Dark Canyon Coffee- Best in the West!
Black Hills Bagels has been serving Dark Canyon Specialty Coffee Company since 1999! Like our gourmet bagels and cream cheeses, Dark Canyon offers fresh, custom coffees unique to the Black Hills. Dark Canyon uses Arabica beans from small scale farmers around the world who get a fair price and who respect the land and environment. Dark Canyon’s skilled Roastmaster custom blends and roasts the beans to create artisan coffee across the flavor spectrum from light and bright to bold and hold….on to your hat!
Black Hills Bagels Certified Barista (and El Presidente’) Jack Jensen has collaborated with
Dark Canyon Coffee to bring you a perfect range of satisfying coffees every day
Dark roasted for a full bodied and bold taste. It’s tall, dark and Havesome! (El Presidente’s favorite…he helped develop it)
Grown high in the Medellin and Armenia ranges in Colombia, these beans are typically washed and sun dried on patios of small farmers. Medium, balanced beans offer a smooth, high caliber cup of coffee to take you to the height of coffee heaven!
Mexican Altura (which means heights) beans grow in the rich,
volcanic soil high in Mexico’s central and southern mountain ranges.
Subtle notes of Butterscotch, French Vanilla and Irish Cream
make this sweet, rich and nutty combination our most popular coffee.
Visitors often grab a pound or two of beans for the saddle bag!
A light roast with a hint of hazelnut in the background. Pair it with a toasted Vanilla Nut bagel and Honey Almond cream cheese. Go ahead…make your day!
Highlander Grogg is our choice for the best tasting decaffeinated coffee. Dark Canyon uses the water processed method to decaffeinate. Shot in the Dark: Espresso shot over a Jax Black for a thick mouth feel – some say strong enough to float a horseshoe!
New Orleans: Medium, dark and complex blend. Bold flavor and a smooth satisfying finish. It’s the perfect roast for lattes, cappuccinos and Machiattos ( a dollop of foam on top of the espresso) Have you tried espresso over locally churned Silver Lining Ice Cream! It’s called Affogato which means “drowned” in Italian.