I have purchased this coffee for my Army Trooper. I have not tried it myself but he loves it! I like to get him good coffee because he just buys cheap stuff for himself. I also love that this company is veteran owned. So while I can't recommend it personally, my son highly recommends it.
I wasn't sure which flavor to get. Glad i started with the Trooper blend. Now I know a good baseline and I can test out the other flavors. If you're not sure where to start pick this one, you won't be disappointed. Great hot cup of joe to start the day with.
The hat and patch are great. the PVC is very high quality and the hat has a deep fit. perfect for big domes like mine
A great intro for me to the coffee brand, I found it savory and tasty. I drink my coffee black, so when the flavor hits just right without adding anything I’m a huge fan. Also a big fan of the company, huge vet supporter! This coffee goes to an amazing cause!
I was really excited when my husband showed me Crossed Sabers Coffee Co. as we had been trying for years to move away from another coffee company. Even though Whiskey Barrel was a dark roast, we knew he had to try it. My husband isn’t a fan of dark roasted coffee and prefers Medium, but he really wanted to try the Whiskey Barrel. He was incredibly disappointed by it. It pours so clear he can see through it and has said there is very little flavor to it. The beans are also incredibly light in color and it looks as though there has been no roasting process to it. My husband said it tastes like a Light Roast, which is fine except it’s supposed to be a dark roast. He still has another bag to try (of a medium roast), but the excitement has definitely died. If the dark roast is see through when poured and tastes like a light roast, how is a medium roast going to be any better?
Gretchen - We apologize for the experience you have had with our Whiskey Barrel roast. Yes, it is more on the medium side of roasting but with its smoky, whiskey flavor it's classified as a dark roast. We suggest adding more coffee to the drip filter to match the consistency of what you are used to.