But First, Coffee

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I’ve mentioned here before that Mr T and I are keen on a decent cup of coffee, so it might come as a surprise to know we only just discovered Pact Coffee. I’ve seen the ads and plenty of friends had posted discount codes on social media, but I had never been tempted to try it for myself. Recently I shared a great cup of coffee at a friend’s and was surprised when she told me they have been subscribers to Pact for a couple of years. Not long after I saw a link online and went off to do some research. Unlike our favourite brand, Pact isn’t Fairtrade, but they do work directly with coffee farmers and I was impressed with how much information they give about where the coffee is grown, how it’s harvested and processed. The choice of blends was impressive and the flexibility to choose how often our coffee is delivered was definitely appealing (there is even a post now button if you really need a coffee fix in a hurry).  I chose the Planalto blend, ground for my cafetiere. My order arrived just a couple days later. Freshly roasted, securely packed and ready to brew.

It’s a great tasting coffee, the customer service was friendly and my order arrived promptly. I’ve set up a repeat order, but Mr T and I are going to spend some time perusing the different blends, so if you’re already a Pact Coffee fan, do let us know your favourite. If you would like to try Pact Coffee for yourself, you can get a whopping £5 off your first order by using my referral link*.  Or, you can type this code in when you visit the Pact Coffee website (TRACEY-698BF3). And, just so you know, this isn’t a sponsored post, I’m writing this because I really liked the coffee and I’m just a bit sorry Mr T and I are so late to the Pact Coffee party!

*Offer for new customers only, discount is applied to your first purchase of any regular priced coffee

 

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