2ALDI Lazzio Coffee

ALDI Lazzio Coffee

2ALDI Lazzio Coffee

39 reviews



39 reviews
Shannay A.
Shannay A.South East Queensland, QLD3 posts

Well rounded great value for money

I have been buying and using the lazzio medium roast now for over 2 years, its a consistent blend ,not to bitter like the dark roast and has an taste, used in delonghi full automatic and not jura j9 Show details
Mureed A.
Mureed A.79 posts

Great value for money

I was quite impressed with the quality of this coffee ☕. It's certainly better than the overatted rubbish brands called Vittoria & Lavazza. Lazio has a lovely taste & beautiful Crema.
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BriSouth East Queensland, QLD33 posts

No taste, bland and boring

It is a mystery how Aldi Lazzio dark ground coffee can claim that it's award winning coffee. It is supposed to be strong, rich and blablabla, but it's just weak and bland. I will not buy it again. Very disappointing,
KitLIllawarra, NSW4 posts

Has the pre-ground version of Lazzio coffee (Aldi) changed recently?

We have been buying Lazzio coffee for use in a filter for a couple of years now, so we know what it looks like, smells like, tastes like, and feels like (the fineness of the grind). The current batch is coarser (last two-three weeks) and makes weaker coffee. Has anyone else noticed this? Show details
castreej92 posts

Great flavour

Bought the Peru ground coffee, only 250gm to see what we thought of it before buying a bigger bag, we’ve been buying expensive organic fair trade coffee, but this Lazio Peruvian coffee was excellent, lovely flavour, smooth, at a fraction of the price! Going back to get more! Show details
Robert John
Robert JohnGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC122 posts

Absolutely fantastic beans

I swear by these beans. Very fruity flavour and never bitter once dialled in correctly. Decent crema. Will try the Brazillian beans next hopefully they are just as good. Show details
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TiaSouth East Queensland, QLD6 posts
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David. P
David. PSydney, NSW23 posts

Good for the price

Lazio ground coffee purchased for $8:99, I found better taste than other major brands and for my taste 25 grams is ideal for a plunger, so twenty cups for around 36 cents a cup is good value. 20 grams was too weak for my taste. 375 Ml of water was used. Show details
KikkiAustralian Capital Territory2 posts

Great price - brilliant taste!

This is a mild to medium roast coffee, which seems not to be the taste preferred by those who like their beans dark roasted.
I love the gentler roasts, and this coffee has a lovely complexity and smoothness to it. It has a lovely chocolate top note and a sweet raisiny finish.
And it’s Fair Trade and Organic - big bonus.
I used to manage a coffee shop, so I know my beans. It’s a good quality Arabica.
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No so good

I bought a bag on reviews raving how good they where I have a ecm synchronika I made 6 cups to dial it in I will not be making any more Show details
Maggie24 posts

Best beans for the price

I have a delongi magnifica coffee machine and i use Aldi Lazzio coffee beans, the taste is rich and smooth and my house smells lovely, 100% quality i would highly recommend it. Show details
Paul Jarman
Paul JarmanSydney, NSW3 posts

Nice Coffee

No problems with Lazzio coffee been drinking it for over a year now and highly recommend it. Show details
dare2goRichmond-Tweed, NSW6 posts

Lazio Organic Fair Trade Honduras

A lovely and mild coffee, well worth the price of $4.99 per 250 grams. Having visited several coffee growing regions in Latin America, we appreciate to find a Fair Trade Product.
If you like your coffee with a bit more bite, try the Peru variety. We found the one from Peru a little too bitter. Show details
Izza6 posts

Great Coffee

It's excellent and great value for money. Highly Recommended.

The negative reviews on here are most likely fake imo. Show details

RobSouth-Eastern Region, NSW

What happened?

I've been drinking the medium roast for years. Recently I noticed it was burnt and 'off' but thought I was a bit off. Then my daughter visited and said it was undrinkable. I went out and bought another brand to do a taste test and yes the Lazzio was awful. I examined the packet for a batch number or production code but could not find one. How do they monitor quality control? I could take it back to Aldi but frankly that isn't my job. Show details

Questions & Answers

Andrea V.
Andrea V.

I am very happy to see Lazio Colombia coffee beans back in Aldi. It is great to have this product back. What represents the map in the product? Is not very clear as it not the map of Colombia. Looks very weird.


Is this coffee free from traces of nuts and peanuts? I have an allergy


Just wondering if Aldi have changed companies of there coffee supplier? I have now had 3 x 1kg bags with different expiry dates and they are simply awful. The dark roast beans are very dry and light in colour. Do not grind well and are very week to taste. We drink black coffee and have had these beans for years without change . Ever since there was a shortage at Aldi, there beans have been different since they have been back on the shelves. Has anyone else experienced this?


I buy them every fortnight and haven’t had a problem, i buy dark beans 1kg pack.


I agree with you. I think they have changed


Thank you for your confirmation I haven't bought the coffee beans in months now. Have been using Urban coffee beans from Coles(blue bag 10 strength) and are delicious always the same abd $12 per kg.

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