Coffee is fire roasted to give it a bold flavor without the no acidity or bitterness.
Fresh coffee roasted to order and delivered to your doorstep, office, or retail shop.
The highest quality coffee roasted with the common folk in mind.
My crew @ the station normally consume @ least 2 pots when we’re on shift. We look forward to drinking it. It is funny to see the different faces when they visit & smell the wonderful aroma. Curiosity got the best of me, so I ordered the barrel aged version first & have thoroughly enjoyed it. My coworkers & I have no complaints. I am looking forward to trying different varieties from WMC. The price for the 5lb was cheaper than another 5lb bag from a another coffee brand some fireman drink. Thank you for a quality product.
Wow - this is one of the best coffees I've tasted from Whiskey Morning Coffee. This is a must have brew for anyone who enjoys high quality, delicious coffee.
Keep them coming!
I would like to get on the monthly plan but since the cartons only have 24 K cups I would end up 6 short each month
We sampled the Texian Army blend and the White Buffalo espresso at the Burleson Farmers Market on a Saturday and was thoroughly impressed with the Texian Army version. Since then it has become our daily coffee choice. What I really like is that it has a great flavor out of a regular drip machine. I’ve brewed multiple other coffees with varying methods and this coffee is head and shoulders above the rest. Also, my wife is really sensitive to caffeine and coffee acidity levels and she absolutely loves Texian Army. Added benefit is this company is based in Tolar, TX.
It is by far the best coffee I’ve ever had.
Absolutely perfect. Not too bold full-bodied coffee with a hint of pecan and cinnamon. I love that the flavor comes from REAL roasted pecans and real cinnamon.
We went camping this weekend and brewed this in our campfire percolator...it was absolutely perfect.
Please, please make a decaf whiskey coffee!!!!
Loved the sample - wish they had a description on each one.
100% recommend it though
Got an extra bag to bring to the office and what a hit! Everyone loved the flavor!
I did not expect to really love this coffee, but I did. I found the mint just a hint of flavor and it was not overwhelming. It was amazing to me that it was so tasty and not overpowering, as mint can so often be.
I love your coffee. So many don’t do a dark roast, but in my book, a dark roast is the only way to go. The flavor is richer, deeper, and less acidic. I can drink it all day.
It’s one of my favorite flavors! Keep up the great work’
Feb's coffee, cayenne and hickory was AMAZING!!! The others have not been my favorite, but the coffee itself is good even if you aren't a fan of the flavors in it that month! There are a few of us at work that all subscribe and then chat about it each month. And everyone has had a different favorite so far, so there is something for everyone! Also - GREAT customer service!!!
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I scoured the internet for awesome Texas-themed shirts for my friends and I to wear for the Run The Alamo 13.1, and when I found the “Don’t Austin My Texas” shirts, I knew I found the winner! I ordered 3 shirts and the Texian Army Brew, and when my order came with a hand-written thank you note, I knew I would be a repeat customer. The shirts were comfy and perfect for the race, and the coffee is excellent! I brewed the coffee for the first time while on a camping trip at Caprock Canyons State Park… using a backpacker’s stove/French press combo to make single cups at a time. It was delicious and really hit the spot on some very chilly mornings in the canyon. I could imagine Texian Army soldiers gathered around a campfire waiting for their coffee to brew to knock the chill out of their boots in the morning. I even took it to my office to share with my coffee-loving coworkers… all who have agreed that the subtle smokiness is delightfully delicious and the aroma is AMAZING. I’m excited to try the Bourbon barrel aged coffee and the Crack Shot coffee next! I ordered the whole beans so we can grind to different coarseness (my husband likes using coarse ground beans to make cowboy coffee in a kettle).
Well done, y’all!