Thursday, March 26, 2015

New Orleans Roast


New Orleans Roast is obviously located in Louisiana and if it wasn't for elaborate parties and half naked women, New Orleans would most likely be known for its coffee. In fact, one-third of all the coffee on the continent arrives through the Port of New Orleans. New Orleans Roast experts travel the world to learn as much as they can about the quality of coffee they buy. No detail is too small to be considered; from farming methods to climate and cloud cover. Only a small percentage of the world coffee bean crop is deemed exceptional enough for use by New Orleans Roast. Our coffee beans are selected from the top 10% of the 8 million tons of coffee that is harvested annually. At our roasting facility, located in the Marigny of New Orleans, our Roastmaster hand selects and slow roasts these beans in small batches to create a specialty blend of gourmet 100% Arabica coffee that's as unique and flavorful as the city it calls home. New Orleans Roast can be found in multiple outlets, ranging from Hotels, Restaurants, Convenience Stores, Offices, Airports and more. Our goal is to provide a high quality coffee experience wherever you are.
I got to review a variety of products like Single Serve Dark Roast which a traditional French roast, with its bittersweet flavor and rich, smooth character, is a blend deeply rooted in New Orleans.


Single Serve Medium Roast the roasting process of our Medium Roast allows the true flavors and characteristics of the coffee to emerge, resulting in no bitter aftertaste.
Single Serve Southern Pecan Our signature Southern Pecan flavor is created using a mild coffee, which allows the essence of the actual flavor to be the focal point. Having a Medium-bodied, mild acidity with no bitter aftertaste.


Family Sized Tea Bags A specialty blend of high quality tea leaves that are hand-selected for New Orleans Roast, delivering a smooth and refreshing finish you won't find anywhere else; Comes in a 24 Count box.
I also got three bags of coffee in Dark Roast, Medium Roast and Southern Pecan.
My Opinion: My husband tested these out and loved the Dark Roast the best so far but found them all equally tasty. I enjoyed the tea which I brewed and made an iced tea which I love instead of a sugar drink.


To learn more visit http://www.neworleansroast.com
Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.



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