Lavazza Pienaroma Espresso Blend

$22.79
Reg. $23.99
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4 out of 5 stars based on 23 customer reviews

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A 100% Arabica blend, Lavazza’s top-shelf blend is a harmonic cocktail that produces a full-bodied aroma & a smooth flavor typical of Italian tradition. Available in 2.2lb whole bean bags

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Lavazza's top-shelf blend. A 100% Arabica blend; a harmonic cocktail that produces a full-bodied aroma & a smooth flavor typical of Italian tradition. Available in 1 case (6 - 2.2 lb whole bean bags).

Average Rating : ( 4 out of 5 )

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John asked:
posted on Oct 13, 2013 10:06AM

Question by John P.

I am about to purchase Pienaroma in 2.2 lb bags. How long can you keep a sealed bag and still maintain quality??

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mjackson aswered:
John, It from roast date has about a 18 month best used by date. So I would say at least that long.
Vesparado aswered:
Longest I've had it on the shelf is 9 months. No Problems.

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Coffee Origin
Country of Origin: Brazil, Central America & Caribbia
Where Roasted: Italy
Country Imported From: Italy
Social & Environmental
Direct Trade: Yes
Review
Customer Review: 4 Stars
Flavor Notes
Aroma Notes: Intense
Taste Notes: Sweet
Finish Notes: Deep chocolate aftertaste
Palate Notes: Creamy full body
Roast Profile
Roast Profile: Medium Dark, Espresso
Best For Brewing
Espresso: Yes
Coffee Condition
Whole Bean: Yes
Coffee State
Regular Caffeine: Low Caffeine
Coffee Botanical
Species: 100 % Arabica
Coffee Packaging
Container: Bag
Container Size: 2.2lb
Coffee Type
Blend: Yes
100% Arabica: Yes

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