[Homeroast] Travel Question

Greg Hollrigel ghollrigel at gmail.com
Sun Mar 27 15:09:05 CDT 2011


I've taken roasted coffee (with grinder and tea kettle) to England, Germany,
and Greece without problems.

So I'm guessing, yes, it would be allowed to Italy.

Greg

On Sun, Mar 27, 2011 at 10:06 AM, Elliott O'Reilly <ehor at charter.net> wrote:

> My wife and I are going to Italy soon to celebrate our 25th Anniversary.
> Does anyone know whether I am allowed to take a small amount (1/2lb) of
> roasted coffee beans with me?  Another hobby of mine besides almost 10
> years
> of home roasting coffee is collecting Italian stilettos.  I have one
> stiletto in my collection with mammoth bark ivory handles and I will have
> the opportunity to make the maker of the knife on the trip.  I thought that
> I would take him some of my coffee as a gift if it is allowed.
>
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