French Roast Continental Coffee

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100 grams French Roast Coffee. French Roast Coffee is not grown in France. It is, however, immensely popular in France. The term “French Roast” refers not to its country of origin but the distinct roasting method applied to the Coffee beans. It is a method favoured in much of France, yes, but also around the world.

Our French Roast Coffee uses some of the tastiest Colombian Coffees around, all blended to perfection. The blend is then roasted using the latest state-of-the-art Neuhaus Neotec fluidised air-bed system, which primarily uses convection heat transfer to roast the beans. A French-roasted Coffee is similar to a Dark-roasted Coffee; in fact, by rights, it is one. The difference between a French Roast and a traditional Dark Roast is that with a French-roasted Coffee, the temperature is high enough that the natural oils found within the beans are brought to the surface, which in turn imparts a distinctive flavour with notes varying from berry to citrus. This particular French Roast is best described as having bittersweet notes coupled with almost toast-like qualities.

But what’s the difference between a French Roast Coffee and an Italian Roast Coffee? Italian Roasts are much darker and oilier than French Roasts despite also being, by rights, dark-roasted Coffees themselves. Furthermore, and arguably most importantly, Italian Roasts are favoured in, you guessed it, Italy!

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100 grams French Roast Coffee. French Roast Coffee is not grown in France. It is, however, immensely popular in France. The term “French Roast” refers not to its country of origin but the distinct roasting method applied to the Coffee beans. It is a method favoured in much of France, yes, but also around the world.

Our French Roast Coffee uses some of the tastiest Colombian Coffees around, all blended to perfection. The blend is then roasted using the latest state-of-the-art Neuhaus Neotec fluidised air-bed system, which primarily uses convection heat transfer to roast the beans. A French-roasted Coffee is similar to a Dark-roasted Coffee; in fact, by rights, it is one. The difference between a French Roast and a traditional Dark Roast is that with a French-roasted Coffee, the temperature is high enough that the natural oils found within the beans are brought to the surface, which in turn imparts a distinctive flavour with notes varying from berry to citrus. This particular French Roast is best described as having bittersweet notes coupled with almost toast-like qualities.

But what’s the difference between a French Roast Coffee and an Italian Roast Coffee? Italian Roasts are much darker and oilier than French Roasts despite also being, by rights, dark-roasted Coffees themselves. Furthermore, and arguably most importantly, Italian Roasts are favoured in, you guessed it, Italy!

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