DARK FRENCH ROAST

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DARK FRENCH ROAST

WHAT MAKES OUR DARK FRENCH ROAST COFFEE REAL GOOD?

  • It’s packed in 100% recyclable bags.
  • It works with all coffee brewers.
  • It’s roasted fresh in Seattle.
  • It features rich undertones of raspberry and dark chocolate, and an exotic hint of the Mediterranean spice anise.

ABOUT OUR DARK FRENCH ROAST WHOLE BEAN COFFEE

Have you ever wished that your coffee had a little more pizzazz to it? Are you getting tired of tasting the same-old coffee out of your favorite mug each day at work or home? You deserve an introduction to true, authentic French roast coffee. It’s powerful stuff that will have your taste buds doing a happy dance.

For coffee with a kick, there’s nothing better than the rich taste of Real Good Coffee Co. French roast whole bean coffee. Don’t worry, though — when you buy French roast coffee, you’re not buying a product that tastes too intense. Dark roast doesn’t have to taste bitter — it just has to taste bold. That’s why we’ve created extra bold coffee, which delivers a bold depth of taste with a slightly sweet finish. It’s the best of all worlds, and you’re going to love the results.

Our full-bodied roast doesn’t turn bitter like many French roasts do. Instead, you’ll enjoy a bold cup dark roast coffee that’s both smooth and tasteful to help jump-start your day.

Purchase your bag of dark roast whole bean coffee online from Real Good Coffee Co. and have quality coffee delivered right to your doorstep. In fact, you might want to purchase a few bags of French roast whole bean coffee for the other coffee aficionados in your life.

WHAT IS FRENCH ROAST COFFEE?

French roast coffee has to be one of the most confusing coffee types for many coffee drinkers. First, let’s just put to rest the idea that French roast coffees come from a certain type of bean. They don’t. They can be a blend of beans or one kind of bean. They are considered French roasted because they have been roasted far longer than other varieties of coffee beans.

A good way to understand the difference between French roasted beans and other coffee beans is to compare light roasts to French roasts. To make a light roast, coffee roasters keep the beans in the roaster only long enough to hit their first crack. On the contrary, French roasted coffee beans are allowed to go beyond their second crack. Because they are kept in the roaster so long, the beans take on a richer, deeper flavor with undertones of intense boldness.

French roast coffee beans have another trait that many people don’t expect. They are lower in caffeine per bean than lighter roasted beans. This difference occurs because more of the caffeine roasts away during the preparation process. But don’t worry — your French roast whole bean coffee still contains enough kick to keep you going on those chilly mornings when it’s hard to get moving.

Dark french roast
DARK FRENCH ROAST