A slightly lighter and brighter take on the Midnight Oil. Retaining a dark edge this blend of roasts features a pleasing and lively acidity which offers a balanced and full-bodies cup that is sure to please.
ROAST LEVEL - This indicates the roast level, or degree to which the coffee is roasted, using visual and other sensory cues in conjunction with technical ones such as temperature and time.
SWEETNESS - This is an overall index of sweetness, since there are several kinds of sweetness that show up in every cup.
ACIDITY - This is the brightness, or lightness found usually in the finish of a coffee. This can be a tart sensation on the tip of your tongue. It is a highly desirable flavor characteristic. Usually the acidity is best evaluated once the coffee has cooled slightly to a warm/lukewarm temperature.
BODY - This is a particular heaviness on the palate, or mouth-feel. Not unlike the lasting sensation of a stout beer, as compared to an Ale. Some common terms used to describe body include rich, creamy, full, thin, watery, light, heavy, and syrupy.