A collection of seasonal microlots and blends. If you are looking for a fruity filter or a bold espresso this is your range.
Showcasing a traditional smoky dark chocolate taste profile.
These coffees may be an acquired taste to some, but they have been enjoyed by generations of loyal customers and are the cornerstone of Thomson’s DNA.
On the coffees you will notice a circle with a number in it which represents the roast level and has nothing to do with coffee score. Click on it and our roast level chart will pop up. The low numbers refer to dark roasts while high numbers are pointing towards light ones. As a reference Full French is our darkest coffee and its value on the scale is 34 while a Light Roast will be 90 or over.
The scale used to measure the roast level is the Agtron Gourmet and the way it works is analysing the coffee color and translating it into a number scale from 5 to 140. This isn't usually shared with the public since roasters use it mostly for quality control and matching profiles but we thought it's the best and most accurate way of understanding the degree of roast in coffee. If you want to know more about measuring color in coffee we recommend this article from Roast Magazine