Roast types: Light roast

A light brown hue, a lack of oil on the bean’s surface, and a strong acidity are the characteristics of light roast coffee, often known as a “light city” or “cinnamon” roast. Compared to darker roasts, it is typically roasted at a lower temperature and for a shorter amount of time, preserving more of the coffee’s natural flavor characteristics. The procedure usually ends before the second crack and the beans are normally roasted between 356-401F.