You ever look at the logo for Odd Dog coffee? By now, if you’re drinking it, and you’re reading this blog, you have probably ordered yourself a bag and gotten your free sticker.
The logo of Odd Dog Coffee, a yellow silhouette of a Jack Russell Terrier named Cody. He is one of the owners oldest and most loyal friends (I imagine.) I share the love of Jack Russell Terriers with Mr. Hancock, as I, too, fell in love with one, a puppy that I purchased from a farm in Southern Ohio back in 2003 when I was in college.
As a cinephile, I fell in love with Jack Russells as their proclivity for training had them as a popular option to be on film and television sets. From Milo in The Mask, Gene Hackman’s dog in Crimson Tide, Jack from The Artist, and most notably
Written By: Matthew Sprosty
I’m actually writing this as I drink my first ever cup of Odd Dog Coffee. The package came in the mail a couple of days ago, which was two days after I ordered it, and the first thing I noticed was the smell. Dear God, that delicious smell of real, roasted coffee. Not the smell you get when you tear some weird piece of plastic from a rubber can of processed beans that are who-knows-how-old, but the smell