This is my family's favorite morning beverage. It arrives oily and smokey fresh from the roaster, and within a few days it's steaming in your cup. No enormous corporate roaster could or would care this much about freshness. And the cause it supports is also close to our hearts, so it's an easier decision to drink it every day. I can't imagine you would be disappointed.
The coffee, absolutely fantastic, a bold rich flavor that lasts. Better yet, I'm helping a very important charity. I'm getting more as gifts for special Veterans!!!
I purchased a pound of each blend they offered and wow, the coffee was wonderful. The flavors came through and so much better than Starbucks and other premium brands I have purchased or subscribed to in the past. Looking forward to setting up the subscription and enjoying this as my morning and relaxation routine. Thank you for what you have done and for such a wonderful tasting coffee.
— Brian H.
Tatonka Brew is roasted in Memory of SFC Matthew McClintock of A/1/19th Special Forces Group who was killed in action on 5 Jan 2016 during an hours long firefight with insurgents near the city of Marjah, Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Matt's teammates later said he exited the compound under heavy enemy fire in order to find and mark a landing zone in order to evacuate a wounded team mate. Matt was later posthumously awarded the Silver Star for his actions during that firefight.
Tatonka Brew was created with Alexandra to honor her best friend and husband, and is a blend of Central African, Sumatra and Central American coffees recommended to be brought to a medium to medium-dark roast.
Proceeds from the Tatonka Brew will be earmarked for the Green Beret Foundation to support the men of the 19th Special Forces Group with whom Matt served. Once The McClintock Foundation becomes a 501(c)(3) and is able to accept donations, we will discuss with Alexandra shifting support to her foundation.
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Expertly thrown by the potters at Deneen Pottery in Minnesota, these mugs are the only hand made, ceramic mugs authorized by the Green Beret Foundation.
Fitting for the Special Forces and the GBF, these pieces are made in America, by American potters with American sourced clay from Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. The mugs, as versatile as the Green Berets they are supporting; pour hot water in to heat the ceramic for a cup of coffee or place it in the freezer to chill a bottle of Longtab Brewing later in the day.
25% of the projected profits from the sale of each mug are pre-donated to the Green Beret Foundation to help support its vital missions.
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Created by our marketing specialist with input from our female supporters, we are proud to offer the DEL Tank Top for those base commanders who are active and enjoy crushing souls at the gym.
Screen printed by Uncommon Printing, Pacific Northwest Combat Veteran Owned Company, this product further supports another veteran small business.