Yes, same company.If they are related to the French Truck Coffee in New Orleans, I very much enjoyed their coffee the last time I was in NOLA. I had the "New Orleans" (fittingly) which is an iced coffee drink with chicory root cut into the coffee grind, giving it a smoky flavor. From what I read, during Napeolon's blockade, coffee was hard to come by in NOLA, so they used to cut chicory grind in with the coffee grind to reduce costs and still produce a strong drink...and voila, New Orleans style coffee was born.
The iced version is sweetened with a little cane sugar and milk.
Direct from them. Free shipping on the five pound bag (available in smaller sizes too, of course)- Amazon sells it whole bean or ground for drip, when you order direct from Raven’s press grind is also an option:Where do you buy it?
I must admit the “3 Peckered Goat” coffee interests me.Direct from them. Free shipping on the five pound bag (available in smaller sizes too, of course)- Amazon sells it whole bean or ground for drip, when you order direct from Raven’s press grind is also an option:
My stepdad turned me on to this but I have no idea where he found it.
I wonder how fresh it will be from Amazon? Shipping will be free from Amazon.I don’t know where this counts on the advance level chart, but I am currently digging the heck out of my single cup French press and a coffee called Dead Man’s Reach from Raven’s Brew, a coffee company out of Alaska.
I hope you enjoy it!I ordered Dead Man’s Reach from Amazon. It was $7 shipping directly from the company.
If you haven’t had the French Truck, I highly recommend it. As my wife said this morning, it’s the best coffee she’s (and me) ever tasted.I hope you enjoy it!
I think they do free shipping for orders over $60, so my five pound bag is covered. But obviously it makes little sense to buy that much before trying it.