Collection: Light Roasts

Light roasts are heated for a shorter time and at a lower temperature than our other roasts. The beans reach a temperature of between 385 degrees and 410 degrees, typically popping at about 385 degrees (this popping sound is known as the “first crack”). The first crack signals that the beans have reached a light roast. 

Since lightly roasted beans aren’t left on the roasting machine for as long as dark roasted beans, more moisture remains inside the bean, resulting in a denser coffee. Light roast coffees are characterized by their light brown color, lack of oil on the surface of the beans and a light body