Medium Roast Coffee

Medium roast coffee is all about balance.  Medium roasted beans often taste of rich fruits, whilst also having a caramelised sugar, chocolate and nut backbone.  They are great filter brewed or through an espresso machine, and are equally enjoyable with or without milk.  If you like a medium roast...

Medium roast coffee is all about balance.  Medium roasted beans often taste of rich fruits, whilst also having a caramelised sugar, chocolate and nut backbone.  They are great filter brewed or through an espresso machine, and are equally enjoyable with or without milk.  If you like a medium roast blend or a medium roasted single origin coffee, all are available.

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Sparkling Water Decaf Coffee

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Sparkling Water Decaf Coffee

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Sparkling Water Decaf Coffee Pod

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Sparkling Water Decaf | Home Compostable Coffee Pods

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Dark Chocolate Cherry Brown Sugar

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The
medium roast process involves coffee beans being heated to temperatures higher
than those used for light roasts but stopping short of the second crack, which
is a crucial distinction. This ensures that the beans retain more of their
original characteristics while acquiring the desirable traits associated with
medium roasts.

One
of the key attributes of medium roast coffee is its moderate acidity. This
makes it an excellent choice for those who enjoy a cup with a smoother, more
balanced taste. The beans undergo a longer roasting time compared to light
roasts, allowing the sugars and oils within the beans to caramelize, resulting
in a well-developed and nuanced flavour profile.

Medium
roast coffee often exhibits a delightful combination of nutty, chocolaty, and
sometimes fruity notes, depending on the origin of the beans. This diversity in
flavour arises from the inherent characteristics of the coffee beans
themselves, as well as the specific roasting techniques employed by coffee
roasters.

A
medium roast is appreciated for its ability to showcase the unique qualities of
different coffee varieties while maintaining a broader appeal. It strikes a
harmonious chord for those who appreciate the complexities of the coffee bean
without venturing into the intense, smoky notes associated with darker roasts.

In
conclusion, medium roast coffee is a popular choice that strikes a balance
between the bright acidity of light roasts and the boldness of dark roasts. Its
moderate acidity, well-rounded flavour, and versatility make it a go-to option
for coffee enthusiasts seeking a satisfying and approachable cup.