Whiskey Barrel Coffee

May 11, 2016

Category: Vices

When it comes to liquid vices, most people find themselves somewhere on a spectrum between coffee and spirits. Thanks to Whiskey Barrel Coffee you can combine both of those in just one cup with their whiskey barrel aged beans.

After sourcing and blending quality beans, the folks at this Colorado based roasters place them in old bourbon barrels where they sit absorbing the latent flavors from the whiskey soaked wood. After a set amount of time aging, the beans are roasted up in either dark or light profiles resulting in a totally unique bean that brews a bright cup of coffee. Of course, the packaging on this coffee is great and indicative of the attention to detail given at every step in the process. A solid gift for both coffee and whiskey lovers alike, you can pick these up in either light roast, or dark roast for $50. [Purchase]

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