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Amazon [amazon.com] has 2.2-Lbs Lavazza Top Class Whole Bean Coffee (Medium Espresso Roast) for $14.61 when you 'clip' the 20% coupon located on the product page and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free if the from "First Delivery On" menu within S&S is available and by changing it to the later date, w/ Prime, or on orders of $25 or more.

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Anybody using the Super Crema beans in a superautomatic? Do you find the beans to be non-oily so that they don't clog the grinder?
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I like my coffee like I like my women. Intense and aromatic.
Me too! Smoking hot, freshly ground, slender with a big butt... You know what, I have no idea how to do this.
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wow. what is this top class blend. intriguing. will order 1
Lel, by top class you mean stale beans? no thanksPeace
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Super crema is the same price. However many reviews state they found rocks in the bag so I'll pass!
I've never found rocks in mine. If you weigh your beans then dump in your grinder, you'll see if there's rocks.
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This is for my laraza, laraza!! Oops, wrong one.
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I have never had rocks in any bags. I also saw that in the reviews too but I think its either rare or they fixed the issue.
Same here, we always have at least one comments like that here in SD from people who probably never purchased these coffee beans before. Ignore and move on...
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This is a mix of Arabica and Robusta beans. I'll pass.

BTW it is a 4 on their (1-10) intensity scale.
The super crema is good, except for the Robusta. My wife gets blemishes when she drinks Robusta so we instead get Qualita Oro and Espresso.
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This is a mix of Arabica and Robusta beans. I'll pass.

BTW it is a 4 on their (1-10) intensity scale.
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That's the case with most lavazza beans
The Qualita Oro and Espresso are both 100% Arabica. I like both for my drip coffee maker. The other varieties, not so much...
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Anybody using the Super Crema beans in a superautomatic? Do you find the beans to be non-oily so that they don't clog the grinder?
I am currently using Super Crema in my Gaggia Velsca. The beans are not oily at all. It's one of the reasons I like using Lavazza.
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Anybody using the Super Crema beans in a superautomatic? Do you find the beans to be non-oily so that they don't clog the grinder?
It works great. It has been our go-to so far for the superautomatic, We brought the 6 bag deal recently.
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should be good enough for cold brew
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The last bag of Lavazza I ordered for my superautomatic had a manufacture date of exactly two days before it arrived. I have a hard time believing that it could go through any supply chain that fast (especially Italy-USA during covid) so someone is probably playing a bit dirty. Other than that I've run about 10 bags of Lavazza from Amazon through my machine so far and they have all been great quality with no issues. Each variety is very subtiley different (to the point of probably not telling them apart without the bag) but Supercrema is my favorite. I seem to remember this one having just a touch more bitterness that I didn't like.
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This is a mix of Arabica and Robusta beans. I'll pass.

BTW it is a 4 on their (1-10) intensity scale.
Absolutely not. Robusta? I know people here have mentioned that Italian like Robusta but I have not seen any serious coffee shop serving Robusta, not even in Italy. Also, the taste is inferior anyways. More crema though
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The last bag of Lavazza I ordered for my superautomatic had a manufacture date of exactly two days before it arrived. I have a hard time believing that it could go through any supply chain that fast (especially Italy-USA during covid) so someone is probably playing a bit dirty. Other than that I've run about 10 bags of Lavazza from Amazon through my machine so far and they have all been great quality with no issues. Each variety is very subtiley different (to the point of probably not telling them apart without the bag) but Supercrema is my favorite. I seem to remember this one having just a touch more bitterness that I didn't like.
Amazon just delivered this order. 10 months old. Shame. I posted pictures and a negative review on Amazon. 1 or 2 months is meh but 10 months old is donkey poop.
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Absolutely not. Robusta? I know people here have mentioned that Italian like Robusta but I have not seen any serious coffee shop serving Robusta, not even in Italy. Also, the taste is inferior anyways. More crema though
From Amazon:
"Product description
It's no accident that Lavazza is Italy's favorite coffee. Four generations of the Lavazza family have dedicated over 120 years to finding the best blends of coffee beans from all over the world to provide you the authentic Italian experience. The Lavazza Top Class Whole Bean Coffee Blend is no exception. A mix of Arabica varieties from Brazil and India with Robusta coffees from the island of Java creates a balanced medium espresso roast with a smooth aftertaste. You'll taste hints of bitter chocolate and dried fruit with every full-bodied sip. This blend is best used with Espresso machine. Enjoy a true taste of Italy that is uniquely Lavazza"
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