Nigeria Dark Roast

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Size: 10 oz
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Choffy's Nigeria Dark Roast is an evocative blend that plunges you deep into the heart of African cocoa artistry. Curated from prime cocoa beans of Nigeria, this dark roast exudes an intensity that is both bold and captivating.

Each sip reveals a rich tapestry of profound chocolate flavors, underscored by subtle notes of dried fruits and a hint of smoky depth. The finish is luxuriously velvety, leaving a lasting impression that will resonate with the senses.

This brew stands as a testament to the rich, multifaceted character of Nigerian cocoa, masterfully elevated by the art of dark roasting.

More About Nigeria Dark Roast

The Nigeria Dark Roast is one of our newest products!

Flavor Profile

Dark Chocolaty Flavor, Smooth and Roasted

Serving Sizes

10oz Bag: Approximately 36-42 - 6 oz. servings

32oz Bag: Approximately 55-60 - 6 oz. servings

80oz Bag: Approximately 144-160 - 6 oz. servings

Bean Origin


Who Would Like This Roast?

Someone Who Loves a Deep and Rich Dark Chocolate Flavor

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
Shawn Morrison
Very Smooth - A great alternative to coffee

My first taste and I was in! I think I should have bought a bigger bag.

Cindy Neal
Favorite Boost to My Morning

Absolutely highest ratings given to Choffy’s Nigeria Dark Roast! … since I personally prefer milk chocolate, I add milk to get perfect deep rich cocoa flavor. I top mine off with Coco Whip for healthy whip cream and I’m in Heaven.

John Carlin
Nigeria Dark Roast

The aroma was great and it tasted great too.

Michael R. Stevenson PhD
Nigeria Dark Roast

My favorite!

Lori Thornton
Nigeria Dark Roast

I’ve been buying this for years. It’s consistently the most flavorful and delicious. Don’t be afraid of a dark roast—they’re the best!

Benefits of Bagged Products

For those who cherish a genuine Choffy experience, using ground Choffy offers an opportunity to delve deep into the world of flavors, aromas, and textures.

Optimal Freshness

Freshly ground Choffy provides a richer aroma and more vibrant taste.

Economic Value

Buying larger bagged products offers better value for your money.

Variety and Exploration

Experiment with blends by mixing Choffy from different origins.

Environmentally Friendly

Reduces packaging waste compared to single-serve cups.

Enhanced Brewing Experience

Allows for a deeper connection to the Choffy-making process.


Healthier Energy

Choffy has Theobromine in it, which gives you longer lasting energy than caffeine!

Free Radical Fighters

There's more antioxidants in a 6 oz serving than a serving and a half of blueberries.

Serotonin Boost

Choffy makes you happier by helping your body produce more Serotonin.

Only 20 Calories

With 3g carbs, 2g protein, no fat or sugar, Choffy only has 20 calories per serving!

Nigeria, officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is located in West Africa and is bordered by Niger to the north, Chad to the northeast, Cameroon to the east, and Benin to the west. With its southern coastline on the Gulf of Guinea, Nigeria is often referred to as the "Giant of Africa" owing to its large population and economy. It's a country of diverse cultures, languages, and religions, with over 250 ethnic groups.

  • Geography: Nigeria's landscape varies from mangrove forests and sandy shores in the south to savannahs, plateaus, and hills in the north.
  • Rivers: Nigeria is named after the Niger River, which is one of Africa's major rivers. The Niger Delta, in the southern part of the country, is one of the world's largest river deltas.
  • Climate: Nigeria experiences a mix of equatorial in the south, tropical in the center, and arid in the north.
  • Conservation Challenges: Nigeria faces environmental challenges, including deforestation, land degradation, and pollution, especially in the oil-rich Niger Delta region.

Cacao Trade

  • Historical Significance: Nigeria has historically been one of the top cocoa producers in the world, particularly during the mid-20th century.
  • Cocoa Belt: The primary cocoa-growing areas in Nigeria are in the southern states like Ondo, Ogun, Osun, Ekiti, and Cross River.
  • Economic Role: Cocoa remains one of Nigeria's leading agricultural exports, though it's been overshadowed by the country's dominant oil industry.
  • Sustainability and Challenges: Like other cocoa-producing countries, Nigeria grapples with issues related to sustainable farming practices, fluctuating global cocoa prices, and ensuring fair wages for its cocoa farmers.
Nigeria, with its vast and varied landscape, holds a significant position in Africa both in terms of its cultural diversity and its economic influence, especially with its oil and agricultural industries, including the cocoa trade.