Nescafe Tasters Choice, Hazelnut, 6.1-Ounce Canisters (Pack of 3)
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- Case of three 6.1-ounce canisters of instant coffee (18.3 total ounces)
- Made from instant ground coffee
- Certified kosher; no fat, sugar, or sodium
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Nescafe Tasters Choice, Hazelnut, Canisters is made from instant ground coffee with the enjoyably tempting taste of hazelnut in a rich roast coffee. It comes with a Kosher certified.
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However, it is a travesty that it is no longer available in the canister. The Nescafe website address's the issue by saying that we, the consumers, wanted the serving packets. I say, Nescafe is wrong. Please take a moment of your day to visit the Nescafe website and fill out a comment in the 'contact us' section of their website.
It is my contention that these single serving packets are borderline socialistic - Am I to accept that it is ok for some random guy in a lab to predetermining what tastes good to me and put that in a packet and tell me it is for my convenience? This is unacceptable in America. But most coffee made at your local coffee house is also predetermined as to strength and flavor. True, but it was always that way - no, here they let us sample the sweet nectar of freedom. The freedom to pop the top of those really cool canisters and scoop out what we wanted our coffee to taste like. Freedom that is no longer ours. Freedom that was unceremoniously taken. Ask yourself 'would Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Madison, Hamilton, or even Bill Cosby tolerate this without some outrage'. I think we all know the answer to this rhetorical question.
Is it not more democratic and capitalistic to allow each consumer to scoop to taste? The great people who founded this nation would undoubtedly toss these packets, that are the bastardization of freedom (figuratively, because lets face its too good to waste), into the Boston Harbor. First, our coffee and next it will be single sized servings for everyone. Automatic transmissions will prevail. Elastic waistbands will replace the belt. Velcro shoes for everyone. Pandemonium and Chaos will ensue. It will be 1984 all over again (Orwellian and literally). 'We know what is best for you' they will say - as they change the flavor of our favorite soft drink.
If there is any doubt to the need of the democracy restored in the nation of Nescafe Taster's Choice Hazelnut coffee, as of this review, the single sized packets are rated lower and the only complaints are that the canisters were better.
Please take a moment and ensure that the democratic safeguards of the Constitution is protected. Vote. . . er, complaint to the man. The Taster' Choice "man" that says they know what is good for you. Do not be apathetic. Let your voice be heard. Thank you my fellow Amazon Coffee fanatics for reading this long review.
The bad news is that the 6 ounce container is being phased out, and being "replaced" by the single serving size envelopes.
The company website claims they had requests from flavored coffee lovers to make their flavors available in travel size. That makes no sense. If you have a favorite shampoo, and you want to take it on vacation, you can put it in a small container. To wait for the company to downsize the shampoo, and discontinue the normal size is ridiculous, but this is what Nestle is doing with their flavored coffees.
The sample size is twice the cost of the container size. I find it very difficult to tear open the sample size containers at 5:30 a.m. I'm just not that coordinated in the morning. I rather scoop! Please cancel this change!