Start your day with a cup of coffee that’ll really wake you up in the morning.
Fire Dept. Coffee rolled out its Irish whiskey-infused coffee in time for St. Patrick’s Day. It’s a medium-bodied roast with toffee, butterscotch and vanilla flavor profiles, available both as whole beans and grounds.
Of course, you can’t enjoy a cup of Irish whiskey-infused coffee without an equally Irish coffee mug to go along with it. Fire Dept. Coffee also offers a new, locally made clover mug that’s hand-spun and beautifully created to show off your affinity for all things Irish.
Additionally, you can be proud to order your coffee because Fire Dept. supports a good cause, as it’s firefighter owned, operated, roasted and delivered.
A 14-ounce bag of beans is $20. You can also get a coffee subscription if you never want to worry about buying coffee again and just have the goods shipped straight to your door. There are even K-Cups of a few of the flavors, in case you prefer your coffee-making process as easy as possible in the morning.
If, though, you’re not much of a whiskey drinker, the brand also produces rum- and tequila-infused coffee. The coffee is roasted to order and shipped in a few days, and the spirit-infused line is created by infusing the green coffee with the spirit of your choice, then roasting. The alcohol roasts off, but leaves behind its distinct aroma and flavor.
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