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Starbucks is currently going through a packaging redesign. Coffees are now categorized by roast – each with its own color mark (yellow for Blonde roast, orange for Medium roast and purple for Dark roast). Now you can easily find the roast you like and the blend you like within that roast.
Tasting notes: Lively & Balanced
Flavor Intensity: Medium
When we opened our first store in Seattle's Pike Place Market, we wanted a House Blend that captured the signature expression of our roasting style-glistening, dark chestnut beans loaded with flavor. Years later, it's still why people come through our doors. House Blend has a wonderful balance of body, crisp acidity, nut and cocoa notes, and a touch of sweetness from the roast.
Enjoy with: A slice of banana nut bread and an overstuffed chair.
The Flavor of Latin American Coffees. in Latin America, hundreds of years of coffee tradition have passed along the ritual of washing coffee beans free of their sticky, protective "honey." This washing process imprints all of the coffee grown there with a crisp flavor and palate-cleansing acidity.
The Starbucks Roast
Each coffee requires slightly different amounts of time and temperature during the roasting process to create a cup at its peak of aroma, acidity, body and flavor. We classify our coffees in three roast profiles so you can easily find your desired flavor and intensity.
Blonde | Medium | Dark
100% Responsibly Grown. Ethically Traded.
That means the coffee in this bag is helping to create a better future for farmers and a more stable climate for the planet. Because we've always believed in a better cup of coffee.
Find out additional ways we are working with farmers to ethically source our coffee at Starbucks.com/sharedplanet
-Batch Roasted Since 1971-
Only 3% of the coffee grown around the world is good enough to make it into a bag of Starbucks® coffee. And it's always Freshly roasted and packed 100% Arabica Coffee
Roasted and packed by Starbucks Coffee Company