In 1886, Clyde Rand, a legendary train robber, had himself an epiphany. He realized that while he weren’t gettin’ any younger, and trains weren’t gettin’ any slower, he ought to start thinking about a change of career. For years he had been tinkering with and perfecting the art of roasting and brewing great coffee, so it just seemed natural for him to open a little shop of his own.
In no time, folks were coming from all around, and to this day they’re still callin’ it the best darn coffee in the west. And that’s just because it is.