It’s a good thing that we have a deep bench here at Booze Dancing Central! Since one of us isn’t much of a coffee drinker, we decided to bring in Chuck the Artist for today’s video which features four different nitro, cold brew, canned coffee expressions from Fire Dept. Coffee.
For those of you that aren’t familiar with them, here are a few words about Fire Dept. Coffee taken directly from their website:
Fire Dept. Coffee is a veteran-owned business and certified by the National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA), we’re dedicated to providing great-tasting coffee to people everywhere. Our coffee is freshly roasted in Rockford, IL by our dedicated team of firefighters, first responders, and coffee experts.
Inspired by the vital role that coffee plays in helping firefighters stay alert and energized through long shifts, Fire Dept. Coffee was founded in 2016. Founder and CEO Luke Schneider is a retired firefighter/paramedic and a U.S. Navy veteran who teamed up with firefighter/paramedic Jason Patton who is also a full-time firefighter and VP for Fire Department Coffee.
And here’s what we’ll be sampling:
Fire Dept. Coffee’s Nitro Cold Brew is available in four varieties: Nitro Irish Coffee, Nitro Vanilla Bean Bourbon, Nitro-Charged Latte, and Nitro-Charged Shellback Espresso. For its spirit-infused varieties, coffee beans are infused with high-end whiskey before roasting out the alcohol, leaving behind only the spirit’s bold aroma and familiar taste.
While we enjoy brewing up a fresh batch of coffee in the morning, there’s something to be said for ready-to-drink options, particularly on those mornings when you’re running behind schedule. To find out what we thought of these high-octane coffees, click play on the following video:
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Many thanks to Fire Dept. Coffee for sending us these very generous samples!
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