Dark Roast Coffee

Our extensive selection of dark roast coffees delivers robust flavours and captivating aromas to satisfy serious coffee lovers. our artisan dark roasts unveil the deeper, toasted notes of premium beans from renowned growing regions.

Discover the full breadth of our expertly roasted dark coffee selection by browsing the collection today. Available in whole bean or freshly ground.

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Bag of Full Of Beans Coffee.

Full Of Beans

NOTES OF
Dark Chocolate/Almonds/Caramel

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£6.50

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Continental Coffee Beans spilling out of an espresso cup

Continental Roast

NOTES OF
Earthy/Smoky/Burnt Caramel

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£5.50

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Italian Roast Coffee spilling out of a Stokes Espresso Cup

Italian Roast Coffee

NOTES OF
Smoky/Burnt Oats/Rich

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£7.00

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Decaf Coffee Beans Spilling out of stokes espresso cup

Swiss Water Decaf Coffee

NOTES OF
Cocoa/Nuts/Molasses

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£9.00

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Flirt Coffee Beans spilling out of Stokes Espresso Cup

Flirt

NOTES OF
Stoned Fruits/Dark Chocolate/Nuts

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£9.00

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White Coffee Bag with apple and chocolate next to it to show the tasting notes.
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Bom Jesus

NOTES OF
Apple/Black Cherry/Dark Chocolate

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£9.50

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Impresso coffee pods product image

Impresso - Coffee Pods

NOTES OF
Intense/Smooth/Chocolate

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£4.25

What is dark roast coffee?

We roast our dark coffees above 226 °C (440 °F), this brings out the bold and smoky notes. During the Coffee roasting process (for dark roasts) the origins flavours tend to get roasted out allowing for a similar taste across the range.

How do you brew dark roast coffee?

We would always recommend an espresso machine for a dark roast blend, however these can be expensive so a stove top is a great alternative!

How do you grind dark roasted coffee beans?

To get the most out of your coffee we’d recommend you buy beans and grind them as and when you need them. Depending on how you brew your coffee, most dark roasts will need to be a fine grind. Electric grinders are great but the Hario hand grinder is a great alternative on a budget!