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Hahahahaahahahaahahhahahahaha.

Being a local roaster does not justify a hilariously-pretentious price like $15 per 8 ounces. We also have multiple local roasters here in Austin and only the douchy hipster roasters are charging that price. Their stuff also tastes the worst. The rest cost $15 or less per pound, and their beans are far superior.​

Prestige pricing does not equal a superior product, and quite frankly I would never touch a bean from someone charging $30/lb, as they are more likely focused on making money than they are making a good product.
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Always sort by newest reviews, this is for a couple reasons.
1) their experiences are most likely to be representative of yours, in case the product or quality changed.
2) they're randomly distributed across experiences, so you aren't subjected to sampling bias such as when you sort by good or bad reviews and then just start to think the product is entirely good or bad.

I don't see any mention of rocks in any of the recent reviews, and it's probably not anything to worry about.
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Seems like a great deal, but reviewers are claiming to be finding small rocks in their bags. Beware tossing these beans in an expensive grinder!
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Bought 27 times according to amazon. No rocks in mine. Into a baratza sette grinder. If you can't find a local roaster you like, this is pretty good. We use it for lattes every day.
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Be wary of buying coffee from Amazon.
Many times they'll send out old stock.
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It says quality not assured by Amazon. From third-party
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Last month amazon screwed up (skipped) my Lavazza subscription delivery.
A couple days later I was in Costco and I bought some 2.5 Kirkland signature arabica medium roast coffee for ~$12. For our taste (wife, me and couple of friends) it blows Lavazza Super Crema, so we decided to cancel subscription and hope that Costco will keep bringing in that (new) coffee.
Edit: if for any reasons I find rocks or taste is bad, I can return to Costco for full refund...
Also, found the coffee online: https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...49422.html
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I have gotten this a few times, usually pay about $9-10, which is a good deal. Its good coffee, no issues here.
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In for one @ $8.35
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I got a 2.2lbs. Lavazza Crema e Aroma, whole beans, as a Christmas gift. Came from Amazon. Expiration date on the bag is well into 2021. Do I believe any roasting will be efficient for that long a time, even in a sealed foil bag?

Make the long story short.
I open the bag, no aroma at all. Grind some, no aroma from the grounds.
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Always sort by newest reviews, this is for a couple reasons.
1) their experiences are most likely to be representative of yours, in case the product or quality changed.
2) they're randomly distributed across experiences, so you aren't subjected to sampling bias such as when you sort by good or bad reviews and then just start to think the product is entirely good or bad.

I don't see any mention of rocks in any of the recent reviews, and it's probably not anything to worry about.
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Quote from jottect
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Last month amazon screwed up (skipped) my Lavazza subscription delivery.
A couple days later I was in Costco and I bought some 2.5 Kirkland signature arabica medium roast coffee for ~$12. For our taste (wife, me and couple of friends) it blows Lavazza Super Crema, so we decided to cancel subscription and hope that Costco will keep bringing in that (new) coffee.
Edit: if for any reasons I find rocks or taste is bad, I can return to Costco for full refund...
Also, found the coffee online: https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...49422.html
Im drinking the super crema now (alot here says thats good) and I find it weak tasting...taste more like chocolate
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Good brand, bad value. Anyone who knows anything about coffee knows the freshness is critical. I found this to be better than 8 o'clock coffee, but not much. Do yourself a favor and buy some fresh roasted beans, not someone's old gym socks.
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Im drinking the super crema now (alot here says thats good) and I find it weak tasting...taste more like chocolate
I'm also drinking the super crema in Saeco super automatic. I found it very rich and smooth, doesn't taste strong but it gave me the jitter after so I know it's strong. The smell was amazing. However, I ordered it from Seattle gear coffee and the roasting dated only about 1 1/2 months before I got it.
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Quote from jottect
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Last month amazon screwed up (skipped) my Lavazza subscription delivery.
A couple days later I was in Costco and I bought some 2.5 Kirkland signature arabica medium roast coffee for ~$12. For our taste (wife, me and couple of friends) it blows Lavazza Super Crema, so we decided to cancel subscription and hope that Costco will keep bringing in that (new) coffee.
Edit: if for any reasons I find rocks or taste is bad, I can return to Costco for full refund...
Also, found the coffee online: https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...49422.html
May I ask if the Kirkland bean was oily? I can't use oily bean in my super automatic.
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