Sagebrush Gold Label Whole Bean Coffee Bundle: 1lb of Ethiopia Tafachi, 1lb of Guatemala San Vincente Pacaya
Sold by: Wine Country Connect, LLC
Sale Price: $38.99 (Includes Shipping)
List Price: $63.64 (Includes Shipping)
Discount: 39% off List Price
Sagebrush Coffee Ethiopia Tafachi Gold Label, Whole Bean, 16oz Bag
Sagebrush Coffee Guatemala San Vincente Pacaya Gold Label, Whole Bean, 16oz Bag
Hey, Woot! Lawyer-up much? It’s two friggin’ bags of coffee! Or is this something “The State of California has determined?”
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More choices and just a bit less expensive ($38.34) on the roaster’s own site, with free shipping for similar order as offered here. In other words, yet another day of not a “deal” from woot. Perhaps pulling “shenanigans,” though.
You’re looking at the 12 oz ones, for 2 pounds, the woot deal is better.
That note has been on food products for well over 2 years.
Yep, my mistake. Thanks for catching that.
Has anyone tried their Ethiopian roast? One of my favorite cafes is featuring one right now, which has a very strong taste of blueberries that I really enjoy. I’ve sent a few of these out as gifts, might have to order a set for myself!
I have, it’s very fruity.
I just bought a pound of this in Jamaica- $50 in Jamaica. Good coffee though. Not something I generally do because overall I’m a cheap bastard.
What is the roasting date or date range?
Well, I’ll be darned! Thanks for the update! And I haven’t been checking with my doctor all this time!
I do like the stickers I see on computer mice that states “The state of California…” etc., and they suggest washing your hands each time you use the mouse.
Per the specs: Our coffee orders are roasted the day before the order is shipped.