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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

Based on 23 reviews

The bestest thing since a button on a shirt.

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!


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

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!!

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.