The Best Lavazza Coffee on Amazon

Listing The Best Lavazza Coffee on Amazon was a natural choice. The brand is probably the genuine option for an amazing coffee in the world.

Lavazza Coffee on Amazon

Lavazza is considered Italy’s favorite coffee for no futile reason.


“Luigi Lavazza was an Italian businessman and founder, in 1895, of the Lavazza company in Turin. He purchased a little grocery store, Paisa Olivero, in the old commercial section of Turin (Northern Italy).

Such stores operated as both retail and production outlets for many products. Coffee was bought raw, and then roasted and blended according to customers’ requests.

Luigi Lavazza, soon, got interested in the activity and showed considerable good skills in blending.

In 1927, the little grocery store became the modern Luigi Lavazza company, specialized coffee.


Lavazza imports coffee from Brazil and Colombia in South America, Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Honduras in Central America, Uganda in Africa, Indonesia, and Vietnam in Asia and the United States and Mexico in North America.

Sustainability concerns led to the development of the “¡Tierra! project”, an agriculture plan to improve the quality of the product, its environmental and working conditions in Honduras, Colombia, and Peru.

Branded as “Italy’s Favourite Coffee,” the company claims that 16 out of 20 million Italian families choose Lavazza above other brands.”

Modified from Wikipedia contributors. “Luigi Lavazza.” & “Lavazza.” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 13 Sep. 2016. Web. 31 Mar. 2017 & 4 Feb. 2017. Web. 31 Mar. 2017.


For the sake of readability, I’m suppressing the “Lavazza” term that comes before all names.


All options are rated 4 or more stars on Amazon and have a minimum of 100 customer reviews.


Lavazza Coffee on Amazon – Mixed Blends














Other Lavazza coffees that deserve mentioning are the Grand Espresso – Whole Bean,  the Lavazza in Blu, and the Premium House Blend.



Lavazza Coffee on Amazon – Decaffeinated




Except for the single origin from other countries, and some specific blends, most Lavazza coffees carry Brazilian grounds in their blends.


Single Origin choices that don’t carry Brazilian coffee grounds.


  • Lavazza Single Origin Premium Coffee, Santa Marta


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8 thoughts on “The Best Lavazza Coffee on Amazon

  • 2017-04-06 at 5:39 pm

    This is actually quite fascinating. I’m actually someone who really likes to know where things come from, especially what I eat or drink. You seem like someone who would know what the best type of coffee is. So I’m going to go ahead and bookmark your site so that when I want to get coffee, I know where to go.

    • 2017-04-14 at 3:43 pm

      Hello, Caleb,

      Thanks for sharing your opinion and support. Cheers!

  • 2017-04-07 at 6:33 pm

    Hey C Netto Jr,

    It’s really nice to know more about Italian coffee. I’ve never tried the Lavazza coffee brand, but I’m sure it must be of real quality. It’s Italian coffee, how bad could it be, right? I mean, with all the history involved… How do you dig up these stories? They are really interesting.

    Thanks for the post and congratulations.

    • 2017-04-08 at 5:36 pm

      Hey, Bruno,

      How’s it going? Happy to see you back. Besides having to check up on the coffee itself, the stories are not that hard to find. The internet is full of quality information if you’re patient to research. Coffee taste, on the other hand, has to be tried in real life.

      Thanks for sharing your opinion and for the kind words. Cheers!

  • 2017-04-30 at 10:54 am

    I have the Crema e Gusto & the big bag of beans (ssssnnnifff..ahhh) of Crema e Aroma. Both are really good and have their own distinct qualities. I have to say..the Gusto is fortissimo..?! Not for the faint of heart. Great tasting though. If you’re ready to paint the house, I suggest a cup of this. The Crema is not as intense and is a smooth and satisfying experience. To all who put sugar in their coffee…try without and taste the full flavor of your beverage. You’ll get used to it. Happy sipping all!

    • 2017-05-19 at 6:05 pm

      Hello, Michael,
      You have good taste for coffee. Thanks for sharing your experience. Cheers!

  • 2017-07-06 at 2:44 pm


    That’s quite a historic story there. Why do you think Italian coffee has that reputation? Is there any motive in special? It can’t be just Lavazza, right? I think I need to dig more about Italian mojo to find out. I love their coffee, especially espresso. Very nice post!



    • 2017-07-07 at 8:30 am

      Hi, Berta,
      I think, for some unknown reason, other the innate Italian ability and talent for cooking, the Italians were able to mix blends and find roasting profiles that most people appreciate. Other than that, anything could be mere speculation or good marketing. Cheers!


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