Regular price$18.00

Light Roast
Origin: Guatemala
Tasting Notes: Chocolate, Cocoa
Region: Huehuetenango, Dulce Leonarda

This light roast has a somewhat fruity and pleasant flavor. We have brewed this as a cold brew and also as an espresso. If the flavor you are going for is light, fruity and pleasant, then you have found your brew! 

On March 23rd, 1775 in Richmond, Virginia, Patrick Henry is known for delivering his great speech wherein he stated, "Give me liberty or give me death!" This concluding statement before the Virginia Assembly became the war cry of the revolution. We wanted to pay tribute to one of our founding fathers by putting a bag of Retro Warrior Coffee in his hand! 

Roasted to order...
Arriving on your doorstep at the PEAK of Flavor!


Retro Warrior's "Give Me Coffee" has been procured from the Gustavo Mauricio Tello family estate, located in the La Libertad region near the small village of La Mesilla in Guatemala. Huehuetenango is home to over a million people, most of whom are craftsmen or farmers. Although coffee remains the strongest and most valuable crop, it is a highly impoverished area. We provide coffee premiums to the Dulce growers in order to do our part in caring for their farmers!


Check back again soon! More of the story on Give Me Coffee will be posted here very soon! We just wanted to get a bag of this in your hands quickly! 


We are busy pulling more information together that will make your brewing experience all the better! Check back here soon as we are constantly improving the information on our site and will be adding brewing recommendations here shortly! 

Shipping on coffee is free when you buy two or more bags!

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Freshly Roasted Retro Warrior Coffee



Retro warrior Coffee is freshly roasted to order. It arrives on your doorstep at the peak of flavor!

Coffee does expire. This is why we offer subscriptions so you will never be without FRESHLY ROASTED coffee!

We believe in transparency and that your coffee should always have a "Roasted On" Date stamped on it.

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