The following roasting descriptions are listed below. Often the roaster needs to apply variations between these roasts and we ask that you trust your roasters judgment.
This is a medium bodied roast. The beans are a nutty brown in color with no oils on the surfacea dry look and touch. We offer this roast style to preserve some of the floral and citrus flavors that can often be found in African and Latin American coffees.
Slightly darker than American roast. Roasting is halted prior to the small hints of oils coming to the surface.
This roast is a fine balance between maintaining acidity and full body. The acidity makes the coffee feel more alive like a pop or surprise when you take that first sip. This roast style results in the coffee beans rich brown color. You begin to see some small hints of oils coming to the surface.
Moderate dark brown still some acidity left. Bitter sweet with a heavy body.
Dark brown in color. Most of the complex flavors of the coffee are no longer present. A smokey undertone is present as the dominant flavor. Depending on the country of origin, the beans are heavily coated in oils. We work hard to ensure you never get a burnt or bitter coffee with this style of roasting.