Advantages No Caffeince, Reasonable Price, Made From Sustainable Coffee Developments
Disadvantages Not As Tasty, Lack Of Aroma.
It is a sad fact of life that I am self confessed caffeine junkie. I live on a combination of Pepsi and coffee, actually, make that I used to live of a combination of Pepsi and coffee because as a resolution, I am giving up caffeine or at least trying hard to.Out went the Gold Blend, out went the Pepsi and in came smoothies, juices and KencoDecaffeinated Coffee Granules.
As a student, I find drinking coffee an incredibly social activity and I would loathe stopping drinking coffee altogether, so, rather than doing that, I opted for switching to decaffeinated coffee. One of my main reasons for opting for Kenco above other brands is that it is served at my university, as I am quite a fussy person with a fussy palate, I decided this was a good enough reason to pick this brand. A further push, if I needed one, was that currently the 100g jar is on offer in Tesco, currently the offer is that Kenco is half price, retailing at £1.37 until 5th February. The usual price is £2.74.
'We believe in a growing better future for coffee. For a coffee made entirely from sustainable grown beans, try Kenco Sustainable Development coffee.www.kencosustainabledevelopment.com'
A Little Speech About Kenco Coffee (Taken from the coffee jar)
This prompted me again to purchase this coffee as I believed I would be buying in accordance with my new found awareness. I have not yet looked on the above website however, (oh dear, maybe not quite off to that good start I intended!).
We've used that expertise to bring you Kenco Decaffeinated, a satisfying coffee that doesn't compromise on taste. Only quality beans go into Kenco Decaffeinated, including high quality Arabica beans, the same as you'll find in our Roast and Ground coffee. We carefully decaffeinate our beans using only natural resources and no artificial additives.For more information call 0808 100 8787
NATURAL SOURCE OF ANTIOXIDANTS
And something I found interesting that I didn't know before now:
Delving into my shopping, I was able to find the coffee jar quite easily; the jar is still made of glass and has a green lid top. Opening the jar is easy, the shaped lid gave me a good grip and I am sure that my Granddad would have been able to open this with ease, as he has problems with his grip. The Kenco logo is clearly embossed onto the lid, so, if perchance you have an identical jar and lid and you use them both at the same time, you know which one is for your coffee.
So, I was quite surprised, this coffee seemed to fit in with all my new found ethos and I was beginning to warm immediately to the brand as a whole. I hoped I was not going to be disappointed.
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