The coffee subscription - this is how it works
- Choose your favorite coffee
- Choose your delivery interval and order your subscription
- Now you can put your feet up and you'll never be without coffee beans again! Your subscription is set up and will conveniently arrive in your mailbox on a regular basis.
- Adjust your subscription to your needs at any time: delivery frequency, pause, skip,... everything can be set in your account in just a few clicks
This is how the coffee subscription comes about
In order to enjoy delicious, freshly roasted coffee, you not only need good beans, but also the right packaging. We send the coffee subscription in an envelope: this means we can offer you free shipping and save on unnecessary cardboard boxes! This is not only sustainable, but also makes financial sense for you.
But the coffee subscription in the letter has everything a good coffee packaging needs: zipper for resealability, a coffee valve on the back and is made of recycled material.
How do you find your favorite coffee for your coffee subscription?
Either you first grab a tasting set consisting of 4 different coffees, or you get a coffee subscription letter as an single order!
This means you have 450g of delicious coffee to try at home, have no shipping costs and can find your favorite coffee before you decide on a subscription!
Top quality from the wild forests of the country of origin of coffee.
History of Ethiopian organic coffee
Robert Watson, Head of the United Nations for Biological Diversity, once said at a Paris conference that the loss of biodiversity, the diversity of species and the associated dying of nutrient-rich soil is just as great a threat to humans as climate change. The organic certified coffee from the Boledu Farm in the famous “Yirgacheffe” growing region in Ethiopia is grown in the species-rich forest on shady, wild bushes. Due to the slowed maturing process in the shady forest, the coffee is not only characterized by a unique taste reminiscent of stone fruit or raspberries. Since the coffee plants live in symbiosis with the natural forest, the soil and the entire ecosystem remain intact.
Ethiopia is known as the country of origin of coffee. Characteristic of Ethiopian farms is not only the cultivation in the forest, but also the natural processing method. The pulp is not separated from the bean after harvesting, as is the case with “washed” processing. Rather, during the sun-drying process, the sweetness from the pulp is used to give the bean the flavor notes that are characteristic of Ethiopia. This process requires great care and dedication on the part of the farm, as there is a risk with this treatment method that the beans will be affected too much by the rotting process. That’s why we chose the Boledu Farm, which achieved an extraordinary score of 87 SCA points with their green coffee. The second-generation owners of the farm have decided to build their own processing station and thus offer access to around 1,500 smallholders in the region. Because of its flavor, this coffee goes very well with milk drinks, but it can also be something exciting for unusual espresso lovers and for filter freaks.