Black Wolf is a dark, bold, full bodied roast Sumatran coffee. Sacred Grounds Coffee is artisan roasted in small batches! All orders are roasted to order. Always Fresh, and on time. Available in 12oz, 2lbs and 5lbs.
Sacred Black Wolf Coffee features a caramel and warming spice aroma, round body, and juicy acidity. These hearty beans are from the island of Samatra, a coffee world renowned for its quality and heavy cup. An earthy pungency with rich herbal notes.
Black Wolf provides a good kick in the pants but only a few will cup smoothly without the smokey bitter aftertaste. Our award-winning favorite, Black Wolf Coffee honors the local Native Americans. A lone yet social black wolf roamed Indian territory for years.
Sumatra Coffee has a wide selection of coffee flavors from many distinct regions, including the Sumatra regions of western region Indonesia. The Sumatran coffee beans are some of the hardiest, smooth and complex coffee beans available. Most are processed dry, although some are semi-washed. The vast majority of Sumatran coffee is called either Mandheling or Lintong, grown inland from the southern coast. The current crop is Sumatran Mandheling.
At Coffee.Club, we roast our coffee right here in the U.S and continue to produce a product inspired by the traditional cast-iron roasting of our elders. Every sip is a testament to the 150 years of Native coffee roasting, which translates to a better coffee drinking experience for you.
This coffee is blended from the from the Island of Sumatra and is a perfectly balanced and pleasant brew any time of day.
Sacred Black Wolf Sumatra is great coffee is an exceptionally fine coffees for cafe's, restaurants, and offices.
Home Delivery Coffee
Fresh Roasted Coffee should be enjoyed 7 to 12 days after it`s roasted. With Coffee Club's home delivery, you can always enjoy a constantly changing selection of coffees at the height of their freshness.
From the second largest of the Indonesian Islands comes one of the world's most highly regarded coffees, the mandheling. Heavy body with excellent balance and acidity is a highlight. Chocolate notes are prevalent in the finish.
Use the proper amount of coffee to the measure of water. An incorrect measure of coffee is the most common, yet easily avoided, mistake. The official rule is 1 coffee measure (2 TBS) of properly ground coffee for every 6 ounces of water. This will result in a strong cup. Some people add as much as 10 ounces of water per measure. Many make the mistake of running more water through less grounds, trying to get a “weaker” cup of coffee or to cut down on the caffeine.