Why give that mermaid all your green? Here's a great way to make Frappuccino's at home with our Black Magic Cold Brew.
We couldn't be happier than our recent pairing with the Gibsunday IG page. Check out this awesome contest we have brewing with them.
Monday Mayhem Spotify Takeover; Eric Bower from Broken Lamps celebrating Tura Satana and Ennio Morricone.
I think the easiest way to describe this Monday Mayhem, in a blanket, easy to digest way is this. Imagine the songs from a Quentin Tarantino movie that has never been released, played by an all-original band led by a guy who paid his dues in the Philly Punk Scene.
Eric Bower of the Broken Lamps put this playlist together as part of our week to honor what would have been Tura Satana's 82nd birthday. As most of you know, Tura was the star of the big daddy of all B’-movie/Sexploitation films ‘Faster Pussycat, Kill, Kill’. We honored her legacy by making an officially licensed Tura Satana Coffee.
Eric put this playlist together over the weekend and today we wake to find the passing of Ennio Morricone who scored countless Italian Spaghetti Westerns and was most famous for the soundtrack to ‘The Good, The Bad and the Ugly’. The Italian Spaghetti Westerns are close bedfellows with the Sexploitation genre, both living in the neighborhood of B-Movies.
In light of Ennio's passing, we took the liberty to also add some Ennio Morricone songs as well as some contemporary artists who we influenced by Russ Meyers, Tura Satana, and the B Movie Genre. Hopefully, we created a timeline to show why these movies and scores are not only important on their influence on contemporary rock bands, but they are fun as hell. Either way, it will have people within close earshot saying, ‘What the hell are you listening to?’ And that’s really what it’s all about, right?
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This Saturday is National Milkshake Day, and Sunday is Father's Day. Sharing a cold one with Dad is a time-honored tradition. But what would make that time-honored tradition even better is if it were a cold one from Catfight Coffee and mashing it up with National Milkshake day! This simple but delectable recipe can be enjoyed sans alcohol or with.
-We chose to use 2 scoops Nasto’s Vanilla Ice Cream. Here in Newark NJ Nasto’s has been serving toothsome Gelato, Sorbet, Ice Cream, and deserts since 1939. The recipes from Nocera Italy have been passed down for 3 generations.
-Next, we used 1/2 a cup of our Catfight Coffee Black Magic Cold Brew Coffee that we had seeped overnight. Our Black Magic cold brew is rich and smooth with sort of chocolate walnut taste. Perfect on it’s on, sinful when added to Ice Cream.
-We blend that together and drizzled it with chocolate syrup.
-If you want to add a spike of boozy chocolate, we can’t recommend Mozarts Milk Chocolate enough. It’s a chocolate liquor that is made from Belgium Chocolate with a mixture of cocoa beans from West Africa. Premium stuff for sure.
Boom! There’s your cold one to knock back with pop.
Remember this week we have a special on cold brew coffee; Buy a 3 pack of Black Magic Cold Brew and get 30% off Eclipse Dark Roast Cold Brew.