Lavazza Pienaroma Espresso Blend

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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

Please Note: The packaging for this product has been updated by Lavazza but the coffee is still the same.

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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:

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

Answer by mjackson:

It from roast date has about a 18 month best used by date. So I would say at least that long.

Answer by Vesparado:

Longest I've had it on the shelf is 9 months. No Problems.

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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
Coffee Origin
Country of Origin: Brazil, Central America & Caribbia
Where Roasted: Italy
Country Imported From: Italy
Social & Environmental
Direct Trade: Yes
Customer Review: 4 Stars

Cold Toddy

Posted By: ShaneAncefsky-Sales
Jul 26, 2012 11:30AM
Related Categories Coffee and Espresso

Well I am back from vacation and decided to combine my love of coffee with an urge to experiment and set out to find a new way to beat-the-heat-wave we are experiencing with something cold, refreshing, extremely smooth, and fun to drink! My experimental premise was that the coffee had to be cold-brewed. Research revealed that first you need a vessel to hold the coffee and the liquid. Even though I work for the greatest coffee brewing machine sales company ever, I couldn’t find anything quickly that fit my idea of cold-brewing. But I’m a country-boy and we learn to be very resourceful. I found my vessel, a two-liter empty pop bottle. Perfect! To make the brew I decided to use one of my favorite all-around whole bean espresso coffees, Lavazza Pienaroma. To grind the coffee I used the Baratza Virtuoso Preciso with the Esatto electronic-scale base attachment and set the grinder to 12 with the micro adjustment set in the middle. I then programmed the Esatto to deliver 70 grams of ground coffee.  With my vessel ready and the coffee ground, I combined the coffee with roughly 50 ounces of water.  I gave the bottle a shake and I put it in the office fridge for the next 12 hours.  The next morning I excitedly pulled the bottle out of the fridge and had to stop and think for a second.  I forgot that I needed to extract the coffee grinds from the liquid. Lucky for me I did have a coffee carafe nearby and a brew basket with a paper filter that fit on it.  Extraction was a success!  I then tasted the coffee with no additives.  The first thing that came to my mind was “where have you been my whole life.”  The coffee was incredible smooth and had little to no acidity to it at all! Now I had the base to make a cool drink! A quick search on the Internet revealed exactly what I had in mind, a Toddy Coffee!  I mixed it to my liking: Three quarters cold brew coffee, (about 7 ounces), a quarter milk, (about 2 ½ ounces), a teaspoon of sugar and ½ ounce of Stirling Gourmet Crème Caramel Syrup all over ice.  It made about 10 ounces.  Let me tell you.  If you’re looking for a fantastic summer beverage this is the way to go.  I am now completely addicted to these.  Well thanks for taking a trip down an unknown path with me.  Till next time: for the love of coffee!

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