal and I'm glad of it.

    But no-one wanted to talk about anything besides the really expensive coffees, I was not allowed to pick up from the warehouse and there was no actual point to being there.

    /rantover

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    I no longer have a ‘promotion code’ section on my account
    I cannot complain had over 12 months of 1/2 price excellent coffee.

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    Can someone detail how do I update this code if I have an existing subscription?
    Thanks!

  • +3 votes

    For freshly roasted beans, this is great value.
    But the quality is sub par, I've tried all three of their 'blends' and they seem to be mixing in some robusta beans, which is just a cheap alternative.

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      What beans do you recommend?

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        What's your budget? Preference?

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          Whats good for under $50 per kg? For lattes? Ive used campos coffee for a while but its around $60 per kilo delivered

          • +2 votes

            @renw: You can try Artificer, Sample Coffee Roasters from Surry.

            Or ONA coffee, Coffee Alchemy from Marrickville.

            For lattes, I remember one of ONA's being quite nice. Can't clearly recall the name of the beans but i think it was The Founder? It truly had a nice strong 'char' and chocolate notes but not distinctively burnt flavour by any means. Really good with milk.

            Their Raspberry candy blend was one of the beans that tasted how it smelled. Pleasant berry aroma throughout.

            Just my thoughts, missing a lot of great places but give them a try.

            • +1 vote

              @FIVEDOLLAR: ONA coffee looks pretty interesting, I will try to order some! The other one, Artificer, doesn't seem to have online ordering.

              (In case you have other suggestions I'm after small packs of beans to use in cappuccino and that ship to Perth).

          • +1 vote

            @renw: www.baybeans.com.au

            Great beans, rosted to order, free courier delivery.

        • +1 vote

          Normal budget. Good flat white is important but must be okay for espresso or long black too. Been using Double Roasters which is nice, then recently tried Fonzie Abbot which is interesting. Wouldn't mind trying some others though.

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    Hi guys just wanted to ask whether anyone here uses P&R coffee grinds for their Nescafe Dolce gusto machines? I have the refillable pods which I use to put ground coffee in. Does anyone know the P&R espresso grind will be better for this use or the filter grind?

  • -1 vote

    How does this work? Do I need to apply the code for my scheduled orders as well or just for the first time when I set up the subscription? Is the next two orders automatically discounted 50%? There seems to be no where else to add the code on scheduled deliveries.

    • -1 vote

      Looks like same for me, can’t see the code being applied for next scheduled dleliveries or anywhere to chuck the code on again. Maybe need to cancel subscription altogether and resubscribe with code PIA