Personally, never encountered something like this.IDStorms wrote: ↑ Thanks for this info, but what's with all the foreign objects found while grinding the beans?
I still want to try this out, but looks like you have to sift through your beans before grinding, or take the gamble of destroying your grinder.
Lavazza is one of the largest and most famous coffee brands, established at 1895 and I think it's still family owned.
So it's very weird. I'm not advertising them in any way, but their beans never been disappointing to me.
I heard about fake lavazza coffee, maybe this is the reason?
https://coffee-eu.com/en/how-to-disting ... om-a-fake/
Again, freshly roasted coffee will be almost always better than any "long shelf" packed coffee like Lavazza.
But this particular coffee didn't impress me.
Maybe one of their coffees has a profile that I will like much better, but I don't think I will ever justify a full price of 22.50 for 333 grams.
In my case, I use Philips super automat, it uses 11gr of beans for one shot. I have at least 4 shots a day.
I.e one shot costs 75 cents and I will spent at least 3 CAD a day or 90 bucks a month. Too much.
I mean, if it was amazing and my taste buds were singing serenades, I would at least be sad that I'm too cheap. But it wasn't.