December 26th, 1776, George Washington and his army cross the Delaware River and attack the British army in Trenton. Victorious, Washington returns to Pennsylvania with prisoners and military supplies taken from the British. Commemorate Washington’s victory with a cup of 1776 Roast. This dark roast is heavy and sweet with tasting notes of dark chocolate.
Origin: Colombia, Nicaragua, Brazil.
Altitude: 1300-1800 meters high.
Bean Type: Catuai, Caturra, Maracaturra, Bourbon, Pacamara, Kent.
Process: Fully washed & natural.
DISCLAIMER: According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, besides death, a severe caffeine overdose can cause fast and erratic heartbeats, seizures, vomiting, diarrhea, and disorientation.
Rebel Roast and 1776 are the tops!
It’s a great coffee with a smooth finish and great taste. No need for cream or sugar.
This is the best coffee I've had in a while. Dark, bold, and in some ways sweet. Drink it black.
My wife is Brazilian, and after spending the last several years living in Brazil, we found ourselves disappointed with the coffee in the US. She is picky with this stuff. The 1776 roast fills the void perfectly; it has a wonderful taste profile.
Most importantly, we can support fundamental American rights, freedoms and protections while drinking it. Protections that Brazilians, and many others around the world, don't have - and thus can appreciate the importance of. Win-win.