When the coffee is labeled dark roast coffee or medium roast coffee what are the differences in how they are made and how the coffee results? The same goes for light roast beans.
Mikeftrevino said:We need to stress diversity in taste for coffee and it's roasts here in the USA. Us yanks have relinquished ourselves to a weak stale cup for far too long. So long in fact, that most yanks taste a real fresh,properly made cup of coffee and wonder what's wrong with it. When we, as professionals, pidgeon hole roasts and beans, the public follows suit and thinks that's how it should always be, thus cutting themselves off from another world of taste.
YES THEY DO HAVE MORE THAN REGULAR ROASTS BUT I ACTUALLY HEARD THIS WHILE I WAS ON VACATION IN PUERTO VALLARTA MEXICO IT IS ACTUALLY A WEIRD STORY i WAS OUT DEEP SEA FISHING WITH WWW.PUERTOVALLARTAFISH.COM WHEN THE CAPTAIN OF THE BOAT TOLD ME ALL ABOUT IT HE WAS RAISED COLUMBIA AND MY GOD THIS MAN KNOW MORE ABOUT COFFEE THEN ANY ONE i HAD EVER METhaldir said:Another thing I read that I found surprising the darker coffees have less caffeine than medium roasts.