Fire Dept. Coffee

Jan 26, 2017

Category: Vices

We’re suckers for solid coffee and good causes, so when this showed up at the office we couldn’t resist but to give Fire Dept. Coffee a little bit of shine.

Started by Luke Schneider, a navy vet turned firefighter paramedic, and Mark Williams, a combat vet turned firefighter, this coffee is intended to be a vehicle to both get you up and going, and a way to give back to all those who give so much to our communities. With each purchase of Fire Dept. Coffee, the company will in turn donate to fire service and military related charities. The company offers up a deep bodied dark roast made from organic fair trade beans, a medium roast for smooth sipping throughout the day, and a special bourbon infused roast that goes perfectly with a little splash of the sauce. Each batch is roasted to order and comes at a discount of %15 to all military and first responders. Prices start at $12. [Purchase]

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