Robert Englund: Stay awake with his special Nightmare Blend coffee

Robert Englund (Photo by Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images)
Robert Englund (Photo by Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images) /

When dealing with a dream demon the goal is to stay awake. Now, Robert Englund and Dead Sled Coffee are making that goal even easier with the Nightmare Blend.

That’s right! Dead Sled Coffee, the company that brought you Vampira Mexican Oaxaca java has partnered with the man of your dreams, Robert Englund, to bring you a special blend on par with the holiday season.

The actor’s signature combination of Vietnamese and Turkish coffee is guaranteed to delight connoisseurs of wake-up juice. Currently, Dead Sled is offering this unique brew of cafe noir for purchase for a limited time. If you choose the pre-order bundle you have several options.

Between September 28th and October 12th, if you pre-order Englund’s Nightmare Blend bundle from Dead Sled coffee you’ll get two bags of the magical elixir, a vintage baseball style tee shirt and a limited edition mug featuring the official logo and tons more extras.

One lucky person will also win an authentic Freddy Kreuger glove! For pricing information, check out Dead Sled’s website. Ok, all this sounds terrific with all the bells and whistles but what about the coffee?

Robert Englund’s Nightmare Blend is comprised of single origin Vietnamese coffee and a blend of south American Arabica beans. All this is ground to Turkish-style which is where you get the name Turkish Blend. As a coffee fan, this writer will spare you the huge amounts of background on coffee beans and let you know that its one delicious cup of joe!

The bundle is expected to ship a few weeks after October 12th and Dead Sled has said the Robert Englund mugs and shirts will take a bit of time to print, but well worth the wait.

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Be sure to jump on this deal as it would also make a perfect gift for that horror loving coffee drinker in your life.

Will you be buying Robert Englund’s Nightmare Blend? Let us know in the comments.