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“Perhaps most notably, your feedback can be passed on to the coffee farmers themselves. Finally, in case you wanted to feel even more satisfied with your subscription, 5 cents on every pound is donated to coffee’s future sustainability.”

“Think of this curated, fair-trade subscription as the gold-monogrammed stationary set of the coffee snob world.”

“If a coffee service that will do all the legwork of catering to your taste buds for you sounds good, you might want to give Driftaway Coffee a chance.”

“We’re particularly excited about Driftaway Coffee, whose personalized boxes connect you with farmers from all over the world (and you can even send them thank-you messages!).”

“Innovative Brooklyn, New York-based brand Driftaway Coffee is redefining how consumers discover and experience lesser-known single-origin coffees through its personalized monthly coffee subscription service.”

“Driftaway Coffee is an ethically sourced coffee subscription box. The whole experience is far and beyond better than roaming the Keurig aisle at the grocery store.”

“Driftaway coffee is the perfect gift for any coffee connoisseur, especially those who like to know the unique story behind their morning brew.”

“I was recently introduced to Driftaway Coffee after trying out a 4-pack sample of its roasts, and was not disappointed. I’m a self-certified coffee snob, and these coffees were rich, bold and flavorful in every sense of the word.”

“With Driftaway Coffee, you’ll get a personalized fresh roasted coffee subscription box that connects you to your coffee farmer, all while contributing to their livelihoods.”

“As the coffee industry is generally lacking in transparency, it’s refreshing that Driftaway has been trying to establish a more open channel of communication between coffee farmers and end users.”

“The single origin coffee beans are shipped six hours from roasting and every coffee comes with the story of the grower. Such a special touch that is also very interesting and educational.”

“The coffee beans in each Driftaway box are roasted within 6 hours of being shipped, and that’s a level of freshness you can definitely taste, as this is some of the best coffee we have ever prepared at home.”

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Customer Reviews

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A few weeks ago I got my first delivery of @driftawaycoffee. Their trial pack which includes 4 different roasts and location of coffee was delicious and exposed me to different types of coffee. I just setup my profile to get biweekly deliveries. This a small shop owned by a couple that are sourcing coffee beans from small family farms in Central and South America as well as parts of Africa. Definitely worth a try! @the_real_sags
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I received a coffee subscription for my birthday from #driftawaycoffee . From the initial sample pack I'm drinking the Columbia Mustafa this Morning which is pretty good. @mycoffeephotos
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A couple of days late because #uspsfail but I’m overjoyed that my #driftawaycoffee came today. I’ve been without for the last three days. @justin_loves_doughnuts
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Finally tested the Phoenix 70 by @saintanthonyindustries today with MSP (Myanmar Shwe Padauk) coffee from @driftawaycoffee, and I'm convinced the brew column is the perfect way to brew dark roast iced coffee. With a heated temperature, the brew method was more bitter than preferred but the taste was smokey and crisp. When properly iced, the MSP held its strength and flourished. The teased flavor notes of baking spices, cinnamon and dark chocolate intensified. Not many coffees maintain the same integrity when iced, but thanks to the Phoenix 70, there may be some hope for the warmer months! @nomorebabylon
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Mexico Oaxaca -San Pedro (MOS) from @driftawaycoffee. The bean smells are perfectly suited for a candle. Lush with sweetness and generously crisp. The flavor was slightly complex from the bold caramelly notes and the subdued chocolatey aftertaste. The body was lighter and the acidity was playfully neutral. Though it's not my ideal flavoring for a coffee, Ryan loved it--he's guilty of enjoying bright and clean coffees such as this one frequently. @nomorebabylon
Mexico Oaxaca -San Pedro (MOS) from @driftawaycoffee. The bean smells are perfectly suited for a candle. Lush with sweetness and generously crisp. The flavor was slightly complex from the bold caramelly notes and the subdued chocolatey aftertaste. The body was lighter and the acidity was playfully neutral. Though it's not my ideal flavoring for a coffee, Ryan loved it--he's guilty of enjoying bright and clean coffees such as this one frequently. @nomorebabylon
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I’ve been waiting on this one and I’m excited for this morning’s cup. This Honduras Siguatepeque Prone promises dark chocolate, walnut, and toast. Stay tuned for my take. @coffeecamisado
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Analog coffee experience this morning. @natedog187