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How much coffee per bag?

We know what you’re thinking….buying coffee online seems expensive, right? But just how much coffee can you make from our bags and more importantly, how much will it cost you?

Brewing device

Aeropress

Amount of coffee used per cup

15g

Total cups (by bag weight)

250g: 16 cups

500g: 33 cups

1kg: 50 cups

Brewing device

Filter

Amount of coffee used per cup

15g

Total cups (by bag weight)

250g: 16 cups

500g: 33 cups

1kg: 50 cups

Brewing device

Single espresso

Amount of coffee used per cup

7g

Total cups (by bag weight)

250g: 35 cups

500g: 70 cups

1kg: 140 cups

Brewing device

Double espresso

Amount of coffee used per cup

14g

Total cups (by bag weight)

250g: 17 cups

500g: 35 cups

1kg: 71 cups

Brewing device

Cafetiere

Amount of coffee used per cup

7g

Total cups (by bag weight)

250g: 35 cups

500g: 70 cups

1kg: 140 cups

Brewing device

Moka pot

Amount of coffee used per cup

20g

Total cups (by bag weight)

250g: 12 cups

500g: 25 cups

1kg: 50 cups

Keep in mind

It’s important to keep in mind the numbers above are illustrative, they don’t take into account how strong you may like your coffee or how often you spill your beans on the floor. Let’s see how the number of cups translates into price.

Coffee

Costa Rica

Size of bag

250g

Cost of bag

£7.50

Brewing method

Single espresso

Cost per cup

£0.21 (yes this is cheaper than Starbucks).

Coffee

El Salavador

Size of bag

500g

Cost of bag

£11.50

Brewing method

Double espresso

Cost per cup

£0.32 

Coffee

Colombia

Size of bag

1kg

Cost of bag

£15.00

Brewing method

Cafetiere

Cost per cup

£0.10 (yes this is cheaper than a Freddo)