The first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired at the Battles of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775. War breaks out and the American colonists fight for independence officially begins. Revolution roast is our salute to those courageous patriots who fought for the freedom and liberty we have today. This dark roast is smooth and complex with tasting notes of milk chocolate and caramel.
Origin: Brazil, Colombia, Nicaragua.
Elevation: 1400-1800 meters high.
Bean Type: Acaia, Typica, Bourbon, Caturra, Catuai.
Process: Fully washed & natural.
DISCLAIMER: According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, besides death, a severe caffeine overdose can cause fast and erratic heartbeats, seizures, vomiting, diarrhea, and disorientation.
Tried this one for a change and found it to be a great Dark Roast.
I highly recommend it.
I've been drinking the Revolution roast for a few months now. it tastes smooth on the front end and bold on the backend. I find that steeping it in a French press for 3 to 5 minutes works best. I get the whole bean and grind it myself and it is fantastic every time. Occasionally I'll cut it with a little bit of oat milk, to help cool it off. But the milk is not really needed. I've tried several of the other roasts including the swamp fox, militia times three, and a few others. All the roasts I've tried I've been good to great. I have the revolution roast on AutoShip. It comes every couple of weeks. I really like this feature, in the past I've tried a lot of bad coffee because I'd let what I have run out. Not anymore, I recommend trying a few of the different roasts out. And then add them to the AutoShip feature if you are committed. I love this coffee almost as much as I love my Second Amendment rights!
My new favorite dark roast. Smooth and sweet with zero bitterness. No cream or sugar needed for this one. Added to my coffee club order today.
I love this coffee. Very smooth and no bitterness.
Both my wife and I like to start the day off with a bold, strong-tasting coffee that is NOT acidity or bitter. Revolution Roast hits the mark. Truly good to the last drop.