At Fire Department Coffee, we’re proud to brew coffee for the blue collar worker. This is just one more way for us to thank you for all that you do.
Starting Friday at midnight and running through the end of the day Monday, you can get anywhere from 15% to 50% off on a variety of sale items.
There’s no better time to stock up on the easiest-drinking coffee around, brewed for the hardest workers in the nation. Our coffee is firefighter-tested and guaranteed to give you a bold flavor and an instant boost — morning, noon or late into the night.
At the end of your shift, you might want to treat yourself to one of our newest creations. We’re getting rave reviews for our new Spirit-Infused Coffee. So enjoy a cup of joe with your choice of bourbon, rum or tequila smoothly blended in.
And if you like our coffee, one of the best ways you can support us — other than drinking our coffee — is rocking our gear or sipping from one of our special, limited-edition mugs.
Of course, a portion of all our sales always goes to support a variety of military and firefighter charity organizations. So whether you’re on duty or at home, with every sip you take, you’ll know that you are always serving.
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Warren Forsyth is one of those few.
He’s a third generation New York City firefighter, who passed the tradition on to a fourth generation. He served the city for 20 years, the majority of which he spent with the prestigious Rescue Company 1 in Midtown Manhattan.
Along the way, he earned 13 citations for bravery in the line of duty.
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