Coffee is the fascia that has connected all aspects of my life. Some of my earliest childhood memories are of my grandmother brewing coffee on the stove top for my family after a hearty meal. The memories are warm and comforting, like a blanket against a chilly morning. During my college days, I relied on coffee to keep me focused on my studies as night time fell and fatigue set in. It has helped me achieve goals, kick off a busy day and been an accessory to deep, meaningful conversations with close friends.
I’ll spare you the monologue on the health benefits of coffee because much of it is anecdotal at best. Honestly, I take it black no sugar. I prefer not to adulterate the intensity of a finely brewed cup of java with sugar, cream, milk or any of the myriad of other additives that you can mix in. Of course, there are exceptions (see the blog for details).Mission
If you’ve made it this far, you most likely enjoy coffee as much as I do, so that brings me to the “mission statement” of Savage Gold Coffee. I’ve never been someone who wants to “sell” you something. I simply want to provide things that I love or find useful to other people that have the same interest. I’d like to think of Savage Gold as a club filled with like-minded people who enjoy quality things.
The name Savage Gold is inspired by the alchemical process of transmutation where a base material is turned into gold, where raw materials are transformed into a higher state. That is the entry point into the savage Gold mind set. We’re all trying to improve ourselves, physically, spiritually, emotionally or philosophically. I’m hoping that I can aid in your journey.