Some of our favorite lines (which we whole-heartedly agree with) are:
“[Coffee] would give you a moment to think in a stressful moment like bugging out,” Bailey tells me. He will need food, water, and shelter, obviously, but he will also need coffee. When survivors and non-zombies pass through Bailey’s makeshift camp, he’ll offer them a seat and some coffee.
A “cuppa,” he says, “is a good way to make peace and meet strangers in the bush.” Also, he adds, a “great wood stain.”
“In an SHTF (sh*t hits the fan) situation,” Bailey says, “cash will be worth toilet paper.” Coffee will be worth a lot.
More than chocolate, or booze, or delicious RUFFLES® Cheddar & Sour Cream flavored potato chips, coffee is what we will crave to the point of necessity.
The relationship between man and coffee has been there since the beginning: Great Rift Valley in Ethiopia, also known as “the cradle of mankind,” is where both humans and coffee are said to have emerged. Literally the very first humans were like, not before our java!