Fortune favors the bold... roasts included! This one is as thick, dark, and mysterious as your favorite fairy-tale forest. Forget being afraid of the dark: with this cup, you’ll embrace it.
Our first ever French roasted coffee: dark without compromise and seductively sweet. A syrupy body with notes of molasses, pecan, caramel, and bergamot.
"Drinks more like a Medium roast but still very rich and vibrant. " (4 out of 5)
"Ground and brewed in a Keurig, with no creamer or sugar. Delicious taste!" (5 out of 5)
"Pretty good, middle-of-the-road dark-ish roast. Nothing spectacular. Nice, easy drinking." (4 out of 5)
"This is a solid, drinkable dark roast. It's well-balanced and buttery, and the flavor even stands up to a heavy-handed (accidentally!) splash of cream. " (4 out of 5)
"Drinks more like a medium roast as the deep flavors are missing from a traditional dark roast. Gives great aroma to accompany the flavor profile as it is sipped" (4 out of 5)
"This coffee was better the 2nd time! First time, it. was a little too bitter for me, which over-shadowed the sweetness and pecan flavors I was expecting. Next time, it was a lot less bitter." (4 out of 5)
"Great coffee - tasted great and easy to sip on a relaxing Sunday morning" (4 out of 5)
"The flavor is nice, but it just isn't as dark as I would like. " (3 out of 5)
"More of a medium roast and not quite as bold as we prefer but it was a decent medium roast " (4 out of 5)
"This is actually weak for a dark roast. It is only dark in color only. Drinks like a light roast. " (3 out of 5)
"A little weak. I liked it because of the molasses taste, but my girlfriend thought it was very average and too weak for her. " (4 out of 5)
"Delicious, had this almost every morning for the last few weeks. I always use a French press and it brings out a lot of flavor in this coffee." (4 out of 5)
"The beans were a little oily and left a residue on my grinders, but still very smooth and buttery." (4 out of 5)