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Hard Charger Coffee

FAFO – Dark Roast

Regular price $20.00 USD
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Fuck Around and Find Out... kinda speaks for itself

This coffee is a dark roast with a full flavor profile.

Dark like the minds of the people who drink their coffee black.

**Please note, if you want an espresso roast either select espresso grind or write a note at check out and I will roast these beans for an espresso roast.**

Origin: Papa New Guinea and Honduras

Flavor Profile: toffee, chocolate and almonds

Customer Reviews

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Dennis

The bestest thing since a button on a shirt.

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Doug McAfee
You haven’t tried FAFO yet…what’s wrong with you?!?

Smooth, great flavor and has quickly become our go to in the morning! Give it a try, you won’t be disappointed! Not to mention supporting an amazing company!

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Dennis

Very personable and fun to chat with about life. Thank you A

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Sandra Morena
Been searching…

I’ve been searching for a dark roast that has no acidity and is a smooth drink. I found it in Hard Charger FAFO Dark Roast. Search over!!

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Raphael Soares
Great choice

Legitimately the best coffee I've had in years. Owner is good folk, too. Definitely recommended.

Introduce your content

Answer your customers' common questions

What if I dont know what type of roast I prefer?

When polled, most people voted for a medium roast. Its kinda of the best of both worlds and its straight up delicious. A dark roast is great for espresso or if you like to drink it black and love that roasty flavor. A light roast is great for the morning because it has a higher caffeine content, although it can be more acidic with the flavor profile.

Do you have K-cups?

Short answer: no

If you are a die hard K-cup user, grab one of the refillable k-cups and grab whichever bag you like. At checkout select the option for K-cup/french roast and you'll be good to go!

What's the best way to brew coffee?

There is no best way, it is whatever works for you! I use different methods in different situations ie; french press when camping but I use an espresso machine at home and a drip at work.