Coffee isn’t just a luxury to most people, it’s essential. On average in the UK, we drink around 2 cups of coffee per day. That’s two times a day where you can make the decision to fuel yourself with instant coffee granules or well-sourced single-origin coffee beans from an independent coffee roaster. The choice is completely up to you. But seeing as your morning coffee is probably the highlight of your working day (I know I personally end up bereft once I’ve finished it and realise I have nothing else to look forward to in my sad, little life) you should probably treat yourself to some of the good stuff every now and then. I’ve already written about some of the best natural wine subscriptions and the best cheese subscriptions around but I figured it’d be rude if I didn’t write about some of the cracking coffee subscriptions out there, too.
I’m massively addicted to caffeine (I’m literally typing this drinking a coffee) and I spend quite a lot of my hard-earned money ensuring I’ve always got quality coffee beans at my disposal. One of the best ways I’ve found to keep myself readily supplied with good java is through coffee subscriptions. Not only are they an easy way of guaranteeing yourself an ethical brew but they’re also a great way to dip your toe into the world of coffee if you’ve never really understood how someone can find a coffee to be light and/or fruity.
There are heaps of different coffee subscriptions out there with each allowing you to tailor them to your own personal preferences and get some top coffee delivered to you on a regular basis. Some of them will grind the beans especially for whatever vessel you’re using to make your lovely hot bean water, while others will simply give them to you in whole bean form and let you have your way with them. It’s pretty much up to you with one of the major benefits of these coffee subscriptions being how malleable and customisable they are.