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Old 02-25-2014, 10:17 AM   #51
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If someone served me a very dark roast of coffee, I would be very disappointed. It tastes burnt. I wouldn't say anything unless asked, but I wouldn't want a second cup.

BTW, we really like the Lavazza coffees. There isn't a huge difference between the more expensive Oro and the Rossa. Haven't tried the "Espresso" 'cause I think it's dark, but the other three are all nice.

Since there is a Lavazza store, maybe they sell freshly ground coffee beans. If so, you could get smaller quantities of the various kinds. I wouldn't bother with both Rossa and Oro, just one or the other. I am assuming that you have an espresso machine and will be making individual servings of coffee.

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Old 02-26-2014, 04:01 PM   #52
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...Since there is a Lavazza store, maybe they sell freshly ground coffee beans.....
Better yet JoFleischer, since it's a Lavazza store they might be able to provide samples of brewed coffee for you to try right there. IF you are a coffee drinker yourself, that is. If not, take a coffee geek friend if they're available.

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