Travel the globe through coffee with Atlas Coffee Club, a regional coffee subscription! This subscription starts at $9 per month ($14 for the full bag), and includes single origin coffee that’s definitely not available at your store. Each 12 ounce bag brews about 30 cups of coffee, and you’ll get a postcard from a new country each month, and tasting notes and brew tips. Want to try their subscription? They have an exclusive coupon for Hello Subscription readers!
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With Atlas Coffee Club subscription you’ll be zig-zagging across the equator to discover the world’s best coffee, from Papua New Guinea to Peru, Burundi to Brazil…There are over 50 countries to explore and they all have different stories to share and flavors to discover! When you sign up, choose whether you’ll receive a single ($14, 12 oz), double ($28, 24 oz), or half ($9, 6 oz) bag of global coffee every two or four weeks, plus your roast preference and whole bean or ground.
Atlas Coffee Club was founded to tell the story of coffee from around the world. Exploring a new country each month, our coffee subscription is a journey of exotic discovery, highlighting the regional differences in every cup. Curating only the finest coffee, we roast each batch to accentuate tasting profiles distinctive to their native growing region. Made to order to guarantee freshness, our subscription is the ultimate opportunity for organic flavor discovery and global variety.
Here’s what you get:
- A Curation Of The World’s Best Coffee A coffee of the month club that curates amazing micro-lot coffees from around the world. Tanzania, Kenya, Colombia & beyond.
- Roasted Fresh & Delivered To You Each month features 6 ounces (or more) of freshly-roasted coffee, flavor notes, a postcard, and brewing tips. The world of coffee delivered fresh to your door.
- A World Tour Of Amazing Coffee Think of Atlas Coffee Club as your coffee tour guides, sending you amazing & exotic coffees you can’t find anywhere online or on the shelf.
Here’s a taste of some past coffee explorations:
Kenya – Nyeri
Some of the best coffee in the world is grown in the highlands of Kenya. The high quality is attributed to the rich volcanic soil that gives nutrients to coffee plants. Kenyans take coffee cultivation very seriously, paying close attention throughout the perfected systematic process to ensure quality.
Tasting Profile: Grapefruit, Citrus, Chocolate
Brazil – Mantiqueria De Minas
Coffee was introduced to Brazil by French settlers in the early 18th century. Starting in the northern region of Brazil, coffee plantations began to expand down the coast, quickly surpassing sugar-cane, the predominant industry at that time. By 1840, Brazil was the largest coffee producer in the world.
Tasting Profile: Coconut, Chocolate, Vanilla
Costa Rica – Palmares
Arabica was the first coffee planted in Costa Rica toward the end of the 1700s. Although widespread cultivation in the country was slow, Costa Rica eventually became the first Central American country to have a coffee industry. By 1829, Costa Rican coffee was the desire of many foreign buyers, quickly surpassing Costa Rica’s main exports (cacao, tobacco, sugar).
Tasting Profile: Milk Chocolate, Sweet Cream
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