Why change a nice coffee to a bad coffee?
Yuk, not even worth a rating. I have been using this for several years but it has now changed from my favourite coffee to a nasty bitter concoction.
Worst Coffee ever!
worst coffee I've ever had from Tesco. Nothing like any type of Kenyan, unless you like burnt, bitter coffee (Kenyan is usually a 'nutty' coffee). If this is their finest then God help Tesco!
Decent Kenyan; No Robusta
Not a prized blueberry variety, but rather exudes sweet orangey notes with tart grapefruit undertones. Note it requires a lengthy extraction time else it tastes sour & astringent.
Just realised it is only strength 2 so won't be buying it after all.
Having drunk my way through half the shelf, finall
Having drunk my way through half the shelf, finally found my regular coffee, really like the fruity undertones and mildness.
Our favourite choice of coffee. Packaging has changed. But taste remain the best.
Used to be 100% arabica on their 'finest brands'
Used to be 100% arabica on their 'finest brands' but now its junk statements like 100% kenyan. Which means more robusta. Their old own brand was good. This is junk grade coffee and not pure arabica. Used to be the best own brand stuff. Now the worst. stay away. Tesco, bring back the old own brand supplier!
This product has recently changed. the Kenyan tha
This product has recently changed. the Kenyan that was stocked for year until a few months ago was far superior. This is just OK, as are all the other coffees at this price range.
Review from tesco.com
I always bought a leading brand and tried Tesco finest I wouldn't change back now I have tried several different ones and each one exceeded for taste flavour and price for the quality. its not like sweeping ups off the floor. fills home with fresh coffee smell. excellent