Advantages taste, packaging, Rainforest Alliance certified
Disadvantages fiddly reseal strip
I love a good cup of coffee in the morning when I wake up. It is the first thing I drink in the morning and I usually have another one or two cups a day depending on what I am doing. In my first year of university I opted for cheap coffee and sacrificed the taste. Now that I am getting older (and the study nights longer) I much prefer to splash out a bit more cash for a nicer tasting caffeine fix!
The packaging is quite attractive and is red and orange with a picture of a jar of coffee on the front. There is a large green banner across the top telling you that the pack is an eco refill. The actual bag is made from a type of plastic and is fully recyclable. There is a resealable strip at the top of the bag to keep your coffee fresh. The only problem with this is that the strip can be quite fiddly to work. At first it was a bit strange buying my coffee in a bag but I have a coffee jar in the house that I just decant the coffee granules into instead of having the bag next to the kettle.
Currently the eco refill pack will cost you between £3 and £3.50 for the 150g bag. The 200g jar usually costs around £5, which makes the eco refill pack cheaper.
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