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    Calm down coffee snob. Maybe some people don't have one locally.
    I buy from vilar imports on eBay. About $5 / lb. tons of options. Roasted fresh every day.

    Had Brazilian, Tanzanian pea berry, and Colombia. Trying Costa Rica next.

    Was originally skeptical that I'd be able to tell the difference, but it's very obvious. Brazilian is my fav so far.
    I looked them up the price is about $5/lb like you said but when you buy 5+ pounds. I thought the point of fresh roasted was fresh. It usually takes me about a month to go through these 2 pound bags so it's no longer fresh at that point.

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    This is ok. The labazza super crema is much better imo. I bought this the last time it was on sale and did not really enjoy it.
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    Get something roasted locally by some that knows a bit about what they are doing
    Calm down coffee snob. Maybe some people don't have one locally.
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    Get something roasted locally by some that knows a bit about what they are doing

    I buy from vilar imports on eBay. About $5 / lb. tons of options. Roasted fresh every day.

    Had Brazilian, Tanzanian pea berry, and Colombia. Trying Costa Rica next.

    Was originally skeptical that I'd be able to tell the difference, but it's very obvious. Brazilian is my fav so far.
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    Super crema has a 10% coupon comes to 16.73 after 15% S&S
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    I buy from vilar imports on eBay. About $5 / lb. tons of options. Roasted fresh every day.

    Had Brazilian, Tanzanian pea berry, and Colombia.
    I looked them up the price is about $5/lb like you said but when you buy 5+ pounds. I thought the point of fresh roasted was fresh. It usually takes me about a month to go through these 2 pound bags so it's no longer fresh at that point.
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    I looked them up the price is about $5/lb like you said but when you buy 5+ pounds. I thought the point of fresh roasted was fresh. It usually takes me about a month to go through these 2 pound bags so it's no longer fresh at that point.
    User error.

    Solution: Drink more coffee Smilie

    On a more serious note, these coffee deals are notorious for clearing old stock. Meaning that if there is a roasted on date, there's a decent chance it's a while back.

    Vilar has always been fresh for me, though I will be open to something local once things are a little more "normal." Takes us about a month and a half to go through 10 lbs, so there's a good chance that my last grind is fresher than your first grind of "big brand" whole bean.
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    I looked them up the price is about $5/lb like you said but when you buy 5+ pounds. I thought the point of fresh roasted was fresh. It usually takes me about a month to go through these 2 pound bags so it's no longer fresh at that point.
    While that's very true about freshness, most lavazza stuff arrives pretty old anyway which is why the recommendation is to buy fresh locally (roasted a day or 3 ago) vs 3 months ago like this or 1+ years ago like starbucks.

    I have a general rule of thumb to not purchase coffee beans that do not have a roasted on date but that said If you buy something that's larger like this you should break it out into a couple of ziplock bags suck the air out and throw it in the freezer.
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    Calm down coffee snob. Maybe some people don't have one locally.
    I don't know what the fuss is about.
    My butler takes care of all my coffee roasting needs.
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    Are these oily? Need not oily for my superautomatic
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    Are these oily? Need not oily for my superautomatic
    I have used Gran Crema and others from Lavazza in my Gaggia superautomatic. No issues at all. Medium roast in general is ok. It's the dark roasts that tend to be oily.
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    Is this Lavazza stuff only for espressos? Is it any good for making drip coffee?
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