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[Walmart] Lavazza Espresso Oro Whole Beans - 18.97$ / 1Kg Bag

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[Walmart] Lavazza Espresso Oro Whole Beans - 18.97$ / 1Kg Bag

Very good price for 1Kg of Lavazza Oro (Arabica 100%) Whole Beans.

Regular price is 24.99 @ RCS or 25.99 @Loblaws . On sale at Loblaws now for 23.99, still 5$ over Walmart.
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How about Costco one, seems much cheaper.
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I'm not aware of Costco selling Lavazza Oro, never seen that being sold at Costco.
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Make sure the Costco one is 100% arabica. I recall picking one up as the price seemed very good but was surprised to read it wasn't 100% so put it back. I think it was Lavazza but not 100% sure. There was a recent roadshow for Cimo at my Costco and I found their espresso dolce to be particularly good and a medium roast so not as oily for my superautomatic unfortunately it is roadshow only and I did not like the Cimo roast they routinely stock as much as it was a darker roast and too oily.
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Any idea what the roast date is? Kinda important if you're making fresh espresso.
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Costco is crema y aroma or something like that

Is this one oily or dry ? fits automatic machines?
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ikhann wrote:
Oct 5th, 2017 9:45 am
Any idea what the roast date is? Kinda important if you're making fresh espresso.
It's at least 6 months old. I used to buy it
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StEeElNuTz wrote:
Oct 5th, 2017 9:49 am
Costco is crema y aroma or something like that

Is this one oily or dry ? fits automatic machines?
This one is a true medium roast. Not oily.
Oro is 100% arabica.
Crema y aroma has quite a bit of robusta.
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smackioio wrote:
Oct 5th, 2017 9:40 am
I'm not aware of Costco selling Lavazza Oro, never seen that being sold at Costco.
That's because Costco sells different coffee depending which location you goto. Richmond Hill Costco sells Lavaza, not sure about orzo, but the Markham Woodbine does not. Also Markham East Costco sells Illy coffee beans which Richmond Hill and Markham Woodbine do not. Got burned a few times.
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The one at Costco is the Lavazza Espresso Crema e Aroma not the same as the one in the OP
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Sorta warm if you don't have a decent coffee roaster nearby. I'm pretty sure one can grab beans roasted within a few days around $9 a pound, maybe a little more
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crowds wrote:
Oct 5th, 2017 10:08 am
Sorta warm if you don't have a decent coffee roaster nearby. I'm pretty sure one can grab beans roasted within a few days around $9 a pound, maybe a little more
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djredhat wrote:
Oct 5th, 2017 10:37 am
You can also buy a brand new 2018 Kia for $15k versus 2017 Ferrari for 3-400k...
but old supercars would be called vintage as they age while old coffee would be called stale....or compost....?
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djredhat wrote:
Oct 5th, 2017 10:37 am
You can also buy a brand new 2018 Kia for $15k versus 2017 Ferrari for 3-400k...
Coffee beans lose their freshness within weeks. How long do you think it takes for the beans to get from their roasting factory to the grocery store and to your home compared to dedicated coffee shops and roasteries?

If you can't tell the difference between them, you may as well get preground beans from Costco.

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