As coffee is roasted past full city, roasting characteristics begin to play a larger role than bean quality or country of origin. Some roasters will even buy down on grade for dark roasts thinking that the roast will cover up quality problems. At The Ibis we use the same premium quality beans for all our dark roasts.
If you like a smoother, spicier, and more full-flavored coffee you may want to join the increasing numbers of people who prefer the dark side of the bean. High altitude roasting provides the optimum conditions for dark roasting. The Ibis Dark Roast is taken beyond the full city roast in temperature and roast time. Once again, it is important to pay careful attention to the highly individual characteristics of each coffee to arrive at the optimum dark roast.
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Organic Aztec Dark$11.99
A classic example of the dark roast difference. Smooth, slightly sweet and spicy. Purchase supports an important farming cooperative in Chiapas
Organic Highland Sumatra Dark$12.19
Organically grown and processed by an important Indonesian farming coop. Roasted to a light french roast to produce a full bodied, light acidity, rich, and smooth coffee.
Organic Ethiopian Arabian Night$10.52
Africa's 1st Certified Organic, Fair Trade & Shade Grown coffee! From the Oromia Coop in the mountains of N.E. Africa. Bright, heavy bodied, sweet, spicy & a hint of blackberry. You must try this wonderful African coffee!
Organic Logan Canyon Blend$12.29
A great taste for a great cause! A classic blend of light and dark roasted shade grown coffees; full bodied, slightly sweet, subtle brightness, and smooth. A satisfying all-day coffee.