A Monthly Subscription} The 227g Option

By: Badger And Dodo  05/12/2011
Keywords: Bean, Roasting, Origin Coffee

Monthly subscriptions are roasted on the first tuesday of each month, mailed with An post on wednesday to arrive with you on the thursday. The only exception to this is in January where it is roasted on the second tuesday as couriers aren’t operating so early in the new year.

We always offer 10-12 coffees online, some of which will come and go with the seasons. We buy in small volumes which allows us to provide you with fresh and current crops. In addition to this, we are passionate about ‘Roasting and Posting’ ie roasting on the tuesdays and posting on wednesdays – it simply can’t get much fresher than that ! Being small and organised in this fashion, and being focused on estate and origin coffee allows us to present to you a unique product which we believe is hard to beat.

To purchase:

  • simply choose whole bean or grind,
  • KEEP the selction package at 227g: Do not choose any other size at this point. Other size selections from this page will be refunded.
  • eg, for a 12month x 227g subscription of whole beans you will see a total of €99.50, an extra €2.70 will be added before final checkout, bringing the total to €102.20
The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: Bean, Origin Coffee, Roasting,

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