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  • One 12 oz. bag of Lavazza Single Origin Santa Marta Italian ground coffee
  • Balanced medium roast with strong, refined flavor and notes of pralines
  • Non-GMO, 100% Arabica from Colombia
  • Blended and roasted in Italy
  • Best used in drip coffee maker or French press
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these were $2.99 in Shoprite last week, I bought a few..
They come under $4 several times a year.
If you have a store nearby, and like Lavazza coffee, keep an eye open.
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these were $2.99 in Shoprite last week, I bought a few..
They come under $4 several times a year.
If you have a store nearby, and like Lavazza coffee, keep an eye open.
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santa marta seems to be the only one with 30% off
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Any whole bean options?
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santa marta seems to be the only one with 30% off
Check this out: (Lavazza coupons on Amazon as of now)

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_s...ds=lavazza
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Any whole bean options?
Three here:

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_s...ds=lavazza
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How does this coffee taste
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Can anyone suggest me how fine the ground should be for Aeropress? I tried a few and even with 2 filters the water just runs through and I get lousy coffee, I am fed up of that damn device and gone back to good old French press that served me faithfully for years. Is Aeropress just a hype? It wasn't exactly cheap either :/
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Can anyone suggest me how fine the ground should be for Aeropress? I tried a few and even with 2 filters the water just runs through and I get lousy coffee, I am fed up of that damn device and gone back to good old French press that served me faithfully for years. Is Aeropress just a hype? It wasn't exactly cheap either :/
I use mine occasionally and found I have to use a very fine grind (powder) and pack the cup tightly. That said, it's hard to beat a french press for that full flavor taste.
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They have espresso if you're looking for that too.
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Can anyone suggest me how fine the ground should be for Aeropress? I tried a few and even with 2 filters the water just runs through and I get lousy coffee, I am fed up of that damn device and gone back to good old French press that served me faithfully for years. Is Aeropress just a hype? It wasn't exactly cheap either :/
Try doing the reverse press method it changed my life
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Try doing the reverse press method it changed my life
You talking the inverted Aeropress method? That's what I use at work. I wouldn't call it LIFE changing...but it's good Smilie
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Can anyone suggest me how fine the ground should be for Aeropress? I tried a few and even with 2 filters the water just runs through and I get lousy coffee, I am fed up of that damn device and gone back to good old French press that served me faithfully for years. Is Aeropress just a hype? It wasn't exactly cheap either :/
It's not cold brew or French press, so you don't want coarse. Unless you have one of the finer metal filters, you also don't want espresso fine. A regular medium to moderately fine grind usually does well. If much coffee at all is going through without you pressing down, something isn't right: we have one at work and I usually let it steep for a minute before pressing it through. With nice coffee and a metal filter you actually get a bit of crema even.
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