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64-Count Lavazza Gran Selezione K-Cups (Dark Roast) EXPIRED

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  • Single-serve K-cups with the Lavazza Gran Selezione coffee blend
  • Full-bodied dark roast with intense, bold flavor and notes of chocolate
  • 100% Arabica, Rainforest Alliance Certified 100% sustainably grown
  • Intensity: 7 out of 10
  • Blended and roasted in Italy
  • Can only be brewed using a Keurig brewing machine (*Keuring Rivo machine is not compatible with these k-Cups)

$25.00 ($0.39$0.39 / Count)
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Lavazza Perfetto Keurig 2.0 K-Cup Pack, 64 Count available for the same price.
https://www.amazon.com/Lavazza-Pe...B00N2FUC8U
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Kcup format should keep the rocks from being a problem!
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Looking at the Lavazza website, it states these are produced by Keurig in Vermont....while their other products like whole beans, Nespresso pods and ground coffee are processed in Italy.
Am I actually getting Lavazza coffee or is this just marketed as Lavazza????
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Looking at the Lavazza website, it states these are produced by Keurig in Vermont....while their other products like whole beans, Nespresso pods and ground coffee are processed in Italy.
Am I actually getting Lavazza coffee or is this just marketed as Lavazza????
I don't see any such statement on Lavazza's website. Could you share a link please?

I believe it is Lavazza coffee but perhaps Keurig/Green Mountain packages the coffee into the kcups in their factory.
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Quote from silverm0623 :
Looking at the Lavazza website, it states these are produced by Keurig in Vermont....while their other products like whole beans, Nespresso pods and ground coffee are processed in Italy.
Am I actually getting Lavazza coffee or is this just marketed as Lavazza????
Good question I would like to know also
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Quote from silverm0623 :
Looking at the Lavazza website, it states these are produced by Keurig in Vermont....while their other products like whole beans, Nespresso pods and ground coffee are processed in Italy.
Am I actually getting Lavazza coffee or is this just marketed as Lavazza????
From Lavazza website:
https://www.lavazzausa.com/en/cof...-cups-pods

Enjoy Lavazza coffee in your Keurig® machine: discover the Lavazza range of single-serve Lavazza Keurig® K-Cup® Pods. Thanks to Lavazza's coffee expertise, the Lavazza Keurig® K-Cup® Pods consist of coffee blends made from carefully selected beans roasted through a dedicated process to create a unique flavor.
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I don't see any such statement on Lavazza's website. Could you share a link please?

I believe it is Lavazza coffee but perhaps Keurig/Green Mountain packages the coffee into the kcups in their factory.
https://www.lavazzausa.com/en/cof...-selezione

Click on Product Info and compare the verbiage to their other products
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For true fans, they also offer https://a.co/d/00OYEqi
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Looking at the Lavazza website, it states these are produced by Keurig in Vermont....while their other products like whole beans, Nespresso pods and ground coffee are processed in Italy.
Am I actually getting Lavazza coffee or is this just marketed as Lavazza????
Keurig receives the beans from wholesalers and processes them into packaged pods. Some wholesalers also do it themselves, if cost and logistics are justified.
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Brought these last time, they definitely more like the strength of a medium roast versus dark roast. Preferably I like dark roast texture and taste, this doesn't have it
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I got these last time too. Really weak in a 8-9 oz brew. It's only 9.9g of coffee in each pod. For comparison Solimo Dark Roast has 12g a pod and Starbuck's Pike Place has 12.5g per pod.
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Great timing. Wife just bought a full price 12-pack of Perfetto at the store today at the recommendation of her brother, and she liked it. Much cheaper than the Pike she's been getting at Costco, I think.
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0.34oz ground per cup. It's on the lightweight side. It's lukewarm deal at best.
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