Review of Lyons Coffee Bags - Fresh Ground Coffee in a Bag

Lyons coffee bags are just like tea bags but with coffee, so you can have a nice cup of roasted coffee pretty much anytime and anywhere.  Just add freshly boiled water, stir, and allow to brew for three to four minutes until the coffee is as strong as you like it to be.

Having given these a go I say they're great for everyday convenience and for taking to work.  Also I'm thinking if you like to enjoy a cuppa of your favourite coffee brand whilst away on holiday, coffee bags are brilliant since they take up hardly any space as apposed to a bulky jar of coffee.

Lyons Coffee Bag in a Cup


We both like that each coffee bag is individually wrapped in foil so each cup you make is nice and fresh.  Now although I'm not a coffee drinker but Paul (the husband) is, so it was over to him to taste test.

The verdict?  Yep he says they really do taste good and he particularly likes the No. 3 - Rich and Full Bodied.

So will we buy these in the future?  Yes we will, very convenient and most of all the coffee tastes good.


This week is UK Coffee Week (10th and 16th April 2017) and last year Lyons officially partnered with Project Waterfall who have committed to providing a sustainable source of safe water and sanitation to the coffee growing communities around the globe.  So Lyons make a donation for every pack of coffee bags sold; which is another reason we will buy these in the future ūüĎć  

Lyons Coffee Bags







Available in three different strength varieties, plus a decaf option, there’s a coffee to suit every mood and taste:
  • No.2 Light and Smooth
  • No.3 Rich and Full Bodied
  • No.4 Dark and Intense 
For more information, check out Lyons Coffee and read more about Project Waterfall on their news page.
Twitter @LyonsCoffee
@projectwaterf


Disclosure:  I was sent some Lyons coffee bags to try.  All thought and opinions are my own.  I was not required to write anything positive.  I was compensated to cover my time.  

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