Rudy Giuliani launches coffee brand amid bankruptcy case and legal woes: ‘Smooth, rich, chocolatey’

He’s back on the grind.

Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani launched a coffee brand on Monday as he attempts to climb out from a mountain of debt and fight multiple criminal indictments. 

For $29.99, two pounds of the “finest beans imaginable” can be yours, according to Giuliani. 

“If I put my name on something, I truly believe in it,” the 79-year-old said in a promotional video touting his three different blends of “Rudy Coffee.” 

The coffee sells for $29.99 a bag.

The coffee, made from “100% Arabica” beans, comes in three blends: Bold, decaf and morning. 

Giuliani’s face is on every bag, with the bold blend featuring images of the young-looking former prosecutor, three men who resemble New York mobsters and the Statue of Liberty. 

“Fighting for Justice,” reads the slogan on the bag. 

“Believe me when I say it’s the best coffee you’ll ever try,” Giuliani said in the one-minute ad. “It’s smooth, rich, chocolatey and gentle on your stomach.”

“It’s so good I even recommend drinking it black,” he added. 

On his “America’s Mayor Live” podcast, Giuliani said the coffee was the “invention of mine and Dr. Maria” – Dr. Maria being his girlfriend, Dr. Maria Ryan, a New Hampshire hospital administrator. 

Giuliani filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last December.
The former mayor is selling three varieties of “Rudy Coffee.”

Giuliani was recently suspended from his $15,000-per-month radio gig at WABC by station owner John Catsimatidis over his refusal to stop promoting 2020 election conspiracy theories on “The Rudy Giuliani Show.”

The show was one of Giuliani’s last remaining sources of income, according to his lawyers, with the other being his Social Security benefits.

The former mayor filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last December, a week after a jury ordered him to pay a $148 million civil judgment to two former Georgia election workers. 

Giuliani was found liable for defaming mother and daughter Ruby Freeman and Shay Moss by accusing them of committing voter fraud while counting ballots in Fulton County in the 2020 presidential election.

Aside from the civil judgment, his debts also include  $1.4 million in unpaid legal bills, a $700,000 IRS tab and another $260,000 owed to the New York State tax authorities, according to court filings.

He promised a New York bankruptcy court in January that he’d limit his spending to $43,000 per-month amid the proceeding but  reportedly blew through nearly $120,000 that same month, according to the New York Times. 

“America’s Mayor” also alleged to the bankruptcy court that the Trump 2020 campaign and the Republican National Committee still owe him $2 million in legal fees for challenging the former president’s election loss.

Giuliani has been indicted in both Georgia and Arizona in connection with an alleged conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election results.

Giuliani, who turns 80 on May 28, was served in the Arizona case during his Palm Beach, Fla., birthday party over the weekend.

A spokesperson for Giuliani did not respond to The Post’s request for comment. 

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