I have tried Black Rifle Coffee (Freedom Roast) and Liberal Tears Coffee. I don't count Starbucks as coffee if they don't have regular coffee on menu.
Interesting. Back nine years ago, starting a new job, I got a gift card to the local (or any) Starbucks, as part of the package. The HR manager was such a flaming lib, she should have been required to wear a placard.
But, anyway. I had had Starbucks coffee - in a cup, over the counter - a few times, mostly when with others. GHASTLY coffee. Invariably scorched. Watching the kewel kids drink theirs, I saw how it is done:
--Fill the cup halfway with their burned tar
--put about a quarter cup of cream in
--Three heaping tablespoons of sugar.
But I had the card. So, I went in, and my attention turned to the coffee beans on the rack. I chose the "Kenya" variety - whole beans. Took them home, ground and brewed.
Su-PERB! That was GOOD coffee! Why the hell can't they make it that good in their own stores?
So...for a time I became a bean customer. PROBLEM: They didn't keep the Kenya beans in stock very well. And the dingbat "baristas" often didn't know what it WAS. I took to bringing an empty bag with me.
The price was double what I'd pay in a supermarket. The coffee was worth it; but the hassle, and the frequent lack of stock - in favor of chocolate-flavored coffees, or other weird promotions...not.
So I haven't been in one in seven years.