New England Light Roast Coffee

New England Light Roast Coffee

Regular price$16.95


Our Limited Edition New England Light Roast is balanced and bright with a hint of roasted nutty flavor to keep things exciting. It’s got the complexity to pour a great light roast espresso yet the versatility to serve as your daily cup of drip coffee. 100% Arabica Beans.

Contains 12 oz of coffee in each bag.

All orders are shipped from our facility within 1-2 business day(s). For shipping itself you should expect the shipping carrier to take 1-5 business days to deliver your package.

We offer FREE shipping for the 48 Contiguous States in the USA on all orders over $49. Coffee Club orders ship FREE.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Judith Young
Very good coffee!

This is a light roast coffee, very mild and pleasant to drink. I enjoy it and it smells great!

Jason Ford

This coffee is phenomenal. I usually have a touch of creamer but needed nothing with this!
Order up, people!!!


On a whim after watching a "Guns & Gadgets" YouTube video, I made an impulse decision to buy something from Blackout Coffee. On my phone, New England Limited Edition (Light Roast) was the first thing that popped up, so...a couple of clicks later, it's in my cart and I'm checking out. The bag of whole beans showed up merely a couple days later. Ground it up and used my French press = wow! Waaay better than I expected. In fact, it's downright fantastic. People tend to poo-poo light roasts because they're deceived by the...uh, national, popular coffee chain into thinking "darker roast = stronger". But I prefer Light and Medium roasts so I can judge the actual flavors. This New England Limited Edition hit the spot! Also, I've had a few offerings from the other "black ----- coffee co" that is popular now and I've been less than impressed on more than one occasion. IMHO, that company is mostly marketing hype.
So, I gave New England Limited Edition (light roast) 4-stars only because I personally reserve 5-stars for Ethiopian coffees (specifically Yirgachefe). I'm not a coffee snob, but I know what I like. Additionally, I like Blackout's mission and subtle marketing strategy.