Starbucks French Roast Coffee 88 K-Cup pods
The History of Starbucks French Roast Coffee
The oil makes the beans stutter, and they become almost silent. The master roaster watches carefully, knowing that if they push them too hard, they will burst into flame. As the beans glow ebony, white smoke hangs from their heads. This is a Starbucks French Roast Coffee. You can’t roast it any darker. Our darkest roast, which is straightforward and light-bodied with low acids, has been immensely popular since 1971. It’s loved for its intense smokiness.
MULTI-REGION ORIGIN (ASIA-PACIFIC & LATIN AMERICA).
Each coffee-growing region is unique in its own way, but some coffees are sourced across multiple regions to create unique flavors. Our French Roast uses beans from several regions, including Latin America and Asia-Pacific. Unique flavor combinations are possible when beans from different regions are merged.
|Coffee Type||Dark Roast|
|Item Type||Single Serve K-Cup|
|Packaging Type||Case of 96 pack|
- Dark Roast
- 100% Arabica Coffee beans
- Intense & smoky. Smoky and singular, the pure, explosive flavor or our darkest roast.
- Muted with oil, the tumbling beans turn out to be eerily silent. A master roaster watches, understanding that if he pushes them a 2nd too long, they’ll burst into flame. White smoke hangs down because the glistening beans turn ebony. This is French Roast, and also you can’t roast it darker. Straightforward, light-bodied with low acidity, and immensely famous since 1971, our darkest roast is cherished for its severe smokiness
- NEW LOOK. SAME TASTE.—Starbucks French Roast coffee has a new packaging look, but the same great taste you know and love. You may receive either package during our update