Gourmet Roast Coffee Varieties
No matter what your coffee preference, Gevalia offers an assortment of gourmet roast coffee that everyone will enjoy. Producing the characteristic color, taste and smell of premium coffee beans, the coffee roasting process progressively transforms the more mildly flavored original beans to a more pronounced, darker roast. Those that enjoy Light Roast coffee tend to prefer a lighter body with higher acidity and little to no roast flavor; our Café le Procope is a perfect example of a lighter roast coffee. Medium Roast offers a greater balance of acidity, aroma and complexity, while Dark Roast coffee is somewhat spicier with a much more pronounced roast flavor. Get the benefits of quality coffee roasting heritage with Gevalia.
Something for Everyone: Specialty & Flavored Coffee
If you enjoy experiencing something new, Gevalia offers an eclectic mix of specialty and flavored coffee that will keep you intrigued. Available in our Signature, Heritage and Passport collections, our specialty whole bean and ground coffee delivers the type of variety many coffee lovers enjoy. Our Signature Collection coffees include blends that hold a broad appeal; the Heritage Collection features roast coffee blends created for a one of a kind taste and the Passport Collection offers distinctive specialty coffee from all over the world. Gevalia also has a collection of flavored coffee that you’ll enjoy. From more traditional coffee flavors like French Vanilla, Cinnamon and Hazelnut, to more adventurous coffee selections like Crème Brulee, Pecan Torte and Raspberry Danish, our flavored coffees offer a range of flavors you’ll appreciate. Visit Gevalia to find gourmet coffee in regular and decaf varieties you’ll enjoy.
From Field to Cup: Gevalia Coffee
The journey coffee takes for field to cup is an interesting one and with Gevalia’s Swedish coffee heritage we know it well. The trail of coffee beans begins in plantations across the world where the beans are harvested and then processed resulting in a cleaned coffee bean. After being dried using one of several different processes, the coffee beans are sorted and then either roasted or packaged as whole bean coffee. One of the most impactful processes in producing the final flavor, the coffee roasting process changes the coffee beans both physically and chemically. Finally the whole bean coffee is graded based on the roast and other factors. Once the coffee beans have been graded, Gevalia then inspects them using our own exacting standards to find those worthy of becoming Gevalia coffee. Whether you enjoy Gevalia’s whole bean or ground coffee, you’ll appreciate the journey it has taken from the field to your cup.