Dark Theory is dedicated to individuals who have witnessed black triangle UFOs. This roast is inspired by the infamous Phoenix lights incident that took place in 1997 in Phoenix Arizona. Dark theory is a medium roasted Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffee that is bright and beautiful. Our Medium roasted Ethiopian Yirgacheffe is a mellow coffee with a mild body. Distinct flavor notes include nuts, chocolate, and barriers.
Sasquatch Cinnamon embodies the spirit of the wilderness and the unknowns that dwells within. Sasquatch Cinnamon takes on the idea of the elusive ape like creature that dwells in the deep forest of North America. Sasquatch Cinnamon is dedicated to individuals who have experienced mysterious tree knocking, rock throwing, or horrifying cries from the deep forest. Sasquatch Cinnamon is created by infusing cinnamon spice into our signature medium roasted coffee.
Extraterrestrial Vanilla embodies the spirit of the close encounter. This coffee infusion is dedicated to individuals who have experienced contact with visitors from another world. Notable close encounter cases include the Travis Walton incident, the Socorro New Mexico case, the Allagash abductions case, and the Pascagoula Abduction. Extraterrestrial Vanilla is created by infusing vanilla into our signature medium roasted coffee.
Skinwalker espresso is inspired by infamous shape shifting Skinwalker legend. Skinwalker espresso is a special blend of Costa Rican and Sumatran beans roasted on two different levels to bring out the dark bold taste of espresso with the full rich flavor of Central American coffee. This blend truly is the shape shifter. Skinwalker espresso can deliver the perfect extraction from your espresso machine or commonly brewed as your everyday coffee.
The Somewhere in the Skies Roast is inspired by the work of podcast host and author Ryan Sprague. This roast is crafted to Ryan’s taste and is dedicated to his work and the work of others who pursue their passion in investigating the unknown. This Coffee comes from the Western Highlands of Rwanda, dark roasted with notes of red apple, hibiscus, dried fig, berry fruitiness, sweet orange, and cocoa.
115 Ununpentium is inspired by Bob Lazar and his story about S4, alien crafts, and of course Area 51. 115 Ununpentium is named after the element Bob Lazar revealed as the fuel source for the gravity amplifiers on the alien crafts tested at Area 51. Like the fuel used on alien crafts, 115 Ununpentium is a light roast with a lot of caffeine. This coffee hails from southern India. Monsooned Malabar coffee beans are harvested in monsoon weather giving this bean a unique and wonderful taste.