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    Guglielmo

    I wanted to know if anyone had tried Guglielmo Espresso (www.lespressousa.com), I saw some earlier posts that I replied to talking about it but wanted to know which blends they tried , I only had their expensive stuff (5 Star blend) and wanted to see if their cheaper blends are good as well.

    Thanks...

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    marcoit, how did you enjoy their 'expensive stuff' and have you tried their 'cheap stuff' since you post? If so how does it compare? How was the coffee you tried?

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    CoffeLover,

    I tried their Espresso Bar ($19.00) which is not their best blend but it was definetely worth it. The bag was attractive as well, but beyond that the coffee definetely compared to other's top blends.

    My next order probably at the middle of November will be to try their best blend (which is a bit expensive) but if that fails I can settle for the Espresso bar and be content.

    truly, Mario Ciprese

    by the way I joined the forum to answer your post...but I like what I see here, alot of useful information

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    $19.00 a pound?? OMG! And that isn't their best blend? Drop me a line and I can definalty cut your cost...and the quality...well drop me a line!
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

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    topher,

    it's $19.00/kg -> $8.63/lb I think that is not too bad.

    I liked this blend and may as well just stick with it.

    cheers, mario

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    mariociprese, your entitled to your purchases on coffee but your post seems one sided. You ask peoples opinions of the coffee then when pricing is discussed it seems like your defensive. Lets try to keep open and full of information here. If the beans are right the price doesnt matter but what would make you only want to stick with one coffee or one bean. So many choices out there, what bout the cheaper coffee's from that company, I wonder if they are good that is what I am wondering

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    i was just making the point that it was a kg price. I do enjoy many other blends and actually want to try and make my own so i very much want to get other opinions.

    cheers, mario

 

 

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