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Hard Charger Coffee

Full Send – Medium Roast

Regular price $20.00 USD
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Medium Roast

Full bodied and balanced. Best of both worlds.

Origin: Nicaragua and Mexico

Flavor profile: almonds and sweet honey

Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Jeffrey Schultz
In too deep

If you enjoy great coffee Hardcharger is for you. Flavor, aroma, quality and customer service is what you would expect from a dedicated owner. Thank you!

Aaron Tarlton
Coffee order

Fresh and very good coffee! Easy to order, fast shipping, boom - bobs your uncle!

Greg Fischer
New go to morning roast

Great flavor. Really smooth.

A Medium Roast You Can Count On!

Full Send is a reliable pick me up. I think I could smell this coffee for days and never get tired of it haha. Highly recommend this roast as it is smooth and has the right notes… pair it with some oat or almond milk and you’re golden!

Elena Kurtova
My Favorite Coffee

I love this coffee, it is so smooth and tastes delicious! I’m picky about coffee and this is the best I’ve tried so far!!! It’s exciting to get packages with personal notes a and aromatic coffee right out of the mailbox. Thank you Anna!!!

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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.