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New Starbucks Reserve Roastery Subscription!

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New Starbucks Reserve Roastery Subscription

Starbucks has launched a new coffee subscription box!

The Subscription Box: Starbucks Reserve Roastery 

The Cost: $24 a month

The Products:

Our constant travels around the world take us in search of small-lot, one-of-a-kind coffees that are distinctive enough to earn our Starbucks Reserve® label. Of these rare coffees, we’ve created an even more exclusive selection not found in Starbucks cafés, but through this new monthly subscription.

With a Starbucks Reserve® Roastery Subscription, we will roast a new, exceptional coffee on the second Sunday of each month at our Starbucks Reserve® Roastery and Tasting Room in Seattle. The coffee will be on its way to you the very next day.

Order by March 4th to begin your subscription and receive the next coffee roasting on March 8th.

Price includes standard delivery charges. When your coffee is roasting we’ll send a notification email sharing details of the exquisite coffee on its way to your doorstep.

More details on how the subscription works:

Once purchased:

  1. Coffees roast on the second Sunday of the month.
  2. You will receive an email same day sharing details of the exquisite coffee on its way.
  3. Each month, you will receive one 8.8oz bag of whole bean coffee that will ship the following day and arrive to you within 5-8 business days.
  4. You will continue to receive coffees monthly until you cancel this subscription.

What do you think of the Starbucks Reserve Roastery box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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  1. So torn. I’m one of those crazy coffee fanatics that WOULD pay $50/lb for excellent coffee (I blow up my FB feed every year during Casi Cielo’s release – much cheaper). On the one hand they are a great employer, and that green siren has often served as a beacon of hope during my travels. On the other hand, I wonder if the price isn’t due to the ridiculously inflated piece of real estate that new Roastery sits on.

  2. The value of this subscription is only going to be seen by major coffee fans. Starbucks Reserve coffees are sold in select stores in 1/2 pound quantities. Due to the small batch roasting & limited quantities available they are pricey. If you buy a bag of Starbucks Reserve coffee in store they range from around $20 – $30, sometimes more. So for people who are familiar with the Reserve coffees and buy them regularly this would be a value.

  3. Yikes! I would spend less on lattes + tips in a month at the real life Starbucks and never have to make anything myself.
    This costs 3-4x what I spend on fair trade, locally roasted beans.

  4. I miss living in Seattle because of the access to great coffee, but $50/lb of coffee is just crazy, even if part of that shipping costs. Agree with all of the posters below!

  5. I just signed up with Driftaway coffee for half the price.

    • Thanks for the tip! I signed up for Driftaway coffee too just now because of your recommendation. I love that the first shipment is $4 and the later ones are $12.

      • I hope you enjoy.

  6. Meh. I hate Starbucks coffee. I will stick with my $6 bag of DD coffee yumm! 🙂

  7. Damn, I was excited about this until I saw the price. Sheesh.

  8. Woooaaahhh there, Starbucks. Y’all need to calm down with that $25 for 1/2lb nonsense.

    • So funny Heathery! That price really chaps my hide, so I’ll have to rightfully decline… Bet they’ll send some great flavors though.

  9. I’m sorry, but $25 a month for one bag of coffee is wayyy too much for a sub! I’ll pass on this!

  10. $25 a month for one bag of coffee, nope. i have an actual roasters just a few steps from my house & they charge about $8-$12 a bag. No way would I pay $25 for one bag. Try again Starbucks.

  11. It seems expensive and I’m not a coffee fan so I am more than thrilled that this isn’t a box I want to sub to

    • My thoughts exactly.

    • Ditto!

  12. II find it hard to imagine any coffee being worth $50 a pound.

    • My thoughts exactly! I might give it a try at a more reasonable price.

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