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Rudy Giuliani peddles self-named coffee amid legal woes, financial struggles

Jessica Schladebeck, New York Daily News on

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NEW YORK — Rudy Giuliani has brewed up a new business — and the reactions from social media are pouring in.

The former New York City Mayor, who is currently grappling with bankruptcy and a debt of $148 million, rolled out the ads for his personally branded coffee amid his ongoing legal issues stemming from the 2020 election.

Giuliani has been happily hawking his new product this week on social media, where he shared an ad depicting him in a kitchen alongside a bag of the “finest beans imaginable.”

“Rudy Coffee” is available in three flavors: “America’s Mayor Rudy,” which is a morning blend; “Fighting for Justice Rudy,” a bold java blend, and “Enjoying Life Rudy,” which is decaf, according to his website.

The bags weigh two pounds each and can be purchased for $29.99. They each also feature different images of the ex-attorney, including one from his younger years, another of him lounging on the beach and a third that sees him grinning ear-to-ear.

“You all know I stand by the truth, and if I put my name on something, I truly believe in it,” Giuliani tells potential customers before describing the product as “smooth, rich, chocolatey and gentle on your stomach.”


He adds: “It’s so good, I even recommend drinking it black.”

Giuliani also tells fans that their purchase will not only be supporting his business, but “our cause. The cause of truth, justice and American democracy.”

On his “America’s Mayor Live” podcast, Giuliani said the coffee was the “invention of mine and” his girlfriend, TV doctor Maria Ryan, who also pushed the product online.

“I was looking for products that had non-GMO, really organic bean farms, and I couldn’t find any, so Rudy Giuliani and I collaborated and we have coming to your home soon,” she wrote.


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