When things are meant to go together, someone needs to make it happen. This is how I feel about coffee and subscription boxes. I love both, so put the two together in a coffee subscription and you’ve got a win, right?

coffee subscription box

We tried a free Bean Box this month which is a coffee bean subscription service. This Seattle based company has sourced some of the best local artisan coffees around and provides fresh packaged products in your box.

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They aren’t pulling from the shelves to send your samples to you. In fact I had to wait until the next shipment date as they send the beans as soon as roasted, fresh to your door.

Who wants stale coffee? Stale coffee makes any day feel like a Monday.

OH that should be a meme.

Hold on.

While I’m thinking about it.

stale coffee makes any day feel like a monday - get a coffee subscription box

Feel free to share with your coffee lovin’ friends.

So the bags are small which was the one disappointment. One bag got the two of us through one day on the weekend. But we used our refillable Keurig carafe brewer and so I’m not sure you get the most for your money that way. Plus we drink a lot of coffee. We’ve loved what we received – flavors were perfect. It’s worth a try if you are a coffee lover like me.

Check out the details on their site.

You can get 4 sample packs, 1.8 oz each for $20 (or as low as $17 if you pay in advance). Or you can get the coffee of the month – a 12 oz bag – delivered every month for $20 (or $34 every two weeks)

You can specify the taste (light, medium, dark, espresso, etc) if you want. If you try this coffee subscription box, let me know what you think!

samples provided for review

I Love Coffee! features over 100 easy-to-make coffee drinks, including the Black Forest Latte, Sugar-Free Java Chai Latte, Iced Orange Mochaccino, Tiramisú Martini, and Candy Cane Latte.

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