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2.2-lb Lavazza Caffe Espresso Whole Bean Coffee Blend (Medium Roast)

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Amazon.com has 2.2-lb Lavazza Caffe Espresso Whole Bean Coffee Blend (Medium Roast) on sale for $11.39 when you checkout via subscribe & save. Shipping is free while Subscribe & Save is available. Thanks rocstarjhu

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Amazon has the 2.2-lb Lavazza Caffe Espresso Whole Bean Coffee Blend (Medium Roast) on sale for $11.99 or $11.39 with Subscribe and Save. Not quite as cheap as the November deal with coupon, but still a really goood price for the 2.2lb bag.

Note: May be even cheaper if you qualify for the 15% off S&S discount.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P0ZM...nCb8BME1B4
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I use this and run it long(more water) through a semi automatic esspresso machine (gaggia).

This is a light to medium blend with a faint fruity accent. By no means a strong coffee. The beans are bone dry which is a sign of high quality beans and careful roasting, leading to good flavor and low acidity.

The only other coffee i can run through my machine at costco is The high desert roasters organic which is a little stronger and a little more bitter.

This is good coffee but not one of lavazzas popular roasts (super crema is) and with the reviews of rocks which ive never experienced... It's always cheap.

Buy a bag it won't change your life, but everyone should see what real coffee is, local roasters are cool but at $12/lb screw buying local.
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Ive bought 8 bags and no rocks
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one of my favorite coffees
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Every time right after I bought one bag of beans from costco, this deal would pop-up.
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Every time right after I bought one bag of beans from costco, this deal would pop-up.
What's your go to Costco bean. I just got the Kirkland house blend whole bean medium roast which is Starbucks medium roast with Kirkland label.
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Rocks in bag? Jesus lol anyone reading these reviews?
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What's your go to Costco bean. I just got the Kirkland house blend whole bean medium roast which is Starbucks medium roast with Kirkland label.
Yes. That is my choice. Nothing wrong with those, just really want to try the lavazza.
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This is better than anything we get at our costco except maybe that expensive HI Kona.
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This is better than anything we get at our costco except maybe that expensive HI Kona.
How is this in a pour over coffee maker? Or it really needs to be used for espresso/cappuccino style
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Rocks in bag? Jesus lol anyone reading these reviews?
Ive bought 8 bags and no rocks
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I use this and run it long(more water) through a semi automatic esspresso machine (gaggia).

This is a light to medium blend with a faint fruity accent. By no means a strong coffee. The beans are bone dry which is a sign of high quality beans and careful roasting, leading to good flavor and low acidity.

The only other coffee i can run through my machine at costco is The high desert roasters organic which is a little stronger and a little more bitter.

This is good coffee but not one of lavazzas popular roasts (super crema is) and with the reviews of rocks which ive never experienced... It's always cheap.

Buy a bag it won't change your life, but everyone should see what real coffee is, local roasters are cool but at $12/lb screw buying local.
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Rocks in bag? Jesus lol anyone reading these reviews?
Yes I did before I bought my bag from the last sale. Still tried it and no problems.
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I must amazon wrong b/c I was eligible for an additional 40% off coupon on the product page when I S&S'd. Will give it a go as my daily beans. Can't beat 4.5 pounds of coffee beans for $17.98
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Rocks in bag? Jesus lol anyone reading these reviews?
I am on S&S and using this for the past 8mo.
I never encountered a single rock or a bad batch... each with its luck?
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Great coffee, in for another
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