Single Cup Club is a monthly subscription of artisan coffee blends in single-serve (think Keurig) cups!
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Single Cup Club
The Cost: $14.99/month (your first month is automatically $5.99, though), plus $3.99 flat-rate shipping. There are also options for a 3-month subscription ($41.97 prepaid, equaling $13.99/month) and a 6-month subscription ($77.94 prepaid, equaling $12.99/month).
COUPON: Use code BOX10 to get your first monthly box for $10 (including shipping)
Save 20% off the 12-month subscription with code COFFEEADDICT20!
The Products: Each box has 15 artisan, Keurig-compatible single-serve coffee cups – you get 5 each of 3 different blends.
Ships to: US
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Each box comes with some information on the lid, explaining the brands, brews, and coffee profiles.
Door County Coffee & Tea Co. Almond Toffee – value: $3.75 total
This coffee is flavored like almond toffee and is really good. It smelled amazing! I really felt the flavor stood out fantastically with a little cream.
Twist Pine Coffee Roasters 100% Costa Rican Blend - $2.91 total
This coffee was good, but it’s definitely a lighter, brighter flavor profile. The info card even calls it “floral” and “clean.” I’ve learned that I like my coffees more full-bodied and earthy, so this one wasn’t one I’ll buy after running out of samples. That’s just my personal taste, though.
Coffee Icon Nantucket Island Blend – value: $2.70 total
This coffee was my favorite out of the three this month. It’s supposed to be a “smooth and relaxing” blend – I’m not sure if the relaxation I felt drinking this was due to the blend itself or to my morning coffee withdrawal receding, but I definitely loved this!
Verdict: I really like the concept of Single Cup Club. I like trying different blends and roasts with my Keurig, so I had fun with this box. The only thing I feel you have to consider is the value. I think a lot of value comes from the curation and discovery aspect for this particular subscription. 15 single-serve cups for $15 is pretty steep when compared to how many you can get for $15 at the grocery store. So, if you love exploring different coffees and trying blends you never would have found on your own, and own a Keurig, this subscription might be for you!
What do you think about Single Cup Club?