Black Rifle Coffee Company

Sep 18, 2017

Category: Vices

Initially founded as a means to provide high-quality roast-to-order coffee for veteran and pro-2A communities, Black Rifle Coffee is a veteran-owned personal roaster that brings the bold world of the armed services right into your morning mug. It’s what founder Evan Hafer claims to be, “the combination of my two favorite passions.” He’s speaking, of course, about roasting and firearms.

At its core, Black Rifle is a premium conservative coffee company, carefully sourcing their beans from a handful of farms in South America and roasted right here in the USA. They offer a variety of blends that encompass the full spectrum of light to seriously dark roasts for preferred palates across the states. Also, in addition to their fine roasted blends, Black Rifle also offers a plethora of coffee-infused gear from Java Drips and presses to growlers and mugs among many others. Who says coffee had to be pretentious? Be sure to drop them a line if interested.

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