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OverviewBack to Top
Combining the best Brazilian, Central American, and Asian beans, this smooth, chocolaty blend is an ideal foundation for cappuccinos and lattes. The Arabica/Robusta blend has a well-balanced and intense flavor that creates a delightful drink by itself, as well. Lavazza Gold can be used as espresso or with your drip coffee maker. Available in 2.2lb bags, whole bean.
SpecsBack to Top
|Aroma Notes||Rich lingering|
|Taste Notes||Complex, sharp, chocolaty|
|Finish Notes||Smooth & Balanced|
|Palate Notes||Full body|
|Roast Profile||Medium Dark, Espresso|
|Best For Brewing|
|Drip & Espresso||Yes|
|Species||Arabica & Robusta|
|Country Of Origin||Brazil, Central America & Asia|
|Country Imported From||Italy|
|Customer Review||4 Stars|
Q & ABack to Top
When is this product's expired or Best by day?
Answer by mjackson
We get this product in all the time as it is one of our most popular coffees. It should be good for at least a year from the time of purchase as the packaging is very good at keeping coffee usable for a long time.
Are these beans delivered freshly roasted? Is there a roast date on the bag?
Answer by A
Kathryn, We are constantly getting shipments in from Lavazza, so the beans are always rather fresh. They are not freshly roasted like they would be from a local roaster. On the Lavazza bags, there is no roast date, but there is a "best by" date. Being in sealed bags, the beans are still good for...
i love gold selection but what would you recommend for me to try another selection from Lavazza?
Answer by mjackson
I really like the Pienorama and also the Gran Riserva. I think you may notice as the price goes up on the Lavazza Coffees they get smoother. You may like them more all depending on your tastes and what you drink. If you like straight espresso you may want to stick with Gran Riserva. If you like...