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[WA] 1kg Coffee Beans x4 for $108 (Pickup at Wangara) @ Brew Coffee Roasters

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4 X 1kg bags of coffee beans for $108 directly from the coffee roaster and only in-store. You can choose any blends so have a mix of different bags. Usually $40 a kilo as single bags.

It is a long time running deal and I have been buying my coffee from this place for years. You won't find it on their website so need to go in.

Unit 13, 9 Inspiration Dr
Wangara, WA, 6065.

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    Coffee deal number 6 for the last 24hrs. Friday eh?

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      Just picked up some coffee and thought I would help them out in these difficult times by making a post for them.

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      Or is this a concerning sign that the wholesale side for these roasters still hasn't picked up even as the states loosen their restrictions.

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        People are making coffee at home now. I am sure a lot of people bought espresso machines because i was one of them

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          So was I actually. Not complaining about these deals - if they can just time them for when I run out of beans it will be perfect.

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            @CheapandUsed: Me 3… although I kind of think my Flair Espresso tasted better and had less waste.

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              @raybies: Which Flair did you have, and what machine did you buy?

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                @caprimulgus: Flair Signature + Hario grinder.
                Breville Barista Express… and the bastards didn't even send me the promotion stuff; it's been 31 days.

                Thank you for applying for entry into the Breville Mother's Day Espresso 2020 Promotion.

                Your claim has been validated.

                Your address details have been sent to our warehouse who will be dispatching your bonus gift within 28 business days from validation.

                Kind regards,

                Breville Pty Limited

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                  @raybies: Ah cool, yeah I have the Flair Signature too. I’m pretty happy with it - I guess I enjoy the ritual of pulling coffee manually. But yeah, would be nice to have both a lever and a semi-auto.

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    This is just wholesale price

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    how does this chaps fare? been a 5 senses fanboi over the last few years, maybe its taime to survey around again give someone a chance?

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    These guys do great coffee, Voodoobrew blend is my daily driver.

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    How many of the 4kg will be stale before you make it into coffee?

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      If it were me, about 3.5kg would go stale. Who is this deal targeted at?

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        I go halves with a friend so we get two bags each which keeps it fresh.

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        I'd say:
        -businesses
        -people who split bulk beans with other people
        -people who freeze beans
        -people who don't care about drinking stale beans (eg. supermarket beans), but want to try something nicer

        4KG is quite a lot. But I have 3KG in the freezer right now, so I wouldn't say it's a ridiculous amount, particularly given you can mix and match 1kg lots.

        But yeah, I definitely wouldn't buy 4kg of beans from a roaster I've never tried before (unless I was splitting it with MULTIPLE people, just to try them)! :)

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    Damn, was actually in there today getting a kilo of Mondo, must have completely missed the signs!

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      No signs up at all - just an ongoing deal that they have for customers but it's kind of funny that they don't advertise it.

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