Starbucks® Fairtrade Certified ITALIAN ROAST
Roasty & Sweet
The ideal balance of roast and of flavor.
The Story of Fairtrade Italian Roast
This is Starbucks quintessential dark roast—expertly crafted to bring out sweetness and intensity. It showcases the precision and skill of our roasters, who created a coffee that’s slightly darker than our Espresso Roast without the smoky edge of French Roast. A great cup of coffee, it has a depth of flavor that holds its own with cream and sugar.
The Fairtrade Certification Mark is your independent assurance that this product has been certified in accordance with international Fairtrade Standards. Find out more at info.fairtrade.net or starbucks.com/responsibility.
Is your coffee in the grocery stores the same as the coffee in your stores?
Absolutely—only the packaging is different. This is so you can easily find your Starbucks favorites in the coffee aisle.
Italian Roast is strong. It’s a big, flavorful mouthful of smoky sweetness that demonstrates the art of dark roasting. When you look at the beans, their shiny oils are fully on display. They seem to sweat aroma and flavor.
But the amazing part is how this blend of high altitude Latin American coffees stands up to the roast process while delivering a sweet, clean, medium-body experience.
The trick is having the right beans, ones that can take a darker roast, and the right roasting level, to impart the sweet smokiness. Our roast masters are the best at finding the balance between roast and flavor.
- Tasting Notes:
- Intense with a rich, deep flavor and notes of caramelized sugar.
Full-bodied and bold.
- Enjoy with:
- Tiramisu and a slideshow of Rome.
- Multi Region Blend
For more than a decade, Starbucks has worked with Conservation International (CI) to develop and implement the C.A.F.E. Practices program. The program encourages coffee suppliers to grow process and trade coffee in an environmentally responsible way. Starbucks invites coffee cooperatives, farms and supply networks of all sizes and scale to participate. Learn more about Conservation International