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The Outpost

Firecracker Fudge

Firecracker Fudge

Regular price $13.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $13.99 USD
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Milk chocolate with a hint of cayenne heat


Where do our coffees come from? 

The majority of coffee beans we use for Outpost Coffee come from independent, Fair-Trade certified organic farms in Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala, and Sumatra.

Shipping & Returns

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USA only at this time.  

*Ak and HI special shipping may be applied.

We have a 100% guarantee customer satisfaction 

Size and Weight

$13.99 bags are industry standard 12oz. Our large bag is 5 pounds.  

Care Instructions


It may seem like coffee is a straightforward beverage. And for the most part, it is. But there are tips and tricks for maximizing coffee freshness that helps guarantee every cup is delicious

1. Keep fresh coffee beans in an airtight container.

Storing coffee in a sealed container is one of the most impactful steps you can take to extend the life of your coffee.

2. Stay away from light.

Coffee prefers darkness. For this reason, we recommend using a canister or container that isn’t transparent. If you are preferential to glass jars, consider keeping it in a pantry or cupboard instead of out in the open.

3. Buy the whole bean.

Because ground coffee loses freshness much faster than whole bean coffee, we recommend buying whole beans every time. We suggest grindingright before you brew to maximize coffee freshness. Coffee grinders are one of the most important tools for making a fantastic cup of coffee. If you’re looking to freshen up your homebrew setup, or are just starting out, we highly recommend investing in a high-quality burr grinder to optimize flavorIf you’re unable to grind at home, we offer all of our coffees in customizable grind size options for your convenience.

4. Buy only when you need to.

We recommend buying your coffee in smaller batches to maintain optimal freshness. If you’re an avid coffee lover, consider signing up for a subscription so your favorite coffee arrives at your door only when you need it!

5. Don't keep coffee in the fridge or freezer!

We have customers who ask us, “How long does coffee last in the fridge?” The answer is not long! In fact, we recommend avoiding your fridge and freezer for coffee storage entirely. That’s because refrigerators are naturally moist locations full of other food and beverages. Roasted coffee is very porous and will absorb the moisture and odors within your fridge and freezer, impacting the integrity of your coffee’s flavor.

Bottom line: Fresh, cool, dark and dry

All of this is to say that you should store your fresh coffee beans in a cool, dark, dry place. 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Eric Zawadzki
Where It All Started

When your family knows you're a coffee-drinker, you get a lot of coffee mugs as gifts, most of which rarely get used. So, I was pleasantly surprised when my in-laws instead got me several flavors of coffee from this local shop they knew about, and I was utterly blown away the first time I tasted Firecracker Fudge.

At first sip, it has a rich mocha-like flavor - the sort I've enjoyed since my first coffee house experiences in the late 90s. But then you swallow, and there's this nice tingle at the back of the throat. That's the cayenne. It isn't spicy like spicy foods are spicy. You're not going to need a glass of water to wash down your coffee. But that little tingle serves to draw your attention to the coffee you're drinking and helps you really savor it.

Firecracker Fudge is our household's mainstay. We buy a few bags of coffee from The Outpost every month - a mix of new flavors and old favorites. And every order includes a bag of Firecracker Fudge. When we have coffee-drinking friends over and offer them coffee, they know to ask what's on tap, as it were, and if it's Firecracker Fudge, they almost always ask for a cup. This coffee is pure delight.