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2.2-Lbs Lavazza Espresso Italiano Whole Bean Coffee Blend (Medium Roast) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 2.2-Lbs Lavazza Espresso Italiano Whole Bean Coffee Blend (Medium Roast) on sale for $10.48 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.

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  2. Click here for 2.2-Lbs Lavazza Espresso Italiano Whole Bean Coffee Blend (Medium Roast)
  3. 'Clip' the 25% coupon
  4. Select the "Subscribe & Save" option (if it isn't already selected).
  5. Select any delivery frequency and click on 'Set Up Now'.
  6. Price should be $14.98 - $3.75 (25% coupon) - $0.75 (5% S&S discount) = $10.48 + free shipping w/ Prime or on orders $25+
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Key Features:
  • Rich bodied medium roast with highly aromatic notes
  • Intensity: 5/10
  • Tasting Notes: Fruit and flowers
  • Non-GMO 100% Arabica
  • Blended and roasted in Italy
  • Best used for espresso but also suitable in any coffee maker

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 2.2-Lbs Lavazza Espresso Italiano Whole Bean Coffee Blend (Medium Roast) for $10.48 when you 'clip' the 25% off coupon on the product page and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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There is nothing new about these prices. We have been buying Lavazza here via SD posts for years. The prices go up and down. If you like this coffee make sure to try the other Lavazza offerings too. Deals come up for them frequently. I mentioned my recommendations previously.

Starbucks coffee is sometimes referred to as Charbucks because they use a dark roast for their regular espresso drinks. Most espresso drinkers prefer medium roasts with a few preferring light roasts. Most of the Lavazza offerings are medium roast - in other words they taste like coffee rather than tobacco ash. From Starbucks perspective, they use a dark roast because it allows them to get away with using lower quality and therefore cheaper beans. The other thing about dark roasts is that they produce coffee with less caffeine. This allows Starbuck to sell more drinks because people can drink more of them.

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$10 is what it's worth. I tell you this as someone who drinks espresso drinks every day and uses Lavazza beans most days. I do not drink this one. I stick to the "Crema" variants (that curiously have little crema) or the "Tierra!" ones. I do not drink drip pour-over coffee, but if I did I wouldn't use espresso coffee.
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In for one. With 15% S&S it was $8.98. I've purchased it three separate times and I think it's a SD at this price.
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Got 4 for 9 bucks each thanks!
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Got 4 for 9 bucks each thanks!
For some reason if I try ordering 2, I only a single coupon applies. Even if I order a different variety that also has coupon, only 1 coupon applies at the time. Not sure why.
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For some reason if I try ordering 2, I only a single coupon applies. Even if I order a different variety that also has coupon, only 1 coupon applies at the time. Not sure why.
yes thats normal. Just do separate orders. The 25% off is multi use
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$10 is what it's worth. I tell you this as someone who drinks espresso drinks every day and uses Lavazza beans most days. I do not drink this one. I stick to the "Crema" variants (that curiously have little crema) or the "Tierra!" ones. I do not drink drip pour-over coffee, but if I did I wouldn't use espresso coffee.
I use a super superautomatic espresso machine and drink espresso daily and recently switched to this from a Starbucks espresso roast. I prefer this over the Starbucks. This is a good price as Lavazza is trying to gain market share in the US and have been reducing prices lately.
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A decent grinder and an aeropress > bad grinder, cheap espresso machine.

Bonus: When you get there you can get a decent espresso machine and already have a decent grinder.

I do pour overs too, and the good-enough grinder makes a difference.

I have a borderline-decent grinder, an aeropress, and Breville milk frother. Pretty happy. There are good milk frothers that cost half the amount of a breville now adays too.

An aeropress can be gotten for $30-20% off at bed bath and beyond. If there in-store price is more than $30 like it was at my location, tell them you want to order one from their BB&B online site and they will accept the coupon, order in on their office computer and it will be shipped to your house for free.
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I use a super superautomatic espresso machine and drink espresso daily and recently switched to this from a Starbucks espresso roast. I prefer this over the Starbucks. This is a good price as Lavazza is trying to gain market share in the US and have been reducing prices lately.
Out of curiosity, what machine do you have? thumbs up or down?
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$10 is what it's worth. I tell you this as someone who drinks espresso drinks every day and uses Lavazza beans most days. I do not drink this one. I stick to the "Crema" variants (that curiously have little crema) or the "Tierra!" ones. I do not drink drip pour-over coffee, but if I did I wouldn't use espresso coffee.
I agree, this isn't a good one. Go for "crema" ones
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I use a super superautomatic espresso machine and drink espresso daily and recently switched to this from a Starbucks espresso roast. I prefer this over the Starbucks. This is a good price as Lavazza is trying to gain market share in the US and have been reducing prices lately.
There is nothing new about these prices. We have been buying Lavazza here via SD posts for years. The prices go up and down. If you like this coffee make sure to try the other Lavazza offerings too. Deals come up for them frequently. I mentioned my recommendations previously.

Starbucks coffee is sometimes referred to as Charbucks because they use a dark roast for their regular espresso drinks. Most espresso drinkers prefer medium roasts with a few preferring light roasts. Most of the Lavazza offerings are medium roast - in other words they taste like coffee rather than tobacco ash. From Starbucks perspective, they use a dark roast because it allows them to get away with using lower quality and therefore cheaper beans. The other thing about dark roasts is that they produce coffee with less caffeine. This allows Starbuck to sell more drinks because people can drink more of them.
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I agree, this isn't a good one. Go for "crema" ones
Not sure what defines good here. It's a 100% Arabica beans and all creamas have robusta mix. If u drink milk based espresso drinks use a blended version if u drink straight, 100% arebica is your best bet. This is no means a bad variety. It's bit milder with intensity of 5/10 on lavazza scale. My saeco makes decent espressos with this version and comparable to super crema that I use regularly, though SC is lot more intense.
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Not sure what defines good here. It's a 100% Arabica beans and all creamas have robusta mix. If u drink milk based espresso drinks use a blended version if u drink straight, 100% arebica is your best bet. This is no means a bad variety. It's bit milder with intensity of 5/10 on lavazza scale. My saeco makes decent espressos with this version and comparable to super crema that I use regularly, though SC is lot more intense.
IME there are two factors that vary with Lavazza beans and one factor that stays about the same. First the latter - generally the flavor of all their coffees is very similar. As for the former - what varies is the intensity of the flavor, and the aftertaste. The worst beans have a very mild flavor and have an unpleasant lingering tannic aftertaste. If you increase the extraction of these varieties in an effort to intensify the flavor, then the aftertaste just gets worse. Most of the Lavazza varieties do not take kindly to over-extraction so for Lavazza across the board I skip pre-infusion. This means I need a bean with intense flavor and that's where the better varieties (the Cremas/Tierra!s/Gold) score well. I can remember not liking this variety but I can't remember exactly why, but I'm sure I ended up with an acrid aftertaste that had me running for my toothbrush.

The normal Lavazza pricing indicates the quality of the coffee you'll end up with. The key is to buy the more expensive stuff when it's on sale, not this stuff.
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Bought this last year on Prime Day. Ended up tossing most of it.
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