NOT MY CUP OF COFFEE
This being only a little more than half the price of the coffees I usually buy, I ordered it entirely out of curiousity to see what was being offered at this price. I expected the worst, and wasn't disappointed. It neither smelt nor tasted anything like coffee should, at least in my experience. The odd cheap coffee i've bought in the past was invariably weak, so I made up my first mug with en extra 33% of grounds (which, of course, means it's not as cheap as it looks). I am quite unable to describe the taste, except to say that, to my palate, it had a distinct nutty element, and was on the sweet side of neutral. The aroma was similar. On sniffing the newly-open packet, I didn't immediately think "Ahh ! Coffee". There is nothing on the packet to indicate bean type, additional constituents or country of origin, except the words "produced in Germany", which I feel to be at best dissimulatory. I'd really have liked to know exactly what I was drinking... I'd never before come across the name Tchibo, but it turns out that it's very big in Germany (see Wikipedia). Lots of people over there must like it, therefore, so possibly you will, too. But it's not my cup of coffee. Back to Taylors.
Lovely scented coffee but it is not strong coffee. Great price
very good and strong flavour
best coffee, its very flavourful and it is one of the strongest coffee nations favourite (Germany). would recommend to try it and see if you like it.