Garage Coffee Company.

A pro of the custom v-twin industry going into the coffee business? Unusual enough to be mentioned. Rob is the man designing and manufacturing leather solo bags for Harleys under the brand name and whose different models have been featured in the past here in my Blog. I asked him how did you go from designing cool motorcycle bags to selling coffee bags.    
“I started Garage Leathers purely out of the need for a cool bag for my rigid Shovelhead….. got its start more or less the same way. My buddy Rich and I have gone out of our way to find the best coffee possible, searching out small shops and ordering from roasters all over the country.

Often disappointed and never completely satisfied we took matters into our own hands. With the help of friend and family we pulled off what seemed impossible. We roasted a combination of 5 premium beans from around the world to create a bold cup of coffee that doesn’t have a burnt or bitter taste to it. We affectionately called it “Road Rage”  Our decaf will be out in a week or so, its called “Anger Management”  We have been giving away the coffee for months to our friends and family. We thought it was time to make it available to everyone…”

And if you wonder, Rob still designs and produces solo bags and never been so, huh, pumped up. “Road Rage”, the signature blend is shipped as whole bean, drip, espresso or French-press. “Anger Management” decaf available in a couple of weeks. You can order online at .

6 Responses to “Garage Coffee Company.”

  1. 1 Bob Petrocelli Sep 1st, 2011 at 10:11 am

    Will not be able to compete with FiveBucks and Dunkin’ Donuts, but I guess that if you order a solo bag from Garage Leathers it will come with a promotional bag of “Road Rage” in it.

  2. 2 Brian Sep 1st, 2011 at 10:12 am

    Good logo. Good coffee?

  3. 3 Olive Oil Sep 2nd, 2011 at 10:34 am

    Tim Horton’s rules.

  4. 4 Michael Kampe Sep 4th, 2011 at 9:23 am

    Road Rage? I don’t need coffee to help me with that but sounds interesting. As far as anger management, don’t drink de-caf but if it works I could have used it a long time ago!

  5. 5 mimii Sep 5th, 2011 at 12:20 am

    Sorry. Gotta laugh at those who think tim hortons is good coffee, obvious they’ve never actually had good coffee made from freshly roasted quality estate beans. Tim Hortons is made from cheap poor quality robusta beans and tastes like it too.

  6. 6 Lugnut Sep 5th, 2011 at 10:07 am

    I know it may seem objectionable to many, but I swear McDonalds coffee is the best. I ain’t kidding. And, that senior cup is only around 55 cents.

    Hey, times are tough and you got to take the savings where you can get them.

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