Classic Rock Coffee is known as the perfect blend of caffeine, classic rock music and cool. It provides its own leading brands of fabulous coffee such as Atomic Punk Espresso, Back in Black Bold, After Midnight and Breakfast in America Morning Brew. In addition, it makes delicious, nutritious high end protein shakes supplied by its sister company, Shake This.
Classic Rock Coffee is headquartered in Springfield, Missouri and has been in business since 2011. The company was started as a single storefront to provide a working model that would serve as the headquarters for franchise expansion.
It was created from a love of coffee and a love of great classic rock music - Zeppelin, The Who, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, CCR, Elvis, AC/DC, ZZ Top, Fleetwood Mac - and many other renowned bands.
Since coffee is a stimulant, the company thought it made sense to create a concept that is an alternative to the laid-back, read-a-book and take-a-nap type of coffee shop. Its tagline says it all: “Our Coffee Rocks!”
We offer a variety of single origin coffees. These coffees vary based upon what regions are being harvested at any given time. On top of that, what cupped well last year, may not cup well this year.
As we bring new talent into our group, they may be in short supply, so we cannot guarantee the same coffees are available all the time. Rest assured, our main goal here ar Classic Rock Coffee is to always source the best tasting coffees available and provide coffees that will suit any pallet.
Check our online store to see who is currently soloing! Rock On!
Classic Rock Coffee is NOT for you if:Classic Rock Coffee Company Franchise Opportunity_1
You are looking for a mobile coffee bar.
You are either not $50k liquid or do not have at least a $400k net worth. We are not trying to be pompous; we just want our owners to have the right financial backing.
You would like relax in a coffee house from this day forward. Is it cool to own one? Yes. Will people talk about you in your city? Probably. Is it automated? Nope. It takes work and commitment.
You are interested in modifying the concept.
You want to put a store in a community with less than 50,000 people. We're not sure it would work, and we don't want you to risk your money hoping it would
If you are considering opening a business, you need to be honest with yourself. Would you rather wake up every day to make sandwiches or pull a yogurt lever, or would you rather be with cool people, listen to amazing music and be free like a rock star on your very own stage (oh, and make money too!)?