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By: RobCL911 | Total views: 64 | Word Count: 531 | Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2014 - 1:31 AM

There's the Italian Roast coffee that requires roasting the beans on the edge of complete incineration. And then there's French Roast Coffee, characterized by a deep, dark chocolate brownish colouring and a slightly syrupy taste. Most lovers of the ubiquitous joe prefer the Francais kind because its availability as well as for its bittersweet flavor.
Even with the name, French roast is not French like chop suey is far from being Chinese. The "French" was added give class to the specific roasting style, given the French is the epitome for everything that is classic or classy. French roast is really nothing more an indication that the beans have actually been roasted to a very dark color.
Once or Twice but Not Three Times
When roasted as "French," the beans come out with nary their original taste or flavor. Instead, there is a mix of bittersweet taste, caramelized sugar flavor, and just a bit smoky aroma. Excellent coffee, according to expert roasters, should crack in full at least once during the roasting process.
These same experts understand instantly if the roast is the medium, city, Vienna or full city selection just by checking out the beans during roasting. These mentioned varietiest are considered done immediately after cracking the first time but before they can crack a second time.
A Third Crack Won't Happen
French Roast Coffee, however, is done only after the 2nd split when it is mins away to becoming charcoal, the reason why the beans of this roast look almost black. A 3rd split is not expected to happen with French roast.
Many specialist roasters hesitate to roast their organic coffee beans this way because very or none of the beans' original taste ever makes it "alive" enough to keep their former flavor.
It is not surprising, therefore, to understand that some French roasts are developed from reasonably inferior-quality beans or a blend of different bean types. Even the consistency of the beans are generally destroyed during the French roasting process, making it nearly impossible to impact any flavor, aroma or taste.
Dark Doesn't Mean More Caffeine
Ironically, French roast varieties are less potent compared to light or even medium roasts. This has to do with how caffeine becomes crystallized. Medium roasting, for instance, brings out the crystallized caffeine in coffee yet this disappears slowly as the flame wears over roasting time. French roast is perfect for Espresso and Espresso-based combinations. And none better perhaps than Neville's French Roast Dark Ground Coffee with its toasted, chocolate-like aroma from 100 % Arabica beans ye none of the level of acidity that accompanies light roasts.
Neville's uses only organic coffee beans for all their coffee products, meaning, they were carefully chosen and handpicked, processed without chemicals, and vacuumed-packed to secure in their original quality. All of Neville's coffees are certified by the UNITED STATE Department of Agriculture (USDA) as organic and also by Fair Trade U.S.A as being compliant with fair trade practices. These are assurances that wha consumers purchase are products which are not only secure and environment-friendly but are made by a company that is conscious of social obligation.

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