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Harris Organic Coffee Beans 1kg $18 / $16.20 Sub & Save (RRP $24) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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These beans are on sale at the moment. $6 off for an on-off purchase - more if you are willing to subscribe. Free delivery for Amazon Prime members. Not much more to say really.

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  • +1

    Any good or do they taste like potatoes?

  • +1

    not good beans..

  • Coles urban culture beans are much better. Special this week at $12/bag.
    https://shop.coles.com.au/a/alexandria/product/coles-urban-c...

  • +1

    Decided to try these beans after buying the nicer bean deals on OzB around the $25-30ish/1kg range. Unfortunately, there is a noticeable difference in quality. You can still make decent milk based drinks with it - but I'd personally cough up the additional $8-10 for freshly roasted beans.

    I've been meaning to try the Aldi beans that everyone raves about too, but just weary of having to go through a 1kg of beans that you don't like if they're not good.

    • Aldi also sell 250g & 500g bags.
      A friend gave me a cup - liked it, so bought a 500g bag @$7.99.

      • Oh, great to know! Will give the 250g bag a try - thanks :)

        • +1

          From memory, limited to 2 varieties in the 250g. Worth trying. But I prefer the Dark - only in 500g or 1kg.
          (I don't drink much coffee, only use a free stove top coffee maker - so it's cost effective.)

          • @the INFIDEL: turkish style!

            • @squidz: That would be nice.
              No, a Moka Pot - making coffee similar to espresso. Good for travelling, which I've been doing.
              Having a cup now☕

        • +1

          Canstar comparison of (supermarket) BRANDED coffee ranked Aldi coffee top.
          Of course, fresh roasted is best!

          • @the INFIDEL: I normally love the Aldi Brazil beans, but the July roasted batch are not the usual quality.

            Saw there is now a September batch.. hopefully better.

            *Aldi roast dates are usually small black font hidden on the sides of the bags in the form of a back to front date. Also, Harris Beans are/ maybe were $15 at Coles this week. Maybe it was last week.

            • @tunzafun001: Thanks again for your coffee advice 👍
              Moved away from Lavazza Mio pods to Aldi coffee. Was wondering where the roast dates are.

    • save your money, freshly roasted is the only way to go. i tried pretty much all of them from the grocery stores (aldi, coles, woolies, etc…) and they are all bad.
      my hunt for a great budget bean is over, it doesn't exist.
      i now only buy freshly roasted locally and use it within a week, and definitely not over 2 weeks.
      I always try to find a great value, but realised why skimp on a few dollars when ur brewing in a machine that is almost $1k

      I guess those grocery store beans would be ok if you aren't making espresso, because it makes no crema.

      • Hmm, I pretty much exclusively drink milk based coffees - I might give the 250g Aldi beans a go, but I think I'm leaning towards your conclusion as well.

        • +1

          I find there are differences but not that excessively if you drink milk based coffees (except macchiato or maybe piccolo).

          Unless you're buying locally like Rickrone, you'd need to buy about 1kg freshly roasted beans to make sense of delivery costs.

          And since it's hard to consume 1kg freshly roasted beans within 2 weeks, they're pretty much the same anyway.

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