Collection: Medium Roast Coffee

Medium roast coffee earns its name from the color of the beans after roasting, which falls between light and dark roasts. Medium roast coffee beans have a slightly darker hue than light roasts but are not as dark as those used for dark roasts. The roasting process for medium roast coffee typically involves heating the beans for a longer duration than light roasts but not as long as dark roasts. This balance in roasting time helps to preserve some of the bean's natural flavors while also developing richer, more complex flavors compared to light roasts. Medium roast coffee is often appreciated for its well-rounded taste, with a balance of acidity, body, and flavor notes from the coffee bean's origin.


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