I’m not a morning person, so most days call for a steaming mug of tea or coffee to get my day started. The first drink of hot, steaming tea or coffee revitalizes me and makes me feel renewed. It also provides me a sense of calmness while simultaneously providing a rush of energy, which is very useful if I have a long, busy day ahead of me. I’m not alone, according to statistics, because 100 million Americans consume coffee every day. Sixty percent said they can’t begin their day without it! Lately, I’ve been fuelling my mornings with Fire Dept Coffee‘s aromatic, smooth coffee. Fire Dept Coffee sent me their Vanilla Bean Bourbon Infused Coffee and Skull-Crushing Espresso to help fuel my mornings.
Fuel Your Mornings with Fire Dept Coffee
Fire Dept Coffee seeks out the highest-quality beans from environmentally and socially conscious farmers all over the world. They are passionate about roasting and ensure that the beans are as fresh as possible. Fire Dept. Coffee was developed in 2016 as a result of the critical function that coffee plays in keeping firefighters aware and active during long hours. Founder and CEO Luke Schneider is a full-time firefighter/paramedic and a U.S. Navy veteran who partnered up with full-time firefighter/paramedic Jason Patton, who is also the VP of Fire Department Coffee.
Fire Dept. Coffee assists heroes in need through the Fire Dept. Coffee Foundation, in addition to delivering an ever-expanding assortment of outstanding coffee, including its unique spirit-infused roasts. 10% of net proceeds are donated to help give critical resources and aid to first responders who have been injured on the job, either mentally or physically, or who are dealing with other major health issues.
Coffee of the Month Club
If you want to go on a global adventure, you should join their coffee of the month club. They feature a different blend every month. Each monthly subscription is complete with a custom bag. It also includes a detailed description on the back. Freshness is ensured! Why not give yourself the chance to try something different?