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Lavazza Gran Filtro Decaffinated - Whole Bean Coffee, 1.1-Pound Bag [amazon.com]

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Italy's Favorite Coffee
Lavazza Gran Filtro Decaffinated - Whole Bean Coffee
This decaffeinated coffee delivers a sweet, intense and smooth flavor.
1.1 Pound Bag
Suitable for espresso (fine grinding) and drip coffee (coarse grinding) preparations.
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The strongest Lavazza brand is Crema E Gusto...... Which I mix it with Cafe Verona which is fairly strong sweet and has a more interesting buzz Lavazza Crema Gusto is strong but the buzz is kinda flat and uninteresting.....
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Add-on item without S/S.
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Quote from lurkingSDisautistzoo View Post :
The strongest Lavazza brand is Crema E Gusto...... Which I mix it with Cafe Verona which is fairly strong sweet and has a more interesting buzz Lavazza Crema Gusto is strong but the buzz is kinda flat and uninteresting.....
I'd have to disagree. I think the strongest Lavazza would be the intenso. That will give you quite the jolt. I find creama e gusto underwhelming for an espresso.

Anyways I was in search of decaf, may need to check this out.
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Crema e Gusto has too much Robusta in it and i think it works very well with milk but not on its own. Rossa is much better and pretty strong in taste / flavor Wink
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All comments above have nothing to do with this deal, but are an effective way of wasting people's time.

Coming up $7.41 for me, which is $.43.5/oz.
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Last edited by rasp January 7, 2016 at 05:26 AM
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I'd have to disagree. I think the strongest Lavazza would be the intenso. That will give you quite the jolt. I find creama e gusto underwhelming for an espresso.

Anyways I was in search of decaf, may need to check this out.
You mean this one?

http://www.amazon.com/Lavazza-Tie...za+intenso

Says 100% arabica and that's the strongest?

Well Crema E Gusto is still the best bang for buck because its the cheapest/strongest...

http://www.amazon.com/Lavazza-Cre...ma+e+gusto

35.20z for 16.80 or something....

Quote from aparlow View Post :
Crema e Gusto has too much Robusta in it and i think it works very well with milk but not on its own. Rossa is much better and pretty strong in taste / flavor Wink
I got some rossa too but I dont mind the harsh taste of Crema e Gusto the Starbucks Cafe Verona has enough sweetness to cover everything up and not have to add sugar infact I just add chocolate casein protein powder(it mostly clumps and doesnt milk it like creamer but its made from milk and functionally makes you stronger and gives you far more energy in a natural way).

Not trying to be an annoying quoter just wanna make sure I'm buying the best things for my morning coffee as I blow allot of money on this stuff and any savings I can achieve will add up. I usually get the cafe verona locally at stores when it goes on sale for 7 or less. Store all my coffee in the freezer but since I buy the Starbucks off the shelf at discount its probably old by the time I get to it....
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Quote from lurkingSDisautistzoo View Post :
The strongest Lavazza brand is Crema E Gusto...... Which I mix it with Cafe Verona which is fairly strong sweet and has a more interesting buzz Lavazza Crema Gusto is strong but the buzz is kinda flat and uninteresting....
Quote from TripWordScore View Post :
I'd have to disagree. I think the strongest Lavazza would be the intenso. That will give you quite the jolt. I find creama e gusto underwhelming for an espresso.
Quote from lurkingSDisautistzoo View Post :
Not trying to be an annoying quoter just wanna make sure I'm buying the best things for my morning coffee as I blow allot of money on this stuff and any savings I can achieve will add up. I usually get the cafe verona locally at stores when it goes on sale for 7 or less. Store all my coffee in the freezer but since I buy the Starbucks off the shelf at discount its probably old by the time I get to it....
Honestly if quality is of concern, Lavazza is overpriced for what it is. What you're getting is equally as unfresh as Starbucks's offerings, which is why it's cheap. Mass producing, vacuum sealing, and shipping coffee in large quantities that may be purchased and consumed anywhere from 3-6 months after roast date is cheap and easy. On the most basic level, coffee is coffee and a blend is a blend and a roast is a roast.

Which isn't to disregard that lower-end coffee involves darker roasts to mask the staleness, and that specialty roasters are generally more calculated in bringing out more interesting flavors in their blends; but for hyperbole's sake, the "intellectual property" on high quality coffee is relatively shallow.

Logistics are what's expensive, and on the most basic level that's why fresh roasted specialty coffee costs more than grocery store coffee.

Lavazza at regular price is bordering on the cost of fresh roasted coffee from a specialty roaster, and ultimately you're still getting cheap, Italian style, often darker roasted, often robusta-cut coffee that you aren't going to consume anywhere near when it was roasted.

I'm huge into espresso and I promise everyone here dollars do doughnuts that freshness is priority-A. I can take a bag of coffee that was shipped to me the day it was roasted, enjoy it for the next week or two, leave a few oz in the bottom of the bag to sit, and it will smell like stale grocery store crap 2 months later. I highly recommend anyone tries this with a bag of tastefully roasted coffee from a specialty roaster if they don't believe me.
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