Death Wish Ground Coffee, The World’s Strongest Coffee, Fair Trade and USDA Certified Organic – 16 Ounce Bag

Death Wish Ground Coffee, The World’s Strongest Coffee, Fair Trade and USDA Certified Organic – 16 Ounce Bag

Death Wish Ground Coffee, The World's Strongest Coffee, Fair Trade and USDA Certified Organic - 16 Ounce Bag

  • Awaken your inner rebel with The World’s Strongest Coffee
  • Be the best you can be with the clarity and focus that comes with strong coffee
  • Raise your coffee standards with one sip of these premium, bold beans
  • Smooth, never bitter taste with subtle notes of cherry and chocolate
  • Kick bad habits with something just as strong, but 100% natural

We went on a mission to find a coffee that is not only dark, rich, bold and flavorful but also has high caffeine content. We started our search online and came up empty handed. Then we researched coffee varietals, roast shades, and picked the brains of our roasters. After a bit of debate, a lot of testing, and caffeine overload we perfected our brew. Death Wish Coffee was born in late 2011. It is organically grown, fairly traded, and expertly handled. Our roasting team has over 70 years of combined roasting experience.

List Price: $ 19.99

Price: $ 19.99

3 thoughts on “Death Wish Ground Coffee, The World’s Strongest Coffee, Fair Trade and USDA Certified Organic – 16 Ounce Bag”

  1. 1,441 of 1,524 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    MY BLOOD IS CAFFINATED, November 13, 2013
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    A. Smith (La Cité Des Enfants Perdus) –

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    I AM DRINKING THIS COFFEE RIGHT NOW AND I CANNOT STOP SHOUTING AND WRITING IN CAPS LOCKS IT IS SO GOOD AND IT IS SUPER CAFFINATED AND PUNCTUATION IS FOR LOSERS THAT LIKE WEAK COFFEE

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  2. 368 of 396 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    From the Halls of Valhalla to Your Lips, June 15, 2015
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    When this coffee arrived at my doorstep, I knew the time had come for me to finally eschew my life that had come before this day and, finally, become a man.

    Opening the safely packaged box that surrounded the bag of ground energy, I was both exhilarated and frightened. The black package, the skull-and-crossbones, all spoke of the certainty of the product I was about to imbibe. I was taken aback by the package itself, the top sealed even after the plastic tines kept it rolled down and some type of circle, as though I were expected to jab a syringe into this bag, perhaps to use as an IV, stared at me. I thought, in my childishness, this must be some terrible secret to which I was not yet privy. Hanging my head in shame, I accepted that some things would come in time, and used a pair of safety scissors – the only type my infantile self was allowed to handle – to open the bag and access the heavenly aromas within.

    For my first trip into the realms of adulthood, I knew some precautions need be taken. I wore three pairs of pants that day, for safety, and began carefully measuring the amount of grinds into my coffee maker before realizing I was too ignorant to measure these things correctly and simply filled the filter. This, I would later learn, was the most approved method of coffee making and was my first instinctual attempt into manhood.

    In only five minutes I had a steaming cup of coffee and, I shamefully admit, I was afraid. Accepting that I was still young, I applied a healthy amount of milk and two scoops of sugar to my cup. Rather than the calming, youthful tan of other coffees, Death Wish brand coffee understood my weakness and would not allow itself to be brought down to my level. Instead, it would elevate me despite my attempts at self-sabotage.

    The milk granted my coffee a grey pallor, indeed as though the skull and crossbones from the packaging were attempting to form inside my cup; the sugar either dissolved totally or was completely erased from this physical plane, I am still not certain. Accepting that the trip into pubescence was fraught with many a peril, I again hung my head in shame before drinking deep from my elixir.

    In the five days hence, I have had to shave ten times, my shirts ill fit, and my friends do not recognize me for my rippling Adonis-like physique. I hold three full time jobs, have built two homes with my bear hands (indeed, almost more claw and hair than actual hand, truly these are the paws of a great feral beast with which I share this message), and have sired a dozen children.

    Perhaps man was not meant to ascend these lofty heights so swiftly. Perhaps the brand name of this brew is less a boast and more a warning. Perhaps. But that spectre cannot reach me now, not so long as I keep the pot hot and the filter cleaned.

    Thank you, Death Wish coffee. Thank you for making me all I could be, and all I should not.

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  3. 608 of 679 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not Exactly Blue Meth, October 26, 2013
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    I like this coffee. I don’t want to rain on anyone’s parade. It tastes good, the bag is quite obviously cool, and it would make a great gift to a caffeine monster for the gag potential alone (that’s why it was given to me).

    Here’s the catch: like powdered rhino horn, term life insurance, or Carmelo Anthony I don’t know if it delivers on it’s promise. When I first started drinking this (through both brew and french press), I was actually cutting it with decaf because I was worried about tweaking like Tuco from “Breaking Bad.” With no preliminary adverse side effects, I eventually started hitting the powder raw without cutting it – and still my hands were steady.

    I drink roughly 2.5 cups per day, not sure if that makes me a heavy user, but Death Wish didn’t turn me into Jason Statham in “Crank.” I don’t know if Death Wish really is double the strength as regular coffee, or if I’m just immune to caffeine, but I cannot say that this coffee affected me differently than any other coffee. If that’s why you’re buying Death Wish, you have been warned – after all, 19.99 is steep for 16 ounce bag of coffee. My heart stayed at sub hummingbird levels, I was able to operate heavy machinery, and I didn’t stay up till 4 in the morning. In conclusion, I lived with a Death Wish, and I survived.

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