Premium Coffee for Freedom loving Americans
Many coffee importers view the world very differently than you do and would support lobbyists that fight against 2A, Hunting and our God-given freedoms. No matter where you buy your coffee, or who roasts it, someone had to import the green coffee beans. Well, we are the coffee buyer, importer, and roaster. So from the farmer to your mug, you can feel confident that your morning coffee has been safely in the hands of patriots.
The Coffee Apostle
Our Q-grade master roaster begins each batch with premium green coffee sourced directly from the farmers who grew it. Paul has been importing and roasting specialty-grade coffee since 2006. Through deep relationships with growers in Central America, East Africa and Southeast Asia, we can bring you the finest coffee anywhere. Every lot is roasted in small batches to make sure the coffee you receive is as fresh as possible.
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Stop Drinking Crappy Coffee
"Great coffee! They are knowledgeable hunters that produce quality coffee and information for hunters."
"It's tough to find coffee that doesn't have a bitter finish these days. Absolutely no bitterness with Hunters Blend. We really enjoy both the light and dark roasts. Great coffee from a great company!"
"Great tasting coffee!! I am a coffee junkie and am usually pretty picky about my coffee. I don’t put any fufu stuff in my cup to spruce it up I like a good cup of black coffee and this stuff is legit. Its smooth and has a nice bold flavor. Hunters Blend is my new Go To."
"Great tasting coffee. Beautiful wonderful aroma. Great people, great company, love that they're hunters and make coffee for hunters."
Coffee With Purpose
We buy green coffee directly from family farms in Nicaragua and Thailand. By eliminating the cut 5-6 middlemen would take, the farmer gets the whole portion (often double what the farmer used to get paid). It's not a hand out or social program, just good business and paying what the coffee is worth.
With the additional income, Diego (Nicaragua) has been able to improve working conditions, upgrade employees from seasonal to year-round, and sponsor over 40 pastors to plant churches. In Thailand, the farm co-op provides dignified employment to 80+ women- many of whom were previously exploited in some form of sex trade.