The Assassins' Guild: Scorpion's Sting really is an amazing tasting medium-light coffee! Bursting with flavor you can get floral notes and hints of pear, jasmine, strawberry & grapefruit. This coffee truly has a unique flavor...unique in a good way, trust me!
All Coffee from Geek House Coffee is roasted in small batches, ground and packaged to order.
Please read the Assassins’ Guild: Scorpion’s Sting backstory below to learn how we were able to get our hands on this unique coffee with a past shaded in mystery.
Assassins’ Guild: Scorpion’s Bite Backstory
This special coffee was once only available to members of the Assassins’ Guild. It’s been called the “Scorpion’s Sting” by those lucky enough to have successful run-ins with members of the Assassins’ Guild. Not much is known about the history or genealogy of this coffee and the bean it comes from. What we do know is that this secret roast is what binds members of all Assassin orders as one. Well, that and the act of killing as if it were a fine art…but we like to focus on the coffee here.
The Assassins’ Guild: Scorpion’s Sting, is light on its feet but hits with a powerful punch from the shadows. Where a skilled Assassin would use perfectly mixed poisons and a blade to do their bidding, this coffee bites with floral notes and a hint of jasmine and pear.
Not surprisingly, the Assassins’ Guild doesn’t give up their secretes easily, many Baristas died to bring us what little information we do have.
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- Medium/Light Roast
- Single Origin
- 100% Tanzania Beans
- Pear, floral, jasmine, strawberry & grapefruit
This newly arrived coffee comes to us from the smaller family owned farms of the Southern Highlands of Mbeya, Tanzania.