Dark on Arrival
This is our darkest roast and it combines the flavors of the Colombian Supremo and Brazilian coffee beans. Colombian coffee beans are known for being smooth and having flavors that may include: chocolate, fruits, caramel, and even some hints of spice. This makes it a great choice for blends.
Brazilian coffee beans like to be made into dark roasts, and they do it without turning overly bitter. They generally have a mild, earthy, balanced flavor which shines in our dark roast.
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I gave the DOA, dark roast coffee a try and was not disappointed it has a very unique flavor. I am not a big coffee drinker but enjoy drinking bolo coffee!
Code 4 This is that bag of medium roasted coffee you can grab any time. It just tastes great and goes down smooth. We all know how grueling some of those shifts can be, so take five and enjoy a cup of...
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