The big benefit of this job is that people send me free stuff. Laughing Wolf hooked me up with Carl Churchill, who runs the Lock n Load Java business. He sent me some free coffee and a mug, which I got Friday. Of course, since I drink about three pots of coffee a day, I fired up a mess of it. At first, I was disappointed because it smelled like that stuff they sell at Starbucks, but it didn’t taste like Starbucks – it didn’t have that burned taste that trendy yuppies think is so tasty.
But, normally, I order German coffee, Tschibo to be specific, because of all of those years I spent in Germany, so I’m bit fussy about my coffee. But this Lock n Load stuff meets my high standards. By the way, Carl is a veteran, and he hires veterans.
I start blogging at about 5 AM everyday, so coffee is important to me, like I said, this stuff meets my standards. I’ve been drinking it all weekend, and the good flavor doesn’t wear off after a few cups like so many other coffees. If you’re looking for some quality coffee with excellent taste, you should try this Lock n Load Java. They have sample packs of their different flavors, and you can send some to the troops who are deployed, if you feel the need, because, MRE coffee isn’t the quality stuff you might think it is. And you’ll be helping out a veteran entrepreneur.