Combine Expensive And Cheap Coffee

I adore great coffee but with the economy going wacko on my wallet, I've had to get creative. When I want that great flavor coffee, but can't afford the high cost, I buy one jar of my favorite and one cheap jar on sale then mix them together. I swear after the first cup, I really can't tell the difference.

By ms444125 from Charlotte, NC

August 17, 20100 found this helpful

I started doing this awhile back and your right I can't tell the difference.It's especially useful when my brand is on sale! Thanks for sharing and welcome to Thrifty Fun.

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August 17, 20100 found this helpful

Thanks for the great tip! Enjoy your coffee!

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August 21, 20100 found this helpful

I do that too, 2 scoops "cheap", I scoop yummy, works for me.

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August 23, 20110 found this helpful

You mention jars of coffee so it sounds like you are talking about instant. I don't drink instant but I do the same with ground coffee like others have mentioned. I use half of the blah tasting coffee and half of the rich tasting coffee and it turns out very well.

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August 23, 20110 found this helpful

Thanks for the tip, I tried it and it worked good, anything to save money in this economy.

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When you buy your favorite flavored blend at the store: double, even triple grind it to a powder (percolator grind, if you can request that), then mix it with unflavored coffee and store in an airtight container.

It lasts longer for 2 reasons:

1. Making a a pot or cup requires less coffee when you're making it a with a powder consistency

2. The unflavored coffee absorbs the flavor of the flavored blend.

By Julia from Baltimore, MD


Coffee Lovers Save Money

If you want to save money on coffee creamer, I mix 1/2 cup dry powdered milk to 1/2 cup instant coffee creamer it tastes just fine and I actually think it gives it a little more of a creamy taste (02/02/2006)


By imaqt1962

Coffee Lovers Save Money

Actually, percolator grind would be one of the coarsest possible. If you want fine grind look for Turkish or Espresso grind. (10/17/2007)

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