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    I've invested in a coffee grinder and new press as I'm starting to get into coffee quite a bit now. I don't have too much knowledge of coffee though.

    A search on the internet is scary because there are people who take coffee WAY more seriously than me, with all the pricey equipment they have.

    It's usually Taylor's of Harrogate's coffee I buy at the moment. Where I live at the moment sucks for buying coffee and I'd probably have to resort to online. I'm wanting to know if there's better out there! I've tried some Aldi coffee which is pretty nice too

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    (Original post by jblackmoustache)
    I've invested in a coffee grinder and new press as I'm starting to get into coffee quite a bit now. I don't have too much knowledge of coffee though.

    A search on the internet is scary because there are people who take coffee WAY more seriously than me, with all the pricey equipment they have.

    It's usually Taylor's of Harrogate's coffee I buy at the moment. Where I live at the moment sucks for buying coffee and I'd probably have to resort to online. I'm wanting to know if there's better out there! I've tried some Aldi coffee which is pretty nice too

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    Lavazza Rosso is good that's what I use I buy a kilo of beans (about £16 or so) and load up my b2c machine in my office (and I am planning on buying one for home to but they are £1,000 each)
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    I came to the thread to suggest Taylor's of Harrogate as a decent brand you can buy in a supermarket. Atkinsons is a coffee merchant where I live but they seem to do online orders, too: https://www.thecoffeehopper.com/
 
 
 
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