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Dallmayr Gourmet Coffee, Crema D'Oro (Whole Bean), 17.6-Ounce Vacuum Packs (Pack of 2)

4.2 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
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  • Dallmayr Gourmet Coffee, Crema D'Oro (Whole Bean), 17.6-Ounce Vacuum Packs (Pack of 2)

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Dallmayr Gourmet Coffee, Crema D'Oro (Whole Bean), 17.6-Ounce Vacuum Packs (Pack of 2)

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  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B001GVITAU
  • UPC: 646783152712
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #139,023 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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By Al Lindner on October 4, 2010
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I have one of these espresso machines that does it all, beans in one end and perfectly brewed espresso/coffee out the other. One common feature of these "super-automatics" is that they must have dry beans, not the oily greasy kind the leading American brands produce. This is critical if you want best performance and long life for your expensive machine!

Until I discovered the Dallmayr Crema D'oro, I have used Lavazza as well as Illy and both are great, but after trying this Dallmayr roast I have an unopened kilo of Lavazza that will remain in reserve! For my palate and my machine, a Capresso F9, I will only use these Dallmayr beans going forward. I recommend you give them a try they are simply sublime!
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I have always used Lavazza Super Creama for my Jura for about 5 years now and would change it up here and there and would try Starbucks, Dunkin, Petes, Jamican, Kona, and countless others. But for some reason they all seem like they would make better coffee in a Drip than in my automatic. Then I came across this one and gave it shot. The crema and aroma on this is very nice, the same results as the Lavazza The taste is excellent and a just bit more complex than the Lavazza and a tad bit more acidic. Since taste is subjective all I can say is that if you like the Lavazza you should like this one also.
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I use Dallmayr Prodomo and Crema D'Oro for my high end automatic coffee maker. Other beans are often too oily and will clog the grinder. The taste of Dallmayr Crema D'Oro is smooth and I haven't found another brand yet that has similar qualities.
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I love the Dallmayr Crema d'Oro (Intensa), last July (2013), I was in Berlin, and I paid 14 (euros) for a 1000 g (1 kilo). This means that 1/2 kilo (500 g) costs roughly U$S 9.

Amazon puts a 100 % percent markup on the original German price. Let's take into account that: (1) Those 14 euros included 19 % sales German tax; and (2) Amazon buys this at a whole sale price. Therefore the markup might be 100-120 % or more.

I understand that there are shipping and custom costs involved but it's too expensive for a coffee that you find at any regular German supermarket. It is not a premium coffee! The price is ridiculous.
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Like most people who would be willing to write a review about coffee I am particular about coffee. I especially do not like the greasy, over roasted style that has become the mark of quality coffee in this country. These beans fairly dry to the touch and about medium roast I would say. It is 100% arabica, which is not always the case with European coffee. The problem is that I would prefer single country sourced beans. This coffee, like many, is a blend of beans from anywhere the manufacturer chooses. The taste is consistent but a bit acidic for my taste, indicating beans sourced from outside the New World.
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This is a decent coffee. However, to my taste, the Dallmayar in the golden packaging is far more superior to this. Do not get me wrong, this is a good coffee. It just happened that I like the coffee sold in other packaging...
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For anyone who has had and enjoyed European (especially German/Austrian) coffee, this it literally the crem-dela-crem! Rich, robust and smooth flavor and aroma. No other coffee can quite compare with it.
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I'm a coffee fanatic, not the hippy kind but actual coffee, it has to be strong and have really good natural flavors and aroma. This overall is a decent coffee and unfortunately for me Amazon doesn't carry the brand I really enjoy. It is easy to grind, doesn't have a heavy amount of oil (may partially be why I don't enjoy it as much) and will assist you with getting your day started.
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