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Lavazza Qualita Rossa 1kg Coffee Beans £6.79 @ Costco
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Lavazza Qualita Rossa 1kg Coffee Beans £6.79 @ Costco

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Posted 13th FebEdited by:"puppydog16"

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I rate this as some of the most drinkable agreeable coffee you can buy at any price point, I think at this stage I've tried 30~ different products, always come back to this as the benchmark, unremarkable but for all of the right reasons:

Smooth and balanced.
wakkaday13/02/2020 21:51

Are these 100 percent Arabica



No. Most Italy produced coffee is drunk as espresso and most of that is an arabica:robusta mix, Illy excepted. This is medium roasted and makes a classic Italian espresso. IIRC this one is 70:30. Other Lavazza blends exist from 100% arabica to much higher proportions of robusta. US roasted coffee, like Starbucks, tends to be pure Arabica but then they ruin it by over-roasting. That Starbucks/Kirkland house blend which Costco sell is dark roast, even though it's described as medium. The Costco Kirkland espresso roast is truly burnt. Starbucks do this because more delicate flavours don't cut through the huge volumes of milk people are drinking in their coffee drinks, and syrup and cream etc.
Edited by: "Pete525" 14th Feb
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Good price
That’s really cheap. Hoping they’ll reduce these ones too at some point:

costco.co.uk/Bus…358
Are these 100 percent Arabica
wakkaday13/02/2020 21:51

Are these 100 percent Arabica


No, robusta too. I really like it however.

Time to stock up again! Thanks OP
Bought it for £10 on Amazon
Thyme13/02/2020 21:48

That’s really cheap. Hoping they’ll reduce these ones too at some poi …That’s really cheap. Hoping they’ll reduce these ones too at some point:https://www.costco.co.uk/Business-Office-Supplies/Food-Supplies/Beverages/Kirkland-Signature-Starbucks-Fairtrade-House-Blend-Whole-Bean-Coffee-907g/p/658358


These (Starbucks) are about £9 ish in the actual warehouse
And imho much better then rossa
Edited by: "johnny007" 14th Feb
Thanks op. Right on time to stock up
johnny00714/02/2020 08:41

These (Starbucks) are about £9 ish in the actual warehouseAnd imho much …These (Starbucks) are about £9 ish in the actual warehouseAnd imho much better then rossa


it was £10 when i bought it last week
I rate this as some of the most drinkable agreeable coffee you can buy at any price point, I think at this stage I've tried 30~ different products, always come back to this as the benchmark, unremarkable but for all of the right reasons:

Smooth and balanced.
The_Hoff14/02/2020 12:36

I rate this as some of the most drinkable agreeable coffee you can buy at …I rate this as some of the most drinkable agreeable coffee you can buy at any price point, I think at this stage I've tried 30~ different products, always come back to this as the benchmark, unremarkable but for all of the right reasons:Smooth and balanced.


Have you tried Starbuck’s house blend? Very dark roast and slightly earthy, but no sour notes
wakkaday13/02/2020 21:51

Are these 100 percent Arabica



No. Most Italy produced coffee is drunk as espresso and most of that is an arabica:robusta mix, Illy excepted. This is medium roasted and makes a classic Italian espresso. IIRC this one is 70:30. Other Lavazza blends exist from 100% arabica to much higher proportions of robusta. US roasted coffee, like Starbucks, tends to be pure Arabica but then they ruin it by over-roasting. That Starbucks/Kirkland house blend which Costco sell is dark roast, even though it's described as medium. The Costco Kirkland espresso roast is truly burnt. Starbucks do this because more delicate flavours don't cut through the huge volumes of milk people are drinking in their coffee drinks, and syrup and cream etc.
Edited by: "Pete525" 14th Feb
Might want to use a 'Z' less in the spelling of Lavazza! When I searched for it, it didn't come up because of the 3 x Zs.
Pete52514/02/2020 13:29

No. Most Italy produced coffee is drunk as espresso and most of that is an …No. Most Italy produced coffee is drunk as espresso and most of that is an arabica:robusta mix, Illy excepted. This is medium roasted and makes a classic Italian espresso. IIRC this one is 70:30. Other Lavazza blends exist from 100% arabica to much higher proportions of robusta. US roasted coffee, like Starbucks, tends to be pure Arabica but then they ruin it by over-roasting. That Starbucks/Kirkland house blend which Costco sell is dark roast, even though it's described as medium. The Costco Kirkland espresso roast is truly burnt. Starbucks do this because more delicate flavours don't cut through the huge volumes of milk people are drinking in their coffee drinks, and syrup and cream etc.


Agreed.

I drink this typically as an oat milk cortado, or a small americano. Very nice.
Brilliant deal! I usually buy a few Kg of this at £10/kg.

I've also tried a variety of beans but keep coming back to this as the best blend.

Just hope one of my friends with a Costco card is planning a trip sometime soon so I can stock up.
Has anyone tried this with a sage barista express? I normally use fresh roasted beans from rave, wanted some emergency beans in case i run out.
Costco’s San Francisco rainforest blend is also on offer, I personally prefer it and stock up when it is
Edited by: "alictait" 14th Feb
RHRMP14/02/2020 17:57

Has anyone tried this with a sage barista express? I normally use fresh …Has anyone tried this with a sage barista express? I normally use fresh roasted beans from rave, wanted some emergency beans in case i run out.


Stick with Rave imo. They do some reasonably priced blends at the lower end of people's budgets and better to support a company in Cirencester who source responsibility from farms and via importers than Lavazza.
damn, good price

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The_Hoff14/02/2020 12:36

I rate this as some of the most drinkable agreeable coffee you can buy at …I rate this as some of the most drinkable agreeable coffee you can buy at any price point, I think at this stage I've tried 30~ different products, always come back to this as the benchmark, unremarkable but for all of the right reasons:Smooth and balanced.


I totally agree. I find it very stable taste wise. I also moved around quite a bit, especially based on deals but Lavazza is definitely my favourite. I also prefer Lavazza over Illy and this usually leads to discussions, let's see
Edited by: "pistachio" 14th Feb
Taste of these coffee is gorgeous
It's a decent coffee, and price is really good but if you want a very good coffee beans i recommend to check Pelini on amazon. That's 10 times better.
Is this an instore offer? Online it's showing as 2 for £15.89.
Madtrex17/02/2020 10:20

Is this an instore offer? Online it's showing as 2 for £15.89.


Yes warehouse offer
Madtrex17/02/2020 10:20

Is this an instore offer? Online it's showing as 2 for £15.89.



Don't forget the online price includes postage. If you factor in the fuel to get to the warehouse on top of the £13.52 for the two bags of coffee, the extra £2.37 for postage is not a bad deal really.
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