Amora Coffee is a subscription delivers coffee to you direct from the roaster. You can start with a $1 trial and then receive 4+ bags a month from them at the frequency of your choice.
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Amora Coffee
The Cost: $59.80 per month (4 bags of coffee per month)
The Products: The default delivery is 4 half-pound bags for $14.95 each (a total of $59.80 plus shipping). However, this subscription is totally customizable - you can pick the blend, quantity, and frequency of delivery by calling their customer concierge line at 1-855-642-6672.
Ships to: US ($8.95 via Priority Mail)
Since I'm a consistent black coffee drinker, we decided to try out the $1 trial offer from Amora Coffee. This was my first time trying the Amora Coffee subscription and bean in general.
The bag is good for multiple cups of coffee. In their default subscription terms, you'd be receiving 1 half-pound bag of Amora Coffee per week - so this is the exact size you'd receive each week. I think this might work for a single coffee drinker, but in a multiple coffee drinker household/office, you might need to upgrade.
My biggest issue with the bag was that it wasn't resealable. Typically, you'd have tabs on each side to close the bag after use. I resorted to simply using a rubber band - which is fine, but I thought it was unusual to not easily reseal these days.
I used this bean to make a batch of cold brew coffee in my Bespoke Post: Concentrate review. The coffee turned out delicious - smooth and not bitter at all - I really loved the taste overall. It was excellent in a hot brew as well, carrying the same consistency.
Verdict: Overall, I thought the bean was delicious. Though I must admit, I'm not a huge coffee critic, though I drink a lot of it. I drink my coffee black, so when I get something really bitter or watered down tasting, it's immediately noticeable - and the Amora bean didn't have that for me. Their website leaves me wanting, though - having to manage preferences and frequency over the phone is not ideal after buying online.
Have you tried Amora Coffee? What did you coffee connoisseurs out there think of it?