Rapper and entrepreneur Jadakiss is teaming up with his father and son to create a Black-owned coffee brand. Jadakiss, whose real name is Jason Phillips, is bringing together three generations to launch Kiss Café.

It’s the perfect venture for the family as Jadakiss’s dad, Bob Phillips, spent more than 40 years in the coffee industry. He recently led the coffee importing and trading firm Caturra Corp. as the CEO. Jadakiss’s son, Jaewon Phillips, joined his grandfather at the firm in 2018.

If you ask us, there’s no better family to start a brand than the Phillips family!

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Here's What We Know About Kiss Café

The first product up for purchase is what the family calls the “Beijo Blend.”

It’s a medium-dark roast-made Arabica blend from Central and South America.

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The flavor profile is bold, and the aroma is described as sweet. You can purchase it on the website for $14.99 as whole beans or ground.

“Kiss Cafe is created with honesty and accessibility,” a statement reads on the website. “Proudly grounded in heritage, Kiss Cafe offers premium coffee, uniquely blended and produced with legacy and quality in mind.”


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