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Lavazza Super Crema Espresso - Whole Bean Coffee, 2.2-Pound Bag (Packaging May Vary)

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Super Crema Espresso
  • A blend of smooth Brazilian coffees, Central American milds and delicate sweet Indonesian varieties.
  • Supercrema delivers a velvety crema and a long-lasting taste.
  • Italy's Favorite Coffee
  • Lavazza Super Crema Espresso - Whole Bean Coffee
  • 2.2-Pound Bag
  • Suitable for espresso (fine grinding) and drip coffee (coarse grinding) preparations.

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Flavor: Super Crema Espresso

A blend of smooth Brazilian coffww, Central American milds and delicate Indonesian beans. Supercrema delivers a velvety crema and a long lasting taste: mild coffee flavor with sweet notes.

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Flavor: Super Crema Espresso
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 6 x 9 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000SDKDM4
  • UPC: 778888890227 800007004328 766536021642
  • Item model number: 4202
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,046 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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358 of 381 people found the following review helpful By Jack Huesman TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 15, 2010
Flavor Name: Super Crema Espresso Verified Purchase
I want to start by addressing the people giving low ratings because the beans aren't "oily" enough. If you've ever had a real espresso, one made by a licensed barista in Italy, you'd know that espresso beans aren't oily; they're not even usually that dark. If you see black beans, you're going to get a bitter cup of coffee no matter how you make it. It is the fresh grinding process and pressurized steam that make espresso so dark and strong in the cup, not burnt beans! This coffee is used in the great majority of Italian households and restaurants; I think most of the bars use a different brand but some of the ones I frequented around Florence used Lavazza. I can tell you from first-hand experience that when you order an espresso in Italy, the barista doesn't get beans that look black...that only happens at Starbucks where they don't care about the coffee being bitter because, as these low-star reviewers prove, a lot of American coffee drinkers wouldn't know how coffee is supposed to look or taste.

These beans are the perfect color; medium to dark brown, uniformly roasted. When you grind them, the aroma fills the kitchen. (By the way detractors, that's another way to tell good coffee. If you don't get a big release of aroma when you grind the beans, it means they've been over-roasted and the oils are all gone...perhaps except for that little sheen you want to be on the surface...I'd rather have the oils still in the bean, personally.)

Just for the fun of it, I decided to test this against my favorite coffee for my drip coffee maker. I was actually quite surprised at how rich, dark, and mellow the coffee came out of a rather poor (but quick and convenient) method of making coffee.
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125 of 134 people found the following review helpful By Average Traveller on July 15, 2009
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Lavazza offer several variations on their espresso beans. Of those that I have tried - I don't recall Pienaroma as being great; Top Class is good; Super Crema is tasty (and produces good crema) but not high on aroma; Crema E Aroma retains its aroma very well but is the most acidic of the Lavazzas; Tierra appears to be the hardest to find in the US but - in my opinion - combines the good aspects of all. So far, I've found it only on Amazon. Amazon also has the best prices on Crema E Aroma.
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59 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Coffee addict on June 10, 2009
Flavor Name: Tierra! 100% Arabica Verified Purchase
I have a Saeco super automatic. Starbucks and Caribou beans are too oily and gum up the machine. Illy is too expensive. All of the Lavazza's work well, but this one tastes the best.
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81 of 92 people found the following review helpful By D. Howell on May 11, 2009
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Complex, maybe more nasal than some of the coffees I use in my Gaggia Classic. There's almost none of the Ethiopian velvety-slick feel, it's almost all European in taste, meaning the flavor tones are more coffee and less fruit and chocolate, the mouthfeel is clean and not coating/cloying. Great aroma from the crema, and great aftertaste, lasts twenty minutes or more easily.

This makes a great straight doubleshot. I don't mix this one with milk/foam, it's good enough on it's own. I never have an issue with grind, pour/pull rate, or crema production.

Not overly caffeinated, it doesn't have Robusta, causes very little 'over the temple' headache when overpulled/thin/underdosed, it's pretty temperature-insensitive.

While I do appreciate some other coffees with thicker mouthfeel and darker flavors (Klatch Belle Espresso, Black Cat), this coffee is lighter and more 'focused' in flavor than those. I find I pull shots of this LaVazza about twice as often as I pull 'boutique' shots.

Just solid coffee, and sets the bar for the standard bean I keep in my kitchen.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Jaykid007 on December 4, 2010
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I thought I would post a quick review while the espresso is on sale. The espresso coffee is great. The bag was fresh, expired sometime in 2012. Please note that these beans are light colored and not dark. The beans are not super oily, however they have a touch of oil so you know the bean is fresh. Other reviewers noted the coffee was not fresh because it wasn't dark colored. remember, just because the coffee isn't dark, doesnt mean its not expresso or fresh. If you have tried Illy Italy brand, the bean in most cases with the red cap is also brown beans for espresso. I tried it a few ways, in my aeropress, expresso machine, and coffee maker.

Aeropress - I did two scoops of beans. A little crema on top. It was very good and nice and strong.

Coffee Maker - No crema and was a little watery. I wouldn't recommend this for regular coffee makers, but if thats all you have, its still tastes good if you want a strong expresso coffee. I would recommend the Aeropress for single cups of pressed coffee especially with espresso beans.

Espresso machine - Again, really nice flavor coffee with lots of crema on the top. Well suited for espresso.

I hope this helps. Im going to pick up another bag at this price.
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Sam G. Mubara on August 18, 2009
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I used it to make French press coffee. I rate it as excellent and better than the more expensive %100 kona coffee beans. The French press tastes exactly like the coffee served in European airports as they use the same beans. It is a matter of your palate. My son prefers the Kona beans. I am lucky in a way to like the lavazza more. Compare $19.09 for 2.2 pounds of lavazza for $29 for one pound of Kona.
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