Economic Savings Add Up When Using At-Home Lavazza Espresso Machines Says Gourmet Coffee Distributor Aroma Cafe Culture

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A Lavazza espresso machine can help consumers save around $2,000 per year over purchasing from popular coffee houses says gourmet coffee distributor Aroma Cafe Culture

One of the easiest ways to do that is to skip the high-priced coffee shop and invest in an espresso maker for the home or office. For the real coffee lover, it just makes sense, especially with the economy the way it is right now.

As the country slips further into the depths of a recession, many people are looking for ways to save money, yet still enjoy many of the lifestyle choices they have become accustom to. One easy way to do this is for espresso drinkers to invest in an espresso machine. Consumers who invest in their own espresso coffeemakers get to fill their need for great tasting gourmet coffee, such as Lavazza, Italy's Favorite Coffee, while keeping more of their money in their pocket.

"Going into the New Year, one of the goals that will top many lists will be to save money," explains Lili Rousso, marketing director of Aroma Café Culture a Los Angeles-based gourmet coffee distributor. "One of the easiest ways to do that is to skip the high-priced coffee shop and invest in an espresso maker for the home or office. For the real coffee lover, it just makes sense, especially with the economy the way it is right now."

Consumers can save $1,000 to $2,000 per year by having their own espresso machine. Assuming the average espresso at a designer coffee shop costs $3.00 each and the consumer buys one per day, that would add up to nearly $1,100 per year, double that if they are like the many people that purchase two per day. When you compare that to the cost to make espresso at home, which is around $.50 per cup, the savings are substantial. Those who would drink one per day would save an average of $912, and $1,825 for two espressos per day per person.

Aroma Café Culture offers two top-selling espresso machines made by Lavazza Italy's Favorite Coffee- The Lavazza Blue system and the Lavazza Espresso Point ''coffee shop in a box'', system. For a small investment, which is recouped within the first year, espresso drinkers can save thousands of dollars per year. The machines are easy to use and work with pre-ground and measured "capsules" that make the process simple.

Aroma Café Culture, Inc., in Los Angeles, CA, is an authorized U.S. distributor of Lavazza Italy's Favorite Coffee (Luigi Lavazza S.p.A.) and other Italian gourmet coffee lines. Aroma Café Culture distributes gourmet lines of coffees that have been awarded the Rainforest Alliance Certification for following strict environmental and social standards for harvesting coffee beans. To learn more about Aroma Café Culture, visit the Web site at http://www.AromaCafeCulture.com

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