|1x Lavazza Super Crema Whole Bean Espresso Coffee||$25.49|
|1x Lavazza Gold Selection Espresso||$26.49|
|1x Lavazza Top Class Espresso Coffee||$23.99|
Please Note: The Lavazza Pienaroma espresso is temporarily out of stock and will be substituted with another coffee.
Variety is the spice of life and these whole bean roasts each add their own distinctive personality. The three-bag package includes one 2.2 lb bag of Lavazza Super Crema, one 2.2 lb bag of Lavazza Pienaroma and 2.2 lbs of Lavazza Gold Selection Espresso.
are these beans dry or more oily?
Well, I am assuming you are asking based on the fact that oily beans are not recommended for superautomatic machines. None of these coffee beans are oily and all are dry enough to be used in a superautomatic machine.
I was wondering if all the three types of beans in the sampler pack can be ground and used on Bialette stove top coffee?
Yes. All three coffees that come in the Lavazza sampler pack can be used in a Bialetti stove top coffee maker
Thank you Erik.
I was wondering how freshly roasted these beans are. I am a big fan of Lavazza beans. However, I recently bought some from Amazon and was disappointed with the flavor and quality of the espresso and french roast coffee I made with them. I then noticed that the beans had been roasted over 3 months prior to when I received them. This is a great price for the beans and it seems everyone has been enjoying them so far, so would be very interested in buying more. The roast date is on the bottom right or left side of the bag, and I believe will be written European-style, month/day/year.
Most Lavazza beans have a posted shelf life of between one and two years from the date they were bagged. As these beans are roasted overseas and are often shipped across the ocean by way of container, you'll often find them no younger than 2-3 months, typically 6 months to 1 year old. As these are a bulk-roasted product, they're bagged and stocked in such a way to ensure that they can survive without incident on a shelf of a retailer or store without losing much of their flavor.
If you're seeking a fresher roasted bean, I'd strongly advise looking into micro roasters like Klatch Coffee, Paradise Coffee Roasters, Johnson Brothers, Atomic Caffe, David Schulmer's Espresso, and the countless others that are available for purchase. most of these have shelf lives capped at 6 months, with some significantly sooner than that.
Although I will mostly use this for my espresso machine I was wondering if any of these are also good for a drip coffee?
Of course you can use as a drip coffee. They actually will taste pretty good especially the Pienaroma. Coffee is coffee and a lot of espresso blends are good as a drip coffees and also vice versa. It is fun to try.