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The Subscription For Coffee Lovers

*Ad – I have been gifted one months coffee subscription in exchange for a review. For more information, read my disclaimer.

I’m excited to be sharing with you the subscription for coffee lovers but before I get into that, I’ll ask you a question. Have you ever thought about the coffee you drink and where it comes from? Many of us buy jars of instant coffee or coffee pods from supermarkets. They are often low quality and can feel tasteless. Its probably why so many of us pop to our local coffee shops for our caffeine fix. This is where Blue Coffee Box comes in.

Who is Blue Coffee Box?

Blue Coffee Box is a subscription service that brings you great quality coffee from around the world straight to your door. They choose from over 300 expert roasters to extract the maximum flavour from each bean. Blue Coffee Box delivers worldwide. For shipping costs and information for your country, check out this page.

All of the coffee is sourced directly from farmers and local cooperatives. This ethical choice means that farmers are paid around 30% more than Fairtrade price. Not only are you getting great coffee, you are also helping farmers to support themselves, their livelihoods and their families.

What are the options?

There are two options to choose from – a bag or a box. The bag option consists of a full sized bag of single-origin coffee. This option is priced at £7.99 per bag. The box option consists of two full-sized bags of coffee, delivered in the Blue Coffee signature Ecobox. This option costs £15.49.

The great thing is you can also choose how often your subscription arrives. Choose from every two weeks, monthly or every two months. This means that you can personalise the service directly for your needs.

round white ceramic saucer and coffee cup for coffee lovers subscription post.
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My Thoughts

I was kindly gifted one months box subscription to try. The first coffee I tried was Los Cocos Peru Coffee. This has notes of honeydew and cream. The second coffee was Fazenda Do Salto Brazil Coffee. This has notes of milk chocolate, raisin and caramel and is by far my favourite. Both were delicious and I felt like I was getting that coffee shop taste from the comfort of my own home.

This subscription is so much more than just a coffee delivery. Each bag of coffee also comes with a little information card. It contains interesting details about what region and altitude it is grown at. Added to this, the card also contains information about the farm and its history. Ultimately, I feel it adds a really personal feel to the subscription.

If you would like to try Blue Coffee Box, enter code KL to get £3 off any product on their website. Why not enter the competition below for your chance to win your own Blue Coffee Box too.

35 thoughts on “The Subscription For Coffee Lovers

  1. A coffee subscription and why on earth not?
    I read your description of the Peru coffee and thought ooh!
    Then I read that of the Brazilian and thought awwhh!

  2. What a fun subscription box! I feel like a lot of these boxes aren’t practical, but a coffee box wouldn’t definitely get used here

  3. I’ll definitely be checking this out! I looked at the website to see if I could get it in the States and I think I can. Yum, now I want a light roast. I love finding new subscription boxes, thanks for sharing.

  4. I had no idea a coffee subscription was even a thing. I’m not a massive fan of coffee, but I have family members who are so I might sign up for this as a birthday gift to them.

  5. Love this subscription boxes are a wonderful way to try new products – and it sounds like you really enjoyed giving these a try. I’m a big fan of tea subscription boxes as that’s my morning choice of beverage but I imagine coffee boxes are similar. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Loving this idea and how it has been brought into reality! I love perhaps not a daily cup of coffee but the option of having it on hand, so the easily customizable options of the box or bag sing to me, and I love the cards offer some interesting information.
    Thanks for sharing!

  7. A coffee box subscription sounds like a wonderful gift idea, not much of a coffee drinker but I know many people who would love this!

  8. I’m a coffee addict so this sounds PERFECT for me! Will be looking into this when I’ve run out of my current coffee bag! Great post, have a lovely day! x

  9. Oh this sounds like a perfect treat! I am caffeine addicted so I am always on the lookout for new beans! The fazenda sounded truly great, thanks for sharing x

  10. I’m not a big fan of coffee but my partner is so this would be a great subscription box for them! I also love that the coffee is sourced directly from farmers & the card includes info about the farm & history.

  11. Oooh this sounds great! We looked at doing a coffee subscription not so long ago, but haven’t gotten around to choosing one yet. I absolutely love the idea of them though & being able to try something new is so appealing.

  12. Woaahh! Never knew about subscription boxes! I love coffee. This subscription box sounds good;)

  13. This subscription sounds great! I love that they send coffee from different places and we can have a small version of taste testing and even a small collection of different coffees through this.

  14. Hi Kelly. In our house my wife drinks tea, but not coffee, and I drink coffee, but not tea – I’ll have to see whether I can justify something like a coffee subscription. Perhaps there is a tea equivalent to even things up …
    Thanks for sharing the details.

  15. Mmm! It’s like this company was thinking specifically of me when they put together this subscription box. Coffee makes me so very happy (clearly, based off my blog name). I hope I get a chance to try this out soon!

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