Comments Off on Product Highlight: Trident Organic Coffee May 17, 2022Product Highlight

With so many coffee brands on the market, it can be difficult to set yourself apart. But Trident Coffee does just that.

While serving as a Naval Officer, Eric Johnson started brewing his own cold brew coffee during his final tour of duty in Iraq. He immersed himself in the coffee culture, and soon became so proficient, he was praised for his product. Upon returning, with his time in the service coming to an end, he knew he wanted to go into business.


“Here at Trident Coffee, we are storytellers. All of our cold brews remind our customers that they are part of something bigger than themselves. We create connections through symbology and storytelling that engage with our customers on an emotional level distinguishing us from other coffee brands. We directly source our coffee to create a life cycle accountability that is transparent, organic, and empowers our coffee partners to be with us for the long haul. We take a scientific approach to brewing that captures different tasting notes and experiences with each cold brew to showcase that coffee is truly a craft beverage. “Good tasting” and “healthy” belong in the same sentence. We are here to prove it to you.”

Learn more at the Trident Coffee website



Along with their Organic Roasted Coffee beans, Trident Coffee also  offers four canned Organic Nitro Cold Brew:

  • “Trident” Brazil Carmo De Minas, which has notes of Chocolate, Caramel, & Nuts.

  • “Calm Under Pressure” Bali Blue Moon, which is infused with Cacao Nibs & L-Theanine

  • “Son of a Sailor Churro Keto Latte” Mexico Chiapas, with notes of Cinnamon & Sweet and is infused with MCT Oil

  • “Ambrotos Keto Latte” Peru Cajamarca, which has notes of Chocolate, Vanilla, and is infused with MCT Oil

All varieties are keto & paleo friendly, are dairy free and gluten free, and USDA Organic!


“The Trident symbolizes the powder to connect all people, it gave Poseidon the ability to create earthquakes and control the seas. We too wanted to find a way to connect people from all over through sharing one thing most of us have in common, our need for water. By doing one thing in common, we can then explore and connect more with others and realize we are not so different. We are all connected.