From the depths of industrial graveyard of the Midwest in the United States a dark entity has been summoned and something brew-tal is brewing. Black Metal inspired Trve Kvlt Coffee has emerged as a formidable force bringing the brutality of the sinister Northern Winter and a flavor to entice metalheads and coffee enthusiasts alike. “This is a brand inspired by metal for metal, born out of a love for all things brew-tal and caffeinated,” says co-founder Svart Is. Trve Kvlt Coffee was developed by a husband and wife headbanging duo from Northwest Ohio.
Trve Kvlt Coffee is the grimmest part of waking up. Founder and ambassador, Kaffe Bean Økvlta boasts, “Whether you’re relaxing at home head banging or slaying the morning commute to the office, Trve Kvlt Coffee will give you the kick in the ass you need to conquer your day.”
The founders of Trve Kvlt Coffee have devised a clever, intriguing, and devilishly delicious take on their favorite part of the morning in an effort to bring metalheads and fellow coffee devotees together. Their newly released blend, Kaffe Storm, is a smooth, balanced, semi-sweet, medium, premium roasted Arabica coffee hailing from El Salvador. Kaffe Bean Økvlta, recommends the use of a French press for the most flavorful result.
Developing a Kvlt following has been vital to the fledgling brand. Customer satisfaction and the pursuit to unite metalheads are of utmost importance to the founders. Their Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts are heavily ornamented with witty memes, Black Metal-chic puns, and brvtal posts related to coffee and metal. Followers of Trve Kvlt Coffee are encouraged to join in on the antics and post pictures of themselves donning their corpse paint and spikes with their coffee in hand. Fans of Kaffe Storm have begun to leave epic reviews. One such member states:
“True Kvlt Coffee offers a great aroma reminiscent of a climb up snow covered mountains in Norway. It was a strong enough kick of caffeine to wake corpses from their grave and is black enough to put a smile on your corpse painted faces. I am very pleased with this roast and look forward to the next batch of Trve Kvlt Coffee.”