Lavazza Grand Espresso Coffee

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4 out of 5 stars based on 9 customer reviews

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A full-bodied flavor with chocolate undertones. Perfect for espresso-based lattes, cappuccinos and other coffee drinks. Available in 2.2lb whole bean bags. Each case contains six 2.2lb bags of whole bean coffee.

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Is the Lavazza Grand Espresso freshly roasted with a date?

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Yes the bag does have a roast date stamped on the side

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Flavor Notes
Aroma Notes: Heady & rich
Taste Notes: Chocolate undertones
Finish Notes: Constant full flavor
Palate Notes: Light but strong body
Roast Profile
Roast Profile: Medium Dark, Espresso
Best For Brewing
Espresso: Yes
Coffee Condition
Whole Bean: Yes
Coffee State
Regular Caffeine: Yes
Coffee Botanical
Species: Arabica & Robusta
Coffee Packaging
Container: Bag
Container Size: 2.2lb
Package: Case
Package Size: 6 of 2.2lb Bags
Coffee Type
Blend: Yes
Coffee Origin
Country of Origin: Central & South American Arabica, African & Indonesian Robusta
Where Roasted: Italy
Country Imported From: Italy
Review
Customer Review: 4 Stars

Treat Yourself! Caramel Frappes and Espresso Martinis

Posted By: Nick B
Jun 15, 2012 03:32PM
Related Categories Coffee and Espresso

The weekend is usually a time to kick back and relax, but, if you're like me, it's also a perfect opportunity to experiment with some new recipes! As the dog days of summer close in, cool off with a refreshing caramel frappe, or liven up your nights this weekend with an espresso martini! You can find frappes almost everywhere these days, but nothing beats the comfort of your own kitchen. For the Caramel Frappe you're going to need: 2 Cups of Ice 1 Shot of Chilled Espresso 2/3 of a Cup of Milk ¼ of a Cup of Ghirardelli Creamy Caramel Sauce 2 tbsp. Of Sugar Whipped Cream   Combine your ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Top with a swirl of whipped cream, and drizzle with caramel for an icy treat to beat the heat! Our next recipe comes from Whole Latte Love's very own Dan Moraldo. Coffee really does mix well with just about anything, so a martini is an excellent choice! For the Espresso Martini you're going to need: 1.5 oz of Chilled Espresso 1.5 oz of Stolichnaya Coffee Vodka 1 oz of Godiva Mocha Liqueur 3 Coffee Beans Ice   When you make this drink, you're going to want to do a few things ahead of time: First brew your coffee and chill it. Using freshly brewed espresso will melt your ice and dilute your drink. For further temperature stability, chill your martini glass as well, sticking it in the fridge or the freezer will do just fine. Combine the espresso, vodka, and liqueur with the ice and shake vigorously. When they're fully mixed, strain into your chilled glass. As a finishing touch, add three coffee beans (one for health, one for wealth, and one for happiness) and enjoy!


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