I love a good coffee – and that’s the point … GOOD coffee.

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I have searched for over forty years for a good coffee with very little success.

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What is GOOD coffee?

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Flavour – a strong flavour without being bitter
Aftertaste – a pleasant afertaste is important. Most coffees I have tried either have no aftertaste, they ‘die’ on your tongue as soon as you have swallowed the coffee or they taste bitter afterwards.

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I have tasted coffee in all the coffee shops (Starbucks, Costa, Caffè Nero and so on) and constantly have been disappointed. Do they actually taste the coffee they sell?!

I have searched through all the supermarkets for a decent coffee and, again, been disappointed.

I have tried all sorts of methods of making coffee (perculator, filter, Italian method, Cona, cafetiere and so on) and most of them are a total faff.

[And I dislike anything to do with ‘coffee’ (more like brown water) starting with the letters Nes … ! :-)]

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So, here are my reommendations:

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!. Use a Cafetiere.

The easiest and most effective coffee making method


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2. Use pre-ground coffee.

I many tests, I have not found ANY difference in flavour between pre-ground coffee and grinding my own beans. Coffee should be a drinking pleasure, not a ritual.

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3 . Go to Tescos and buy their French Coffee

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It is BY FAR, the best coffee available in England today. It has a lovely, smooth, strong flavour without ANY bitterness with a long, delicious aftertaste. Superb. Do not hesitate. Get it and try it.

NO other coffee, even from Waitrose or Marks and Spencer or even from private, home-ground coffee shops, comes anywhere NEAR this lovely coffee.

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