5 Pound Coffee Bags

Stock up on your favorite brew. Get 5 pound coffee bags of the Barrel Aged, Texian Army, White Buffalo Espresso, or decaf at wholesale prices. Same coffee you are used to, but now available in 5 pound coffee bags at wholesale pricing. 


5 pound coffee bags available in:

Barrel Aged Coffee: coffee beans aged in bourbon barrels for 2-3 months. (Medium Roast)

Texian Army Brew: pecan and cherry wood smoked coffee. (Medium/Dark Roast)

White Buffalo Espresso: Dark roast coffee. Nutty flavor with almond milk texture. The espresso will be dark roast but not have much oil on the beans. (Dark Roast.)

Dry County Decaf: Single origin decaffeinated Columbian coffee beans. aged in bourbon barrels. (Medium/Dark Roast)

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Anne Jablinske
Why do you need a 5 lb bag of Dry County Decaf?

If you must drink decaf, love the taste of whiskey aged coffee beans, and don't want to be caught without it, please consider the 5 lb bags. With all the problems in our current world, you need a high quality decaf that will give you just a little kick, but also provide a luxury item to help you endure the madness! Mad Max approved.

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Angela S
So good!

Love Whiskey Morning coffee, especially the Texian Army brew. Not sure what is better, the coffee or their customer service!

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Holly Bratton
Love it!

Unique, pleasant whiskey aroma and full bodied coffee. Awesome.

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Susan Platter
Morning Coffee

My husband tried your coffee at the Dallas Arboretum. We have been hooked. We both love it.

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Yvette Lara
Incredible Brew!

I don't even know how they got me to try it at an outdoor festival during the hottest day imaginable. But boy am I glad that I did! Bought a couple of the biggest bags they had. Went through them like it was going out of style and quickly got on their subscribe and save delivery list. Even bought a couple of bags to gift the coffee lovers in my life. Others just pale by comparison.

The Coffee of Texas.

Roasted for the Common Folk