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Lavazza Opens New Turin Headquarters

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Lavazza Opens New Turin Headquarters

Exciting news here taken from GC Mag. "On 12 April, Lavazza launched a new 30,000-square-metre headquarters in Turin, Italy.The new venue, titled Nuvola Lavazza, is designed for the wellbeing of employees and with respect for the environment.Nuvola is not just an office building. It hosts gourmet restaurant Condividere, curated by chef and food philosopher Ferran Adria; a coffee museum showcasing Lavazza's 123-year history; a piazza open to the public; an archaeological site with the visible remains of an early Christian basilica; a large events space for debates, congresses and cultural events; and the Institute of Applied Arts and Design and...

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Lavazza - Coffee Study Program

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Lavazza - Coffee Study Program

What if four students, studying for a sustainable future, could travel and discover the ins, outs and best practices of the coffee world? This is how #CoffeeStudyProgram came to life. If you'd like to find out more about this amazing program you can watch the trailer below or click here.

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Lavazza Gold Selection beans - An in depth review

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Lavazza Gold Selection beans - An in depth review

Lavazza Gold selection beans - 70% Arabica including natural Arabica from Brazil and washed Arabica from Colombia. 30% washed Robusta from the island of Java in Indonesia. Gold selection has the same Arabica/Robusta split as Lavazza Super Crema but the mix of origins create a very different coffee. As an espresso, Gold selection is a bright lively cup with the perfect balance of acidity and sweetness. The washed Colombian Arabica provides the brightness and the Brazilian natural Arabica pushes sweetness into the cup. The unique washed Robusta adds a wonderful aromatic burst of body to this espresso. With milk Lavazza...

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Lavazza Alteco Organic Coffee Beans and the Meaning of UTZ

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Lavazza Alteco Organic Coffee Beans and the Meaning of UTZ

Lavazza has launched the Alteco blend of coffee beans. Composed of a blend of organic beans from precious Central American Mountain origins, the blend is gently roasted to give notes of honey and dried fruit. The finish is of chocolate with spicy notes of bitter cocoa. As well as being Organic: certified BIO, this blend is also UTZ certified, but what does this mean? UTZ certified (‘utz’ is the Mayan Quiché word for ‘good’) was launched in 2002 to establish a set of criteria for responsible growing practices and efficient farm management. The UTZ code now extends to coffee, cocoa,...

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Lavazza Crema E Aroma beans - An in depth review

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Lavazza Crema E Aroma beans - An in depth review

Lavazza Crema E Aroma beans are blend of Natural Arabica from the San Paulo area of Brazil and washed Arabica from Honduras coupled with equal levels of African Robusta from Uganda. A blend with a consistent crema and a strong decisive character, with a pleasant aftertaste of dried fruits, bitter cocoa and precious woods that remind you of a fine barrel aged wine. Crema E Aroma is quite similar to Lavazza's most popular worldwide coffee Qualita Rossa in its blend mix except it is roasted more slowly and in turn it works a little better in professional espresso machines. It...

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