Our Coffee is from a Star-Ship so you will enjoy the Mother-Roast.

Merchandise inspired by our coffee, guest musicians, and guest artist.

Guest musicians contributing awesome music to reach customers through our coffee brand.

These are perfect picks for your kitchen!

We are offering our consumers the finest coffee available that accompanies music and a comic book web series standing out of the box of your typical coffee brand.

We support youth and community with grace.

Learn more about our coffee bean standards.

Read our blogs and stay awesome.

Whip up a fine brew and be merry.

5% of all sales are donated to support youth & community.

The Global Citizen Joe show!

Making a difference in our community and the whole planet earth.

We spread inspiration so we would love to hear from you.

We love what we do here at GC Joe ensuring excellence is delivered at every angle.

We want to make a difference and be part of the consumers’ satisfaction and are happy to go the extra mile to ensure excellence is delivered.

Nikola Tesla's theory of three, six, and nine with our coffee roast.

Sip on your coffee while you tackle task, here are some DIY tips to start.

Recharge your mind and mollycoddle your body.

Let's chow but first cook it!

A great ‘cuppa’ is only as strong as the people behind it, which is why the Global Citizen Joe team is so focused on customer satisfaction.

Paint spill on roof tiles? Q & A

Q. Emulsion paint got split on to the roof tiles of my front porch, I’ve done everything and I cannot remove the paint from the tiles, as it seems to have soaked in. Do I have to replace the roof tiles? 

A. If you wanted the paint to stick it probably wouldn’t, but there you go. My suggestion is to re-paint the porch roof tiles. Simple as that. Choose a superior quality exterior masonry paint that matches all the rest of the roof and mix in a product called E-B (Emulsa-Bond) 50:50 into the paint. E-B acts like a stir-in glue that makes paint stick to otherwise questionable surfaces. Pick a reasonably good day and apply one good coat directly to all the tiles. When that dries, if the ‘bad tiles’ are adequately covered you are finished. (Usually one good coat does the job)

If you can still see some of the offending paint looking through, apply another coat of the exterior emulsion, but this time without the E-B. (only use E-B in your first coat). You should end up with a fresh looking new porch roof. Lots of people actually repaint their faded and tired looking old roof tiles using this method. (Please bear in mind, working on roofs can be very dangerous, so don’t even think about it if you are not very capable and have all the proper access equipment, ladders etc)



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