Father’s Day Coffee Rub

Who doesn’t love a good smokey rub on your steak or burger? Summer is approaching and with our summer drinks we have started to curate here at Black Rifle Coffee we figured we needed to give a shout out to the grill masters out there!

We have decided to curate a rub for all our “pot heads” out there! Grab that shirt here and post on instagram you in the shirt with your steak rub!

Let’s get started because to be honest, I know we just want to start grilling so we can eat!

Father’s Day Coffee Rub Recipe

Let’s get grilling! If there is anything you need to make this, just click the links included and you are one step closer to this delicious recipe!

Coffee Rub Ingredients:

  • 1/4 cup of finely ground AK espresso powder (buy here)
  • 2 tablespoons of brown sugar (get some here)
  • 2 tablespoons of garlic powder (buy some here)
  • 1 tablespoon of onion powder (buy here)
  • 2 tablespoon of kosher salt (get some here)
  • 2 tablespoons of ground black pepper (buy here)
  • 1 teaspoon of ground ginger (click here)
  • 1 teaspoon of paprika (buy here)
  • drizzle of olive oil (this is a good olive oil)
  • steaks or meat of your choice

Steps:

  1. heat up your grill or bbq
  2. in a bowl mix together all of your spices
  3. grind your coffee to a fine espresso grind (if you have a grinder use the 1 setting)
  4. stir all your spices and your espresso together
  5. drizzle your steaks with olive oil and rub a generous amount of Coffee Rub onto your steak
  6. grill to your preference
  7. eat and enjoy!

Eat & Share?

Are you proud of your grilling creations? You should be! Take a picture and tag us on instagram! You might end up on our user generated content page and see your creations on the web! @blackriflecoffee

Join the discussion 11 Comments

  • Steve says:

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  • Madison says:

    Oh that looks delicious, a coffee rub, what a great idea! We will definitely be giving that a try, a few of our flavoured blends might even give it an interesting twist, thanks for sharing. Savory coffee recipes are great and are a good twist on the usual sweet coffee recipes, coffee is such a diverse ingredient its worth being experimental with it.

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  • Travis Hentze says:

    So today I’m smokin a brisket for my uncle’s birthday and I didn’t want to use just a store bought rub. I got home this morning after work. I get the brisket out that has been injected with apple juice, cider vinegar, worsheshire, and honey. I started looking through the spice rack, found a few things that I thought sounded good. i then turned my attention toward making a pot of “CAF” and had some grinds left in the grinder. And all of a sudden it hit me. Put this shit in your rub. To make a longer story kind of short after putting the rub on and throwing it in the smoker. I couldn’t help but wonder if y’all had already thought of this. Come to find out almost all the ingredients I used were in this “steak rub” with the exception of two things, Old Bays and ground thyme. Thank you for your service and keep doing what you’re doing.

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