No, not Heinz but coffee beans.
I'm not a coffee drinker and can proudly boast that at the age of coming up to 44 in a couple of weeks* I have never even had a sip of the mud coloured muck, let alone a whole cup. Wifey on the other hand is a huge fan and loves to indulge at least a couple of times a day.
On our travels this has sometimes proven to be a bit of a challenge, and while she is not a coffee snob and can quite happily sup on an instant Nescafe (she even carries a few single-cup sachets and as she prefers it black with no sugar, it has proven a useful addition to her handbag), she has had to put up with some real rubbish.
Even at our rather posh hotel it seems they feel it is OK to reheat old coffee (I understand this is not a good thing, coffee should be fresh) in a microwave. How difficult can it be to provide fresh and good tasting coffee at a reasonable price?
Too difficult for some it would appear.
Another good reason not to drink the stuff in the first place.
*Yes folks, another birthday looms so dig deep into your pockets and send expensive presents to:
The Pavilion Hotel
(and what with the British postal service now being part time, may I suggest you get your skates on sharpish? Ta.)