The first two tins were so delicious but today I opened a brand new tin and I tipped the first cup out. Ive tried different amounts of coffee and its undrinkable. For an expensive instant coffee its bloody awful. I guess thats why it was on special. Feeling ripped of and Ill not buy Moccona again. Twice bitten.
If you have to resort to instant coffee...
I only drink instant when pushed, so I am constantly looking for that elusive "almost like brewed coffee" taste. As this was on special for $9 (half price) I thought I'd give it a go. I was amazed by how good it is, starting with the aroma, and then the taste. Although it's termed "Rich Espresso" it's smooth, not bitter and has a full-bodied taste when drunk as a flat white. So much better than other instant brand I've tried.
Better then other Moccona instant coffees
Bought this from Woolworths as it was on special at $13 was a bit hesitant to buy but tried it as an espresso shot and its strong but doesn’t have that bitter and acidic taste like other coffees too
PROS: No bitter or acidic aftertaste & tastes good
CONS: Bloody expensive at $18 a tin
This is very, very good
This is an excellent instant coffee. Much, much better than any other instant I’ve had. Better than the ground coffee in sachets which I can never get beyond ‘too weak’. It’s a pantry staple now, for those lazy days when I can’t be bothered to use the pods and froth the milk. But $18 a can is a bit much, so I stock up when it’s on sale.
The only legit full bodied instant coffee!
I've tried this on special half price today. You know that bitter, diffused acidic aftertaste with the Moccona Espresso #10? It's nothing like this. This one has that great coffee taste that just goes round and round and is solid all the way down your throat with that mild coffee aroma (yes, mild). This is so way better than the Moccona in those glass jars. This is a must try. But I won't buy it at full price. $18 for a can is just too expensive for me. :D
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