AN Alaskan
ORIGINAL Since 1992

Given enough coffee I could rule the world. ~Terry Pratchett

Your Stories

“I was on summer vacation with my fiancé and my best girlfriend in Payson, a mountain town on the Mogollon Rim in Arizona. We stopped by a little coffee shop for a pick me up before more hiking and fishing adventures, and I saw all of the amazing artwork for the Raven’s Brew Coffee. There was a map on the wall of where each coffee originated, and I of course was drawn to the red line that led to a picture of a skeleton. I immediately knew I had to try it (I have a penchant for the darker things in life.) The employees were kind enough to brew us up some single cups of a few coffees, and I tried the Resurrection Blend first. It was great, but then came the Deadman came walking. I have never in my life been able to stand straight black coffee, I have always found it way too bitter and unpleasant unless I put ridiculous amounts of half and half in. I drink a cup of Deadman’s Reach black every morning now. It. Is. Wonderful!!! Thank you so much for making such a splendidly dark brew, with artwork to match! It makes my strange heart happy.”
—A. Collins, Canyon, Texas

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  • “My story started the same way as that of K. Johnson, Snowmass, Colorado. In 2002, after an extensive Alaskan cruise, we docked in Ketchikan. Read More

  • “I am a truck driver here in washington and I had stopped for a break at the ‘red mountain coffee’ shop at the summit of Snoqualmie pass and got a cup of what was brewing and saw the ‘Grin and Bear It’ T-shirt they had on display. Read More

  • “Like many new products I buy, it was the label of Dead Man’s Reach that caught my eye, sitting right there next to 3-Peckered Billy Goat. Read More

  • “I was on summer vacation with my fiancé and my best girlfriend in Payson, a mountain town on the Mogollon Rim in Arizona. Read More

  • “My story is very simple: we were out grocery shopping and while looking for a “new” coffee to try I spied a bag of Wicked Wolf. Read More