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The robust flavor of coffee has long been enjoyed as a morning wake up, but more and more these days it is being used as a culinary ingredient. Surprisingly, the flavor of coffee isn’t as bold in cooking and adds more of a subtle, wonderfully pleasant background note.

Coffee, black pepper, cumin, Alderwood smoked salt, brown sugar, cocoa, mustard, coriander and chipotle

Sure, you can use our coffee rub to caramelize and sear a tasty steak, but also give it a try on other meats and in chili, sauces and more. We've even created a great Rigatoni with Coffee Spiced Sausage recipe for it. We handcraft this blend by starting with a dark roast coffee and mix into it just the right amount of black pepper, cumin, Alderwood smoke salt, brown sugar, cocoa, mustard, coriander and chipotle.

"I just wanted to say thanks for the awesome website. A friend sent me your website and I was like a kid in a candy store seeing your wide variety of spices, salts, herbs, etc. Being someone that's not extremely well versed in what I'd consider 'exotic' ingredients, it was an absolute pleasure to see the products' history, uses, taste and general information. Just wanted to voice my appreciation. Thanks so much!"
- -Reyna of Raleigh, NC