Named after Luigi Lavazza, the company founder, Lavazza celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1995. According to the company:
“When we talk about Lavazza, we’re talking about quality (Qualità), that’s been built up over a century of experience, which is now at your service. The guarantee of quality from our brand comes from the dedicated work of our people and the innovative use of technology.”
You can now visit the Lavazza Italian Coffee Shop at CoffeeNutHut.com.
Reviewers had the following to say about popular roasts:
So there you have it. Not surprisingly, with over 100 years of experience in creating Italian coffee, Lavazza coffee beans easily pass the taste test. If you ever ever holidayed in Italy and hanker after that rich, dark, full-flavored voffee that seemed to be so easy to find in Roma (but hard to replicate in the US), treat yourself to one of Lavazza’s premium coffee blends.
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