The degree to which coffee beans are roasted is an important factor that helps determine the taste of the coffee. Before roasting, green coffee beans are soft, with a fresh smell and little or no taste. The coffee roasting process transforms the beans into the aromatic and flavorful beans that we know as coffee.
Medium roasted coffee highlights the complexities that each bean offers from their farm of origin. Region, altitude, soil history, and climate all factor into the uniqueness of each coffee.
Velvet roast describes a roast in-between medium and dark, leaning slightly richer and smoker while still keeping the complexities of the medium roast
Our dark roast coffees retain many of the main medium roast’s unique complexities while adding rich and smoky notes
Our darkest roast, French roast brings out rich smoky tones in each cup of coffee