I’m a huge coffee drinker, and I don’t just mean because I’m enormous and happen to drink this magical wake up juice. I mean that I look forward to my coffee in the morning and enjoy each and every sip of it.
While I’d drink any coffee if necessary, I’m actually fairly picky when it comes to the way my beans taste. I like coffee that tastes good and has a lot of caffeine to kick me in the rear after I slide out of bed in the morning.
My good friend Chad from JM4 Tactical shared with me one day earlier this year that he was starting a new line at his company. That new line just happens to be some delicious, high quality coffee.
He knew my obsession with coffee, and decided he wanted to hear my opinion on his new brew. JM4 Tactical is traditionally a gun holster company, and you can read my review of their flagship holster by clicking that link. They have since branched out from just making holsters, and now offer up some delicious coffee.
There were four different initial flavors that I was sent, and they have since added a couple more that I haven’t tried yet.
This is some of the best coffee I’ve had and I’ve been around the country and a few parts of the world tasting various coffees. I’m not saying this because I’m good friends with the guy. If it wasn’t good I’d tell you.
But thankfully, it’s actually really good.
Besides the taste of the coffee, it’s different in a few other ways from the regular stuff I drink. Most prominent is the grind on the coffee itself. This is some extremely finely ground coffee, as seen in the picture below.
It’s almost like a fine powder that, according to my research, helps to translate more of the coffee flavor into the actual brew.
I’m not sure if that works or not, but can say that the coffee does taste good.
Another way they’re different, is that unlike some other coffee brands that make use of rifles in their marketing, JM4 Tactical and their owners are actually pro gun.
In the current climate, I’d personally rather give my money to a company who loves freedom, than one willing to sell their customers out.
I purposefully left less than half of the coffee sit in its bag, fully zipped shut to see if the taste would hold up for this review. I zipped it up in March, and reopened it today. The bag did a great job of locking the flavor in the coffee, and keeping it fresh.
It still tastes good, and the coffee is still fresh.
The bag itself is a high quality item that keeps the light and excess oxygen out, and locking the freshness in. Just zip it closed and you’re good to go.
If you’re in the market for a new pro-gun coffee company, then look no further than JM4 Tactical’s new line. The ones I’ve tasted are delicious, and really, some of the best I’ve had.
And as an added bonus, they’re pro gun.