Barrel Aged Coffee

Get to Know Cooper’s Cask Coffee

How it Started

Jason and I met in 2005 while working in the same department for a technology company. At one point, I remember being intrigued when Jason mentioned that he was importing and roasting his own coffee beans. I learned that over the course of several years, he had tried a number of varieties from all over the world. I remember, quite distinctly, being handed a cup of freshly brewed coffee that he’d roasted himself, and then enjoying the time he took with me to share the tasting profile, origin, and the best ways to prepare and enjoy it. I was hooked, and ever since then, we’ve been great friends enjoying great coffee.

Fast forward to 2014. I happened upon a few companies that were aging tea in wine barrels. “What a great idea,” I thought. And then I started to ponder, “Well, what about coffee?”. I did a search and discovered a few companies that were aging their coffee beans in used whiskey barrels. I ordered their products, but unfortunately, I wasn’t all that impressed. I knew I could do better.

I called up a good friend at the Sons Of Liberty distillery, grabbed some recently dumped whiskey barrels and added some Sumatra beans. After 60 days, we sent our samples to everyone we could think of. After getting rave reviews from editorials like The Whiskey Advocate, I knew we had something special and the rest is history.

We’ve done a lot of work and I can tell you simply: We’ve sourced the best grade 1 single origin beans. Our roast profiles are spot on. The aging processes are pristine. We’ve done it. You will truly enjoy a cup of Cooper’s Cask coffee.

Letter Content

An intro and a paper-looking wysiwyg.

Label Name Type Notes
Intro letter_content_intro wysiwyg
Content letter_content_content wysiwyg