Protecting the legend of the War of the Worlds and serving out-of-this-world coffee
It all began in 1938...
Orson Welles' radio broadcast version of "The War of the Worlds" shocked the nation. The radio drama proclaimed that Martian invaders had landed in the sleepy hamlet of Grover's Mill, New Jersey. While many across the land believed the broadcast, it was later dismissed as a hoax. Yet the local farmers of Grover's Mill knew better - the Martians had indeed come - and they came for our coffee.
This is ours. We make coffee. And magic. The two are pretty indistinguishable.