Recoil - - Incoming -

It’s widely known that cer­tain RE­COIL staff mem­bers have at­tended 12-step pro­grams for their ad­dic­tion to hot, caf­feinated bev­er­ages. Be that as it may, we wel­come re­lapses with open arms and an empty mug. The lat­est came in the form of two of­fer­ings from Sal­va­tions Cof­fee Co. The vet­eran-owned com­pany sent us 10-ounce bags of their Speed Freak Light Roast and Wild Roast cof­fee. We rate cof­fee on two scales: how good it tastes and how much we feel it. It passed both tests ad­mirably. The Columbian sin­gle-ori­gin Wild Roast has a smooth, bold taste, sur­pris­ing us with some sweet, candy-like fra­grant notes. Al­though its name might make you think you’ll be buy­ing more Sudafed at 3 a.m., the Speed Freak is a lightly roasted Ethiopian that’s also fla­vor­ful and rich.

MAKE: Sal­va­tion Cof­fee Co.

MODEL: Speed Freak Light Roast, Wild Roast

OP­TIONS: Avail­able ground or whole bean

MSRP: $18 each

URL: www.sal­va­tion­cof­feecom­pany.com


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