A COFFEE SUBSCRIPTION PERSONALIZED TO YOUR TASTE
A COFFEE SUBSCRIPTION PERSONALIZED TO YOUR TASTE
HOW THE COFFEE SUBSCRIPTION WORKS
All subscriptions start with a tasting kit of four coffee profiles. Brew them side-by-side, or at your own pace - and see how different coffees can taste!
Rate the coffees from your tasting kit in your account. You can keep it simple and just like or dislike each coffee, or you can record all your tasting notes & observations.
There's new coffees in all profiles monthly, and you'll only receive coffees matching your taste. Discover new coffees from small farmers from around the world!
As you get new coffees, rate and review them in your account. You can order more of the ones you love, and keep track of your favorite coffee origins and farms!
WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE DRIFTAWAY
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New coffees are released every month in your favorite profiles, so you'll never get bored with the same coffee. Discover new origins and coffees that appeal to your taste buds.
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WHAT'S IN THE DRIFTAWAY TASTING KIT
The first delivery of all coffee subscriptions, the tasting kit has four single-origin coffees belonging to four distinct taste profiles. Through this kit, you’ll discover the unique tastes coffees can have based on where they are from & how they’ve been roasted. There’s something for everyone in the coffee subscription!.
1. FRUITY - Light Roast
Our Fruity Profile coffees come from East African countries like Ethiopia, Kenya etc. Our very first Fruity Profile coffee was Kenya Nyeri Gatomboya AA.
The Fruity profile has coffees with flavors that fall into three broad categories: fruity (citrus, stone fruit etc), floral notes (chamomile, jasmine etc) and sweet notes (honey, sugar).
2. CLASSIC - medium roast
The Classic Profile is modeled after the traditional "coffee" taste that many coffee drinkers have grown to love. When most people think of coffee, this is what they think of.
Classic coffees come from Central and South American countries like Brazil, Costa Rica.
Predominant flavor notes are nuts (walnut, roasted almond etc), sweets (toffee, brown sugar etc) and chocolates (dark chocolate, cocoa nibs etc).
3. BALANCED - light-medium roast
The Balanced Profile maintains origin characteristics along with roast flavors. Our Balanced coffees come from the countries as the Classic coffees but they have different tasting notes.
This profile has the greatest diversity in flavors - often featuring chocolate flavors with bright notes from perceived acidity. The quintessential Balanced coffee is one from Guatemala, where high altitudes create rich and complex flavors.
Typical flavors we strive for include chocolates (milk chocolate, caramel), sweets (vanilla, toffee) and citrus (grapefruit, lemon etc).
The Bold Profile deliver a big body, rich flavors and clean finish. While we don’t roast as dark as traditional coffee roasters do, high-quality beans ensure a taste mix of a few origin characteristics with a bold flavor. It also makes for great espresso!
For the Bold Profile, we select coffees from all over the world, including Peru, Uganda and Papua New Guinea.
This profile has notes of chocolates (dark chocolate, cocoa etc.), sweets (caramel, maple syrup etc.) and other flavors (orange, raisin, pepper, etc.)
TASTING KIT REVIEWS
"We finally broke into some of it this afternoon and it included this awesome postcard that told us about the bean, the farm the coffee came from, etc.
Super cool getting to try some unique coffee flavors and learn where they came from too 💜☕️"
"Diving in to some new coffee this morning! Received this awesome @driftawaycoffee assortment in the mail, with freshly roasted beans stemming from Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Tanzania. Kicking things off with the Brazil on my @hariov60."
"Here is one of our Christmas presents. A subscription to @driftawaycoffee. We love being able to try different choices from all over the world. Each sample comes with its own little postcard about the code and region."
SUBSCRIPTION MANAGEMENT MADE EASY!
"This is my favorite coffee in the entire world!! Every 2 weeks I receive a pound of coffee from different regions of the world that are small batch roasted the day before they are mailed out. There is a story about the coffee, the farms it came from and you can even sample coffees to see which ones you like!! You can also send the coffee farmers personal messages about their coffees. You create a coffee profile online and then they send Coffees that they feel you would like. Besides that they have great customer service and will hold orders while you are on vacation and send you extra if you are entertaining!! Highly recommend!!!"
-Pamela E., North Dakota
Mwika is a town considered to be one of the gateways to Mt. Kilimanjaro. Coffee was brought to Tanzania by Germans in 1835 but it was only in 2012 those from Mwika formed a sub-group called Mwika North. This is their coffee.
Musa Kuloba is a long-time coffee farmer and family man in Uganda operating a 6-acre plantation with 300 coffee trees. Allowing the cherries to be processed at a new wet mill nearby, Musa is focused on growth and health of his plantation. This is Musa's coffee.
Agriculture on the small farms in San Pedro Necta is mostly certified organic, as the community has chosen sustainable practices as one of the ways to differentiate themselves and to remain competitive in this famous coffee-producing region.
La Estrella comes from 126 different producers from the department of Nueva Segovia. This is a region very close to the border with Honduras and is part of the Cordillera de Dipilito Natural Reserve, a place with rich biodiversity of flora & fauna.