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12oz Lavazza Medium Roast Ground Coffee: Kilimanjaro $4.10, Santa Marta EXPIRED

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Amazon has select 12oz Lavazza Single Origin Medium Roast Ground Coffee on sale listed below when you 'clip' the 25% off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save (select the later date from the "First delivery on" menu). Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

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Thanks OP, S&S both of them.
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Wow. Very cheap. Comes out to around $0.13 a cup, assuming you use ~15 g of beans per cup.

Does it taste good though?....
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Wow. Very cheap. Comes out to around $0.13 a cup, assuming you use ~15 g of beans per cup.

Does it taste good though?....
Lavazza is a decent brand. Much better than most cheap coffees.
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Can this be used for Espresso machine or do I have to grind it more finer
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Can this be used for Espresso machine or do I have to grind it more finer
I've found this works fine for espresso, and the smaller 12oz bags are perfect because you finish them before it gets too stale.
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I've found this works fine for espresso, and the smaller 12oz bags are perfect because you finish them before it gets too stale.
Thanks. I just checked the reviews and someone did ask that and response from another user was yes. I am sure since it's not "fine" fine coffee might be not as strong or give a "crema" that they talk about but I just want a strong coffee and can live if it isn't intensely strong
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Was able to use the coupon on each flavor. Thanks!
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Wow. Very cheap. Comes out to around $0.13 a cup, assuming you use ~15 g of beans per cup.

Does it taste good though?....
Now THAT'S a slickdealer!
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one of my favorite brands so far, i do like the crema. ordered both with coupons.
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Thanks for the share. I have tried two out of the three which did not leave any memorable impression on me. I ordered Tanzania to see how it goes. If I recall correctly, the intenso was really under par with anything else I have tried from Lavazza but it might be just me.
PS: Only espresso so cannot comment on French press, Moka, or drip results.
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Based on the product description, it doesn't seem like it was meant to be used in an espresso machine. With that said, I am sure it'll do alright in a pressurised portafilter. I might pick up a bag and try it in my V60 pour over and Delonghi espresso machine
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Picked up one of each for $3.38 and $3.53, respectively, with 15% S&S. Anyone have experience brewing this coffee in a percolator? Might just stick with the drip coffee maker as suggested.
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Prefer dark roast
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