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  Reply # 1391669 22-Sep-2015 09:42
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Hi Erin,

Just ordered some coffee.
Nice website, good ordering experience, bonus points for using Paypal ;-)

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  Reply # 1391672 22-Sep-2015 09:48
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Am I going mad, I can't find any reference to the website in the forum discussion, or via Google? Yet everyone is ordering through it ... ? Help ...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1391673 22-Sep-2015 09:50
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dafman: Am I going mad, I can't find any reference to the website in the forum discussion, or via Google? Yet everyone is ordering through it ... ? Help ...


"My business is called Coffee Can"

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  Reply # 1391697 22-Sep-2015 10:05
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http://www.coffeecan.nz/ ??

I have a single group commercial grade Espresso machine, so no need for these capsules. I'm sure I'd try them though if I had a Nespresso machine :)





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  Reply # 1391718 22-Sep-2015 10:51
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Thanks Guillaume smile
Sorry dafman you are not going mad, coffeebaron has it correct.  Good name by the way coffeebaron, i should have been a bit more imaginative with mine!

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  Reply # 1391767 22-Sep-2015 11:54
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nzerin: Thanks Guillaume smile
Sorry dafman you are not going mad, coffeebaron has it correct.  Good name by the way coffeebaron, i should have been a bit more imaginative with mine!


All good, thanks. Neither 'Coffee Can New Zealand' or 'Coffeecan New Zealand' yielded any luck with google. On reflection, I should have used commonsense with guessing the URL

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  Reply # 1391773 22-Sep-2015 11:58
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dafman:
nzerin: Thanks Guillaume smile
Sorry dafman you are not going mad, coffeebaron has it correct.  Good name by the way coffeebaron, i should have been a bit more imaginative with mine!


All good, thanks. Neither 'Coffee Can New Zealand' or 'Coffeecan New Zealand' yielded any luck with google. On reflection, I should have used commonsense with guessing the URL

That's weird, because the #1 result googling for "coffee can" is www.coffeecan.nz for me.



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  Reply # 1391824 22-Sep-2015 12:27
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Thats concerning dafman. 
It comes up first for me also with the search Coffee Can and Coffee Can NZ.

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  Reply # 1392431 23-Sep-2015 08:00
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nzerin: Thank you for the welcome and order
There are 10 capsules in each pack and of course a discount is in order! Use the code nzroasted at checkout and it will give you 10% off.
John I will throw in a free pack as your discount 😀


Was meant to come back here yesterday and say thanks.  Coffee turned up nice and early yesterday, thanks again for extra pack!



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  Reply # 1392435 23-Sep-2015 08:21
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kiwitrc: Do your suppliers grind it for you or do you grind fresh before filling?



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  Reply # 1392439 23-Sep-2015 08:28
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Sorry kiwitrc I buy roasted whole beans and have a grinder that was the price of a small car

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  Reply # 1393246 24-Sep-2015 09:40
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jonathan18: Hi Erin,

Great to see you offering both fairtrade and decaf options - the two types of coffee I purchase. (If only that was a fairtrade decaf!) And that it's NZ-roasted coffee... These elements take me one step closer to that of actually buying a Nespresso machine.

I'm used to grinding beans as I need them, and feel that has a significant impact of the flavour - I recall reading that one of the ways the coffee in the original pods stay fresh is they're filled with a gas (nitrogen?); how long will the coffee in your pods stay fresh for if they don't use such a method?

Cheers
Jonathan


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  Reply # 1393312 24-Sep-2015 10:51
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Hi jonathan18
Yes you are correct about Nespresso using Nitrogen to give their coffee long life.
The Coffee Can packaged capsules we do, we believe will last a good 6 months if not longer. They beans are ground and packaged straight away then sealed in foil bags to maintain the freshness.
Nespresso say regarding their capsules " We ensure the freshness consumption up to 12 months after the date of production. The best before date is however not the expiration date as the coffee is not a perishable product. This date is recommended for obtaining the best results in a cup."

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  Reply # 1393450 24-Sep-2015 12:49
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Which of your products best typifies an typical cafe expresso?

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  Reply # 1393463 24-Sep-2015 12:59
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dafman: Which of your products best typifies an typical cafe expresso?


Better edit that x into an s before the coffee snobs catch wind of this!

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