Mon. May 16th, 2022

People can generally be divided into two groups: those who like coffee and those who don’t. If you are reading this, you are very likely to be in the former, and as a coffee lover you are likely to invest in your relationship with coffee on an emotional, physical and spiritual level.

If you’re one of us who likes to enjoy a steaming cup of home brew, you may have never experienced the amazing world of coffee subscriptions. Then read on to find out why it’s such a great idea.

Enjoy your new coffee

Even coffee lovers will always go looking for their favorite beans. Make sure you don’t accidentally pick something you don’t like, and it’s easier to pick the one that’s safe. A coffee subscription gives you access to new and exciting blends and gives you the expertise you need to explore all of them.

Most subscription services allow you to browse the different combinations and choose the one you think is best for a particular state, from the comfort of your home, rather than the stress of the supermarket.

It is convenient

One of the main benefits of a coffee subscription is its convenience. In an interview with the Peak Coffee team, they described one of the biggest benefits as “the freedom to choose a blend whenever you think of coffee at work, at home, or on the way to and from work.”

When you don’t want to leave your living room’s cocoon, it’ll always be delivered to your home when you need it, without having to jump out of the pouring rain. If you are someone who often forgets to pick a coffee and are absolutely terrified of a caffeine-free breakfast, then a coffee subscription might be for you.

learn all about coffee

Buying coffee in a supermarket is a passive experience. Often you will buy something you know or if you are adventurous you will buy something with a fancy name or brand logo. Either way, you’re not really learning about coffee.

If your interest is to learn more about amazing beans than to make our lives so much better, then a subscription may be for you. Many subscription services have great pairing and coffee recipe information in addition to providing interesting insights into the bean making and preparation process.

Supporting small businesses and reducing costs

In most cases, a coffee subscription service allows you to skip the brokers, which are brick-and-mortar stores that display purchased coffees.

This means you can pay less for better coffee and more money can often go directly to the coffee producers. This is a win-win. Traditionally exploited farmers get fair wages while you get the highest quality coffee at a good price.

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Eve Crabtree is a journalist with a passion for interior design. She keeps up with the latest trends in the interior industry and regularly tests her hands on crafting and redecorating in her spare time.

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