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  • Barista & Co 700g of fresh coffee for £14 delivered (normally £24)

    Barista & Co 700g of fresh coffee for £14 delivered (normally £24)

    Via 40% off MSE Blagged code


    We've brewed up a mugnificent deal with fresh coffee company Barista & Co*, which gets you 700g of beans or ground coffee from £14.39 delivered (normally £23.98). Simply enter the MSE Blagged code TRYME40 at the checkout until 11.59pm on Sun 31 Oct. You can choose between two 350g bags or a larger 1kg bag. Delivery's free and Barista & Co tells us it should take two working days.

    You won't be automatically enrolled into a subscription with this deal, however, you'll receive a £5 coffee voucher which can be redeemed on your first subscription order if you decide to sign up in the future – it's worth noting you'll need to use this by 11.59pm on Fri 31 Dec.

    The blends include:

    • 'Thousand Rhythms' (house darker espresso roast) – with notes of milk chocolate, vanilla and caramel
    • 'Tribal Beat' (house lighter filter roast) – with notes of dark chocolate, blackberry and sweet cherry
    • 'After Party' (house decaf coffee) – with notes of milk chocolate, vanilla and caramel

    If buying the two 350g bags (from £14.39 in total, normally £23.98), you can choose to have your coffee sent in whole beans or espresso, cafatiere or filter form. If you'd prefer the 1kg bag (from £16.79, normally £27.99), you can only get this in whole beans.

    See our Food and Drink discounts page for other deals.

    MSE Jules says:

    Barista & Co says it aims to create great coffee by working honestly, ethically and sustainably with its farmers and factories.

    Popular retailers such as Whittard of Chelsea and Selfridges stock its coffee and the company has a Trust Pilot rating of 4.9 stars out of 410 reviews.

    Is it a good deal?
    I've done some research and found that if you were to purchase the 350g bags, based on a serving of 10g (one tablespoon), it would cost you roughly 20p per cup (normally 34p without the deal). To compare how this stacks up against other fresh coffee brands, when I checked a few supermarket prices on Fri 8 Oct, I found that a similar 'posh' coffee brand (Union) would cost you roughly 28p per cup. A 'standard' brand of ground coffee costs about 10p per cup. 

    Alternatively, if you'd like the bigger bag 1kg bag coffee beans, this would work out cheaper at 17p per cup based on a 10g serving.