Collection: Coffee By Roast Profile

The flavour, acidity, and balance all depend on what happens during the green beans’ roasting process.

Roast levels range from light to dark; lighter roasts are often sweeter and carry characteristics of their origin. They are roasted for a short amount of time at approximately 350-400 Fahrenheit.

Dark roasts, on the other hand, are roasted longer than other coffee beans, creating a richer, full-bodied taste.

Medium roast sits between light and roast - surpassing the roast time of light roast, but not going as far as a dark roast. This offers a well-balanced flavour with a slight sweetness and preserves some flavours from its origin.