Drink it Darker with New England Coffee's Costa Rican Coffee
New England Coffee introduces a new addition to their line of Dark Roast Selects.
New England Coffee Company introduces Costa Rican Coffee, its fourth offering of their Dark Roast Selects ground packaged coffee, at supermarket retailers for consumers to purchase and brew at home. Dark Roast Select Coffees are made with 100% Arabica coffee beans that are roasted at a higher temperature and longer time, producing a darker color. Brewed, dark roast coffees are full-bodied with low-acidity and have a dominating bittersweet, intense flavor.
"Our Dark Roast Costa Rican coffee comes from the Tarrazu region, which is known for its bright and flavorful tasting coffee," states Michael Kaloyanides, Vice President of Product & Business Development. "We have roasted this dark roast coffee variety to a 'Full City' roast profile, which is a medium dark color, to bring out the full rich flavor of this fine coffee. We believe that this is the perfect every day coffee for the consumer that is looking for a bright and rich full bodied taste."
New England Costa Rican is available in a 10 oz. freshly ground bag.
Go to www.drinkitdarker.com to find out where New England Coffee Dark Roast Selects are available for purchase. New England Dark Roast Select Coffees are also available online at New England Coffee's Coffee Shop at www.newenglandcoffee.com/shop, www.alice.com and at www.amazon.com.
About New England Coffee:
Headquartered in Malden, Massachusetts, New England Coffee was founded in 1916 by the Kaloyanides and Dostou families. As New England's largest independent coffee roaster the company prides itself on buying and selling premium coffee and providing the best service possible. New England Coffee packaged coffee is available in supermarkets across the U.S. and brewed at more than 5,000 foodservice locations. Using only the finest Arabica beans, we offer superb blends, delicious flavored coffees, full-bodied dark roasts, whole bean and exotic blends from locations such as Colombia, Brazil and Costa Rica. Visit www.newenglandcoffee.com for more information or follow us on Facebook and Twitter @NE_Coffee.