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15% off Coffee (1kg $48.45) + Free Shipping over $55 @ Allpress Espresso

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"Allpress Espresso are coffee roasters and espresso specialists"

15% off coffee when you order from the Allpress website using the code FRIENDS15

Free shipping on orders over $55 using the code FREESHIPPING.

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  • +14 votes

    For a second I thought this said "AliExpress Espresso" and decided I'd rather eat my own foot.

  • +6 votes

    Nice coffee but $50 a kilo is hardly a bargain.

    • +2 votes

      I disagree with you. It is a bargain for Allpress.

      It would not be a bargain for Vittoria, Manna, Aldi (et al). But coffee is one of those "pay for what you get" things IMHO.

      • -1 vote

        Sure. It's an OK price. $40 delivered is what I'd consider a bargain.

        • -1 vote

          Allpress doesn't compete on price. They don't need to. Sublime coffee.

          $40 delivered for Allpress? You might as well try holding-out for a Ferrari F8 Tributo Spider for $24,990 "driveaway no more to pay" ;-p

          Is everyone just buying coffee beans based on price these days? Some sort of "coffee is coffee" thing, I guess.

          If so, I might ramp-up my home roasting setup while working from home and punch-out 1kg bags for $35 delivered. I can currently source various South American arabica lots for under $12/kg and Indian robusta for under $8/kg.

  • +2 votes

    There are a lot of great coffee bargains around at the moment including great well known roasters and as low as $25/kg with free shipping. $48/kg seems similar or more expensive compared to other good roasters even at normal prices. What makes this a bargain?

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      Seen the prices of their coffee normally? This is literally the first time I've ever seen it discounted.

      $48.45/kg is a bargain for Allpress.

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        No, I haven’t - I thought I was a coffee snob, but I can reliably source very nice beans for under $45/kg even at full retail price, so although I’m curious about the Allpress difference I probably won’t bite.

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          Allpress is a bit like Toby's Estate. They travel the world and directly partner with local growers and the communities in which they live to secure harvests (rather than playing the KC1/KCK20 et al coffee futures market).

          That means growers get a fair price, the workers are treated well, they get reliable supply and we all get a highly-dependable brew (in 15+ years of buying their signature blend, I've never tasted a marked variation). It also means we pay more per kilogram for the finished product.

  • +1 vote

    Op- could you get both codes to work?

    I tried 2kgs (to get over $55) but would only accept one code or the other…