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Grandeur Specialty Coffee Blend 1kg - $27 + Delivery (Free with over $50 Spend) @ Grand'Cru Coffee

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Hi OzBargain,

We have our signature specialty blend on special while stocks last. Only available as beans in 1kg bags.

Notes: Cardamom, Salted Caramel, Milk Chocolate, Cherry Ripe
Origins: Colombia, India, Ethiopia, Kenya, Costa Rica
Type: 100% Arabica
Cupping Score: 88
Roast Date: 28 May (aged for 10 days - releasing from 7th June)

A smooth, versatile, full-bodied coffee. With cardamom on the nose, the Grandeur signature blend is loaded with bold caramel sweetness, notes of salted chocolate and rich oak finish. Performs beautifully as both a black coffee and with milk where you will find a sweet, malty cocoa with hints of sea-salt.

Recommended espresso recipe:
Dose: 24g
Time: 30s
Yield: 42g
Temp: 92°C
Ratio: 1.75

While stocks last, not eligible for additional coupon discounts.

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closed Comments

  • +2 votes

    Shipping is $10.50 to Brisbane which really hurts this deal.

    • -2 votes

      Did you want free shipping??

      • +3 votes

        Asking OzB if they want free shipping… haha

        Other coffee deals are ~$20 + shipping, or ~25-30 inc shipping… so I'm inclined to agree with @Hinee

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        Not at all - just full disclosure. As philldo states, various other coffee deals will get you a kg for $30 delivered (and often less). $40/kg is approaching normal retail

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        YES! @honkyb did you want to pay for my shipping to melb?

  • +1 vote

    In relation to the recipe, 24g sounds like an excessive dose. Most 58mm portafilters only take 19-22g I thought? Would 24g even fit without mashing up against the shower screen and causing channelling?

    • +2 votes

      Can't say i'd ever dose more than 22g even if the basket will take it.

    • +1 vote

      We roast primarily for cafes and commercial machines. The important takeaway from the recipe is the ratio, time and temperature rather than the exact dosage size. If your basket is not a suitable size for 24g, then reduce the dose and dial it in from there.

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        So a 48g in the cup double espresso? Sounds like a lot.

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          If you drink a quadruple espresso then it would be 2 x 24g dose at a total of 48g. Each 24g shot is a double.

  • -1 vote

    Not a bargain! You need to go buy a naked portafilter and a triple basket just to get a decent shot by the sounds of it!

    • +1 vote

      Dial in the coffee for a dose that is suitable for your basket. This recipe is what gets ideal results for our espresso machines. Pay more attention to the ratio, extraction time and temperature rather than the exact dosage size.

  •  

    I ordered this back in August. The beans arrived and were roasted 16 days prior to arrival, wasn't impressed.

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      We age and degas our coffee for 10 days before releasing the stock. 16 days is well within the recommended consumption time which starts at 10 days.

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        Considering my beans sat in limbo for two weeks in post, your statement doesn't really add up.