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[Costco] (expired) Lavazza Kilimanjaro Coffee 6 pack x 340 g for $19.97

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[Costco] (expired) Lavazza Kilimanjaro Coffee 6 pack x 340 g for $19.97

Costco.ca has this coffee under their hot buy section.
Lavazza Kilimanjaro Single Origin Specialty Drip Coffee

https://www.costco.ca/Lavazza-Kilimanja ... 23341.html
Last edited by gananoque on Oct 12th, 2018 12:14 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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what type of grind is this?
Coarse to use in a regular coffee machine (with paper filter) or fine like the one used in espresso machine ?
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Great price! It is ground though, won't work for me :(
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I recently switched to buy freshly roasted beans and it really tastes much better than those prepackaged grounds, even for a drip coffee that I make at home!
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Great deal. 30 packs comes out to $2.87 each + 3kg of free salt (with the Masterpass promo, of course). I'll be fully caffeinated til Christmas at least.
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superbigjay wrote:
Oct 11th, 2018 10:30 am
what type of grind is this?
Coarse to use in a regular coffee machine (with paper filter) or fine like the one used in espresso machine ?
i tried this brand (not this flavour i believe) in an espresso machine (breville barista) and the results were not that great...
i recalled the grind was on the fine side but i believe the issue was inconsistency
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barmadrid wrote:
Oct 11th, 2018 10:35 am
I recently switched to buy freshly roasted beans and it really tastes much better than those prepackaged grounds, even for a drip coffee that I make at home!
Wow you are roasting it yourself ?
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Spaceballs wrote:
Oct 11th, 2018 11:48 am
Wow you are roasting it yourself ?
I assume he grounds them himself.
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Spaceballs wrote:
Oct 11th, 2018 11:48 am
Wow you are roasting it yourself ?
mrobillard wrote:
Oct 11th, 2018 11:50 am
I assume he grounds them himself.
Buy the beans, ground them myself with $40 coffee grinder!
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How is this compared to PC ground coffee?
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Thanks OP. Shipping & Handling Included so you pay exactly $19.97.
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You can find all the details about this roast from the Lavazza US site here
https://www.lavazza.us/en_US/coffee/gro ... njaro.html

AROMA
Hints of ripe cherries
TASTE
Fresh and fruity

The blend
This blend is expertly selected, roasted and ground, as specified by our quality standards.

The grinding
The beans are ideally ground, neither too fine nor too coarse, to guarantee a perfect cup of coffee every time.
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gumby wrote:
Oct 11th, 2018 1:38 pm
You can find all the details about this roast from the Lavazza US site here
https://www.lavazza.us/en_US/coffee/gro ... njaro.html

AROMA
Hints of ripe cherries
TASTE
Fresh and fruity

The blend
This blend is expertly selected, roasted and ground, as specified by our quality standards.

The grinding
The beans are ideally ground, neither too fine nor too coarse, to guarantee a perfect cup of coffee every time.
Thanks for that. I tried this brand for the time ever this week (the Crema e Gusto package) and it is pretty good. London Drugs has the
Qualita Oro for $4.99 or something this week. Will pick up that one too and give it a try too.

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