At The Ibis we follow an over 100 year old European tradition in roasting our darker roasts. Our Vienna Roast is next in darkness after Full City, then our Espresso Roast, followed by our French Roast and finally Double French (Italian). There can be regional differences in how different roasters classify their roasts. Espresso really refers to a method of brewing precisely fine ground coffee under high pressure. Much of the popularity of our espresso has developed from the custom roast specifications of our espresso blend.
The darker roasts are where roasting equipment and conditions and roastmaster training become critical in producing consistent quality. All of our dark roast classics are blends of our very finest coffees. The blends are intended to produce a coffee that is more interesting, complex, and flavorful than any of the individual coffees would be alone when roasted in the same manner. These are classic examples of "the whole being greater than the sum of its parts."
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Ibis Organic Vienna Roast$12.29
Indonesian and Central American coffees blended and roasted to a classic Vienna Roast. Medium body, light acidity, subtle sweetness, caramel undertones, clean smooth finish.
Ibis Organic French Roast$12.29
A proprietary blend of Indonesian & Central American shade grown organic coffees possessing classic french roast characteristics. Rich, caramely, smooth, notes of spice.
A classic proprietary blend of shade grown organic specialty coffees. Rich, caramelly, spicy, medium bodied, and exceedingly smooth. A classic example of the organic difference.
Decaf Organic Espresso$13.59
A very special blend of organically grown Indonesian and Central American mountain grown specialty coffees. Rich, full bodied, bright, sweet, and smooth.
Decaf Organic French Roast$13.59
Shade grown organic with water decaffeination. Medium body, light acidity, caramelly, aromatic, subtly spicy and sweet. Very smooth finish.
Ibis Organic Double French Roast$12.49
Our darkest roast! Very smooth, medium bodied, caramely, spicy, and smoky. The beans have an almost black and decidedly oily appearance.