Live deliciously every day by drinking Black Phillip. This one is our house blend for a reason; it's just a classic, delicious cup of coffee that is perfect for any situation. You can't go wrong with Black Phillip.
Dark and mysterious with a little bit of that Indonesian smoothness blended in. Re-Animator is a fan favorite and I personally think it is best suited for a rich, flavorful after-dinner cup of coffee!
A very 'comfortable', drinkable blend. Evokes images of a campfire in my head, for some reason. It's also my mom's favorite blend, so that should tell you everything you need to know.
A sumptuous blend of smokey, dark Sumatran Mandehling with a medium-dark Costa Rican bean that adds a sweet complexity to the brew. Perfect for living deliciously after dinner, though a few testers said it's good for mornings, so really just drink it whenever you want (Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law).
The Hessian is dark and mysterious, with strong notes of dark red fruitiness and a wine-like finish. The Central American bean mellows out the wildness of the African to make a balanced, strong, and dark cup of coffee.
Abominable Snowman (Cold Brew Roasts)
Cold brew is one of our specialties, and Abominable Snowman #1 makes a cold brew that tastes like a chocolate-covered strawberry; not much more needs to be said. #2 is the more popular of the two, being less funky and more of just a damn good cup of cold brew. Beautiful notes of hazelnut and caramel mix with a classic coffee flavor to create cold brew that's smooth and strong, taking well to cream, sugar, or just drinking straight.
American Crow Blend
The blend formerly known as Experiment #12 comes as a beautiful partnership between Spring-Heel'd Jack and incredibly talented collection of artists at American Crow Tattoo, also known as the 'official Spring-Heel'd Jack fan club'. They loved this blend so much, they wanted to name it and do some art for it so I said 'hell yeah', and while the art isn't done yet, I wanted to put it on the store because everyone needs to know that American Crow exists.
This blend is a mixture that's been described a multitude of ways depending on how it is brewed. Notes of graham cracker, caramel, and almond abound; sure to be a blend everyone can enjoy.
Experiment #13 (Natural Brazilian & Harar)
This blend is not what I expected, and that's a wonderful thing. I thought it would be an explosion of acidic fruit flavors, but on drip, it's an extremely smooth blend that has a fruit flavor with no bitterness to it at all. I don't even know how I did that!
Experiment #15 Espresso Blend
Notes of sweet fruit, cocoa and soft nuttiness with a clean bright finish. Pairs well with milk for a noice espresso, coming through like hot chocolate spiked with blueberry schnapps and hazelnut liquor, and should be good straight as well. Great for Americanos!
Experiment #14 (Mexican Bean Blend)
Notes of pecan, brown sugar, and maple abound in this tasty experimental blend. Using a single-source coffee from Mexico (which is new to us), we think this one will be around to stay.