Coffee, along with tobacco, sugar cane, and cotton, was a crop cultivated by slave labor in the Americas, connecting Black lives to the history of the plant’s massive influence in modern culture. Since then, coffee has been exploited and developed to become the 2nd most-traded commodity consumed by most industrialized nations. In the United States alone, hundreds of millions of people drink coffee regularly to start their day, a midday boost to get them through the remaining hours of their day, or even as a comfort drink. There are thousands of coffee roasters in the US. Sadly, Black coffee roasters only represent a small margin of this highly coveted and competitive coffee market; nonetheless, there are several Black-Owned coffee roasters and brands that are working to shift the discourse surrounding this popular beverage.
Each of these Black Owned roasters is unique with a story worth sharing, and we are here to evangelize it. We are NoirePack, a small start-up based out of Seattle, WA, whose primary mission is to deliver the Black coffee Experience in every box purchased. Freshly roasted coffee from America’s Premier Black Artisan Roasters from Russell’s Gourmet Coffee in Georgia to Blk & Bold in Iowa and Sailor’s Brew Coffee and Boon Boona Coffee in the West Coast we bring you a diaspora of America’s best-hidden gems. Coffee roasting is an art, and every Black-owned coffee roaster is a master of their craft. Order your box today and experience for yourself a cup from America’s Premier Black Artisan coffees.
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