Tasted: Sainsbury’s Fairtrade Original Coffee
By Savvy-shopper Anne.
Sainsbury’s Fairtrade Original coffee beans is one of those products, that I grab every time I’m in Sainsbury’s. It consistently delivers great cup-quality and is always competitively priced.
I’ve just received a nice savvy-shopper touch from Sainsbury’s nectar card. Vouchers with extra points on products that I buy regularly. Sainsbury’s Fairtrade Original coffee beans has just got that bit cheaper for me! Have they got cheaper for you too?
All fresh coffee, beans & ground, should be stored in an inert airtight stoppered jar, never in the fridge. Coffee absorbs smells and moister like blotting paper, so the fridge is a no go for fresh coffee. Freshly ground beans, in most cases, have the edge for aroma and flavour over the ground version. Why? No matter how well a packet of ground coffee is sealed, it will start to lose aroma and flavour within a few hours. Invest in a coffee grinder and buy the beans.
Want coffee beans that consistently deliver premium cup-quality at an own-brand price? Sainsbury’s Fairtrade Original Coffee Beans delivers just that.
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Ingredients: Coffee Beans
Sainsbury’s Fairtrade Original Coffee Beans
This and the ground version are real savvy-buys; smooth enough to be drunk without milk, and several cups cheaper than the premium-priced brands. Reviewed by Savvy-shopper Anne
Sainsbury’s Fairtrade Original Ground Coffee
This and the bean version are real savvy-buys; smooth enough to be drunk without milk, and several cups cheaper than the premium-priced brands. Reviewed by Savvy-shopper Anne