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forcuttyforcutty Posts: 1,055
edited June 2011 in The hub
So as I'm intolerant to Caffeine do any of you people know some better decaff than I'm currently drinking.Must be of ground variety and not instant muck :x

Favs in order are;
1= Percol Decaf
2= Lavazza Decaf
3= Illy Decaf
4= Taylors Decaff

Now all these I have and usually alternate between but i'm now fed up and fancy a change. So please Hub do your Worst :wink:

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  • allthegearnoideaallthegearnoidea Posts: 4,077
    i do like the Taylors coffee, but tend to have the half caffine 'take it easy', too much caffine gives me a tight chest so tend to stick with the above, but on odd occasion will pop into whittards when in town,
    Timmo.
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  • RansakaRansaka Posts: 474
    forcutty wrote:
    So as I'm intolerant to Caffeine do any of you people know some better decaff than I'm currently drinking.Must be of ground variety and not instant muck :x

    Favs in order are;
    1= Percol Decaf
    2= Lavazza Decaf
    3= Illy Decaf
    4= Taylors Decaff

    Now all these I have and usually alternate between but i'm now fed up and fancy a change. So please Hub do your Worst :wink:

    http://smallbatchcoffee.bigcartel.com/p ... -co2-decaf

    The coffee these guys do is ace. They roast on site from green beans so it's always nice and fresh (and they're 2 doors from my house so I get the benefit of the smell when I open the kitchen window). Not the cheapest but certainly some of the best coffee I've had. Not actually had the decaff myself but know folks that have it on a regular basis and they swear by it.
  • forcuttyforcutty Posts: 1,055
    Thanks Ransaka
    Thats the type of thing i'm looking for, bit pricey though at £9 with postage :cry:
  • RansakaRansaka Posts: 474
    Like I said, it aint cheap but the difference between it and supermarket bought coffee is worth the price imo.
  • SickAsAParrotSickAsAParrot Posts: 212
    Ikea decaff isn't bad, and only about £1.40 a packet.

    *ducks and runs away*
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,692
    What about just not drinking coffe?
  • allthegearnoideaallthegearnoidea Posts: 4,077
    85% the people would come to a Grinding holt with mo coffee lol! and there would be lots of angry people in the mornings too hahahhaha!
    Timmo.
    After all, I am Cornish!
    http://cornwallmtb.kk5.org/
    Cotic Soul, The bike of Legends!:wink: Yes, I Am a bike tart!
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  • bearfraserbearfraser Posts: 435
    Good news !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! apparantly drinking coffee is good for the Prostate (reduces the likley hood of the Big "C")
  • cooldadcooldad Posts: 32,601
    85% the people would come to a Grinding holt with mo coffee lol! and there would be lots of angry people in the mornings too hahahhaha!

    That's because we need caffeine to keep wake up and keep going. Decaff would be pointless. I'd have killed someone before lunchtime.
    I don't do smileys.

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  • forcuttyforcutty Posts: 1,055
    cooldad wrote:
    85% the people would come to a Grinding holt with mo coffee lol! and there would be lots of angry people in the mornings too hahahhaha!

    That's because we need caffeine to keep wake up and keep going. Decaff would be pointless. I'd have killed someone before lunchtime.
    Meh being intolerant to Caffeine sucks :(
    Love the taste of coffee in the morning still though.
    I've got too say that the first three weeks is the hardest when detoxing, never felt like killing anyone though :shock:
  • cooldadcooldad Posts: 32,601
    I feel like killing people a lot of the time. Coffee just stops me actually doing it in the morning.
    I don't like mornings.
    I don't do smileys.

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  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,692
    cooldad wrote:
    I feel like killing people a lot of the time. Coffee just stops me actually doing it in the morning.
    I don't like mornings.
    Exactly right.
    Unfortunately, I have to be at work at the ungodly hour of 9am tomorrow.
  • RansakaRansaka Posts: 474
    cooldad wrote:
    I feel like killing people a lot of the time.

    +1
  • Arkady001Arkady001 Posts: 201
    cooldad wrote:
    I feel like killing people a lot of the time. Coffee just stops me actually doing it in the morning.
    I don't like mornings.

    So-oooo true...
  • GizmokevGizmokev Posts: 146
    I have switched from coffee in the morning to a nice cup of tea and I must say that although previously I drank 2 or 3 before heading out I am now thanking myself for changing.

    I dont feel headachey in the afternoons and am sleeping much better even though I never drank coffee past 12 before anyway.

    Decaf still doesnt make sense to me though....:wink:
  • bearfraser wrote:
    Good news !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! apparantly drinking coffee is good for the Prostate (reduces the likley hood of the Big "C")

    As the chances of having prostate cancer increase as you get older ( 1in every 2 men will have it above the age of 75 I think the research shows) I wouldn't start bulk buying the nescafe in just yet :wink:
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