Disturbed – Get Up: Dark Java Blend (Coffee Review)

Disturbed – Get Up: Dark Java Blend (Coffee Review)

The morning alarm goes off, another day, and same old grind… or is it? What’s better than ‘waking up to Folgers in your cup,’ or if your a rocker, getting down with “The Sickness” with Disturbed Get Up: Dark Java Blend!

Another partnership between Independent coffee brand Dead Sled Coffee and a well known Rock band, Disturbed Get Up: Dark Java Blend is one of the latest products to arrive back in November of 2021. Proceeding the release of the Skid Row Slave to the Grind coffee by a few weeks, Disturbed’s brand coffee joins a line that features Dee Snider For The Love Of Coffee, Bill Moseley Coffee, Robert Englund’s Stay Awake Blend, among many others. 

Helping the continued celebration of 20th anniversary for Disturbed’s landmark 2000 The Sickness album, the coffee produced by Dead Sled Coffee comes from the Indonesian island of Java, located between Sumatra and Bal. More than just a novelty, it is a very bold full-flavored dark roast that really pleases the taste buds. In fact it is so good, you will probably polish off the 12 ounce bag within just a few days. 

Additionally you get it either in a ground or whole bean, which ever you prefer, and that is a nice option. Most of all, if you are a Disturbed and Metal fan you get a flawless packaging that is a lovely depiction of the original The Sickness album art. 

Going for 22 dollars a bag retail, it is well worth purchasing for a very impressive flavor, but also because you get to add this bad ass package to your Disturbed collection. That is why Cryptic Rock gives Disturbed Get Up: Dark Java Blend 5 out of 5 stars. 

Purchase Disturbed Get Up: Dark Java Blend here

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