Joey N Joseph
I have recently bought some from E bay, It was great to having this coffee for my breakfast. I also trying Boundi, it also great coffee
Best coffee disappeared from the supermarket shelves
I have been drinking Melitta German Premium Coffee for about 40 years and think it is sujperb. So disappointed that it has become extremly difficult to find - if at all.
Ms J Periaho
Love Meliitta coffee!!
Cannot buy in Australian Coles or Woolworths, tried IGA too no luck! Please tell me where I can buy it?
Is OZ Losing One of the Best Decaf Coffees
I have been using Melitta Decaf Classic for several years. It's so good that when first bought I thought it was regular coffee (thought package was the Blue Mountain range, which has similar colour package). Melitta Decaf Classic has a rich coffee flavour without either bitter or bland taste. Great German coffee!
Don't believe me? There aren't any other reviews on this product review site, but Amazon has plenty (same product in tins there).
Also, I've tried several other decaf brands (popular and gourmet) over the years. With the possible exception of Lavassa, none of the others come close. Most taste bitter without the nutty round richness. The price (at Coles) was also very good at around $5 per 200 gram package (although still 20-30% more than in the US/Canada).
But here's the (apparently) bad news: Melitta Decaf has disappeared from Coles' shelves (and Coles online). Coles and Woolies still carry the Blue Mountain (also excellent) and regular (very good) varieties, but Melitta decaf has gone. Lack of demand? I doubt it! When Coles puts these on sale, the shelves are quickly emptied before i arrive!
Excellent taste, good price
Difficult to find (no longer at Coles?)
Hey! This tastes ok!
Although I would rather drink real coffee, sometimes ya just have to have a decaf! I've tried many, but this one is pretty good. It's a pity that it isn't in all supermarkets. I bought it, I drank it and it was fine! Will try ebay as others have said
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