Oak & Bond Coffee Co. was opened with a barrel aged single origin coffee and a happily married couple. As a reminder to where the company began, it was important to find a way to incorporate both of those aspects into the company’s name.
The first coffee offering was aged in a once used American oak barrel. It became obvious that the word oak was very important to the beginning of the company and a word that was a critical as a part of the Oak & Bond name.
The bond of a happily married Brian and Lauren McCulloch opened the company with a bourbon barrel aged coffee offering. The term bond has been used in the bourbon whiskey community since passage of the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897. As an ode to the bond of the married founders and the term bond in the bourbon community, it seemed only fitting that bond composed a portion of the Oak & Bond name.