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7 Ways to Love Lavazza

Sure, you've tasted Lavazza, but how much of the story do you know?

We want you to fall for this iconic coffee, which has been roasted to perfection by the same family since the founder, Luigi Lavazza, opened a small grocery in the heart of Torino more than 120 years ago.

We've brewed up 7 ways for you to love Lavazza. Explore our ideas, then pour a cup for yourself!

Enjoy your Lavazza...

First Thing in the Morning

In Italy, the day begins with a breakfast of pastry paired with a cappuccino. This warming drink is made with equal parts of espresso, steamed milk, and foamed milk. The better quality of the espresso, the better quality of day.

To Warm Your Fingers

Bracing against the next bomb cyclone or arctic blast? Bring a big mug of drip coffee to go, and keep your hands warm during these cold winter days.

To Bond With Friends

"Prendiamo un caffè!" — "let's get a coffee!" A good idea at any time,an espresso break is perfect for catching up with old friends, making new acquaintances, or even wooing that office crush.

After Lunch

Too much pasta? Italians often sip espresso as the exclamation point after a big meal. Trust us: it wards against all afternoon slumps.

In a Pick Me Up

The perfect balance of coffee and sweetness, tiramisù appropriately translates to “pick-me-up." The decadent Italian dessert is traditionally made with ladyfingers dipped in espresso, layered with a rich creamy mixture, and finished with a generous sprinkling of cocoa powder.


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Feeling racy? Make a caffè corretto. This "corrected coffee" is an espresso spiked with a splash of alcohol, such as grappa or sambuca. 

With A Crunchy Cookie

For breakfast, an afternoon pick-me-up, or even an evening treat, pair your espresso with a crunchy cookie. Or two!

Reach us now to avail great deals on a real Italian Coffee Experience offered by Lavazza Blue Coffee Machines.

Contact us at or call at +91 9811392313 for more information on the offering, and place your order on this link.


Source(s): Eataly, Lavazza

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