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20% off All Coffee Bean Blends from Five Senses


Please note: code blend20 can only be used on the Five Senses website (not redeemable instore), and does not apply to customers with family, friends or any business/industry discounts. To redeem this discount, please enter the code during the checkout process. Expiry: 31 March 2020

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  • Any bought their cleanskin?

    • Yep 2 or 3 times. Definitely noticed a difference between the batches, I reckon one was a single origin, and the one I’m using now is one of their cheaper blends. Still they are all good and it was roasted the day before I received it in the mail

  • +1

    Any deal on filter range?

  • 250g… $15
    20% discount… $12
    Postage… $7.70

    250g for $19.70 is not gonna do it on OzBargain

    • Ouch. Although if you buy by the kilo it's not too bad. Not as good as some other recent deals though.

    • +4

      Once you go Five Senses, you can't go back to others (I've tried). For those of us who got sucked in on that price-error "just pay shipping" non-promo Five Senses honored; this is great.

      • +2

        I'm hooked on their Crompton Rd blend, sucked me I with the same offer

        I've tried some other roasters since and ended up just going back to 5 senses

    • Free pickup available.

  • +1

    If only they had free postage.. $49 for a kg delivered is a bit steep, you can pick up a kg for under $40 from a local cafe

    • A bag of five senses coffee for under $40 /kg? Where? Other than this deal of course

      • Sorry wasn’t referring to these specific beans, I’m yet to try them. I drink ONA coffee which is probably the same quality as these if not better.. $35 a kg from a cafe across the street cause they pass their discount onto their customers. $40-$50+ elsewhere. I’m sure there a cafes that do the same with five senses, I just haven’t come across any that stock it in my area

        • Which cafe? 35 is pretty decent!

        • +2

          I think you're quite lucky, because most cafes I've bought beans from charge normal RRP and usually aren't that fresh either - there isnt a high turnover of retail beans in cafes. I tend to buy online to guarantee freshness. ONA looks like good coffee, if they ever do a deal I would be keen to try them out :)

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