Medium Roast Coffee vs. Dark Roast Coffee

When trying to decide which coffee to order from Koffee Kult, it is perfectly understandable that you might get a little overwhelmed. After all, how are you supposed to know the difference between dark roast coffee and medium roast coffee?


Luckily, we’ve got your back. Not only will you be hard-pressed to find a type of coffee from Koffee Kult that you don’t like, but we are also about to make your life a whole lot easier with the following guide to dark roast and medium roast coffee.


Medium Roast Coffee. Going by the name American, Breakfast, and Regular, medium roast coffee will look richer than basic light roast coffee. Similar to lighter roasts, medium roast coffee will have no oil visible on the coffee beans. You can expect the acidity, aroma, and flavor to be more balanced, with more caffeine than in dark roast coffee. So, if you need an extra boost in the morning to help get your day going, then medium roast coffee from Koffee Kult has your name all over it.


Dark Roast Coffee. If you like your morning cup of joe to have a burnt or bitter taste, then go with dark roast coffee. Known for having substantially less caffeine than lighter roasts, dark roast coffee is also marked by the sheen of oil on the surface of the coffee beans. If you feel confused when trying to decide which type of dark roast coffee from Koffee Kult you want to order first – don’t worry. After all, dark roast coffee has numerous different names, which include Continental, Espresso, French, Italian, New Orleans, and Spanish Roast.