Medium-roasted coffees like Pike Place Roast, are balanced with smooth and rich flavors. With smooth body and subtle flavors of cocoa and toasted nuts. Brewed fresh every day in our stores, it’s a rich, satisfying and balanced cup that is uniquely Starbucks.
Dark-roasted coffees like French Roast, tend to feature robust, bold flavors. You can't roast it darker than this. Straightforward, light-bodied with low acidity, and immensely popular since 1971, our darkest roast is adored for it's intense smokiness.
Starbucks coffees are classified into three roast profiles: Blonde-roasted coffees have a shorter roast time, and feature lighter body and mellow flavors. Medium-roasted coffees are balanced with smooth and rich flavors. Dark-roasted coffees feature robust, bold flavors. Whether it's for afternoon brunch or a Sunday morning cup—understanding roast profiles will help you find the coffee that's right for you.
How to make Teavana Passion Tango iced tea at home: The only difference between making hot tea and iced tea is the amount of tea leaves you use, and of course, ice! Start by brewing a pot of tea using double the amount of tea leaves (3 tsp tea for every 8 oz of hot water). Steep for 5-6 minutes. Add 1-2 tsp of rock sugar for every 8 oz of tea (optional). Fill a pitcher with ice and pour the hot tea in to the pitcher. Stir to cool. Add a little more ice if needed. Find a sunny spot and enjoy…
Blonde-roasted coffees like Veranda Blend, have a shorter roast time, lighter body and mellow flavors. In fact, getting the perfect balance took us more than 80 tries to get it right. Mellow and flavorful with a nice softness. Veranda Blend is perfect for those looking for a smooth, mild, and flavorful morning coffee.