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What’s your coffee sign? Whether coffee is your “sanity in a cup” or your “love language,” a coffee subscription can bring greater convenience and joy into your daily routine. Getting coffee delivered to your home every week or month means you won’t risk a dreaded, coffee-less morning. And, many coffee subscriptions come with something extra special, whether that is really (really) good beans, an ethical element, or a fun theme. We rounded up the best coffee subscriptions, keeping cost in mind, so that you can enhance your relationship with coffee without breaking the bank!

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Passion House

Passion House coffee subscription options

Passion House

Passion House embodies what we mean by really, really good beans. Go with the Roaster’s Choice subscription for a different pick of coffee “genre” with each delivery, or keep it blend-free with the Roaster’s Choice Single Origin subscription. Whether you pick weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly, you’re paying $17 per 12-ounce bag, plus a one-time shipping fee that averages out to be less than a dollar a bag (a single charge of $7.25). For beans this flavorful and aromatic, that is money well-spent!Try It

Just Coffee Cooperative

Just Coffee

Completely worker-owned and established with the goal of building strong relationships with the coffee-farming families from which they source their beans, Just Coffee Cooperative is a great option for those wanting a more sustainable coffee subscription. Shipping is included, and so when you select a 12-month subscription, you get two 12-ounce bags each month for just under $21—a little over $10 per bag. Of all these coffee subscriptions, this one is definitely the least expensive, and the most sourcing-focused—it’s affordable coffee that will help you stay awake and get woke!Try It

Crema.co

Crema.co puts a fun spin on coffee subscriptions, by allowing you to set up your coffee “playlist.” Peruse their list of coffees or get started with a little guidance based on roast type and flavor notes. As you select coffees, they are added to your playlist to be delivered one-at-a-time at your chosen frequency, with the option to pause deliveries at any time. Bags of coffee range from $15 to $19, and shipping is free. Just make sure you have a coffee grinder, as these bags are whole bean only!Try It

Grounds and Hounds

Grounds & Hounds

“Every pound saves a hound,” is the slogan of Grounds and Hounds coffee company, which donates 20 percent of all profits to dog rescue organizations. With blends like Morning Walk, Paper & Slippers, and even a decaf roast called Hush Puppy, this is the perfect subscription for dog lovers. Join the Grounds and Hounds Coffee Club for a subscription starting at $13.99 per bag and $2 per shipment. It’s the ideal way to keep a steady supply of coffee at the ready for those post-walk mornings in front of the fireplace, with your best buddy snoozing at your feet.Try It

Trade

Trade Coffee

If you love traveling around the U.S., and you always check out the local coffee scene when you do, a Trade coffee subscription is the one for you! They’ve got all your favorite roasters from across the country, like Gimme! from the East Coast, Sightglass from the West Coast, Intelligentsia from the Third Coast, and more! As far as subscription options go, you can get two 12-ounce bags of classic blends for $25 total per delivery ($12.50 per bag), or a single bag from one of 400 roasters for between $15 and $22 per delivery (shipping included for both options). Trade takes you through a few coffee onboarding questions to suss out your preferred roasts, and if you need ground coffee, they even let you select your usual brew method for the perfect grind size!Try It

Atlas Coffee Club

Atlas Coffee Club

Atlas Coffee Club brings you single origin coffee from one of 50-plus countries where coffee is produced. Not only is the coffee high quality, but every subscription delivery comes with a postcard featuring its country of origin, as well as a message with tasting notes and some brewing tips. A full bag of coffee costs $14, and a sample shipping cost is $4.95 (to Chicago, for example), making this subscription a bit pricier, but a fun and delicious way to try different coffees from around the globe.Try It

Illy

Illy Coffee

Founded in 1933, Illy now combines their coffee-rich history with modern convenience through their coffee subscriptions. This subscription is best-suited for those wanting regularly-delivered replenishment for espresso makers, but if you opt for whole beans, you can get two 8.8-ounce containers of coffee (in those classic tins) for $24, or approximately $16 per 12 ounces (and shipping is free with subscriptions). One of the standout features of this subscription is the welcome gift—choose from several cup sets (coffee, espresso, or cappuccino), valued at up to $40. If Illy is already your go-to for espresso, not a bad way to keep it coming and score some swag!Try It

Whether your relationship with coffee is loving, addictive, casual, or codependent, there’s a coffee subscription for you. Options, ethics, and plain old good coffee await your choosing—and some of these subscriptions are amazingly affordable, too. Get your priorities in order, purchase your favorite, and get percolating!

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Emily, a Chicago native (okay, okay, born and raised in the 'burbs), loves being able to bike to and from her job at a tech company. After hours, you can find her walking her rescue pup (he's a good boy), taking French classes (voulez-vous un macaron?), and thoroughly enjoying her city's excellent restaurants and bars. She lives for the Chopped-style thrill of creating the perfect meal from limited and oddball ingredients.
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