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Do you want to expand your coffee horizons by trying coffee from South African roasters?

Here are a few companies that I have found where you can Subscribe to Coffee :

 

 

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Discover Great Coffee Club

Get 6 selected coffee’s delivered directly to your door. Select a once off delivery for R540.00 or an annual subscription of 4 deliveries (one every 3 months) for R2 070.oo. Please note that the bags contain coffee beans and all bags are 250g each.

This is the subscription service that I belong to. They give fabulous service and the coffee is freshly roasted before being delivered to my door. The coffee club is administered by The Coffee Magazine.

Based in Durban.

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Coffee Drops Co

*NEW* Discover 4 local roasteries each month and taste and review your experience online. Door to door delivery in Cape Town and Postnet collection for the rest of South Africa. Each box contains 4 x 80g of either beans or ground coffee. The beans are freshly roasted before being packed and delivered. They currently have the Pay As You Go (no subscription) coffee box for R279.00.

Based in Cape Town.

 

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Bean Box Club

Many different Home Subscriptions from 3 months to 12 months and you can also choose from whole beans to the type of grind either fine or course.  The Home Subscriptions are further broken down into bag size choices – 250g, 500g and 1kg bag options. A 3 month home plan starts from R299.00 per month (250g bag) up to R3 289.oo for 12 months for a 1kg bag. All Home Subscriptions include a free gift every month. There is also an Office Subscription 3 month plan for 2kg of coffee per month for R1 799.00 (pay for 3 months and get a 4th month free).

Look under STORE on the website and buy bags of coffee from roasters such as Urban Grind and Bean There.

Based in JHB.

 

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Bean There Coffee

Join the Bean There Tribe where you can receive freshly roasted coffee to your door every month. Choose from 3, 6 or 12 months. You can also choose how many bags you would like to receive per month – 4, 6 or 8 bags. The bags are 250g each.

Under SHOP on the Bean There Coffee website you can also buy one or more bags of coffee, coffee equipment and even Bean There merchandise.

Based in JHB and Cape Town.

 

 

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Republic Coffee

Choose your favourite Republic Coffee and then whether you want whole beans or ground (you can choose your grind type). Decide on the length of your subscription either 3 or 6 months. You can also choose how many bags you want per month and whether you want 250g or 1kg bags.

Under SHOP on the Republic Coffee website you can also buy coffee and coffee making equipment.

Based in Cape Town

 

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Cape Coffee Beans

Cape Coffee Beans do not have a coffee subscription service, but if you look under the GUIDE TO GIFTS FOR COFFEE LOVERS on their website you will find various bundle boxes that contain coffee’s from various coffee roasters. The boxes range in price from R379.00 to R569.00. Please note that Cape Coffee Beans only sell whole beans so make sure you have a grinder. Warning : Once you enter the Cape Coffee Bean’s website don’t complain to me when you buy lots of coffee making equipment and coffee.

Based in Cape Town

 

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The East London Coffee Company

Join their Coffee Club and choose your Combo eg Combo 1 contains 250g premium signature blend, 250g roasters reserve single origin (premium bean) and 250g roasters reserve single origin (speciality bean) for R199.00. You are able to choose a roast style between Medium and Dark Roast and you can also choose whole beans, ground medium and ground fine.

Under SHOP ON-LINE on the website you can also buy coffee machines and also other coffee making equipment.

Based in the Eastern Cape

 

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The Magnificent Barista Boys

As a monthly coffee club subscriber your coffee will be roasted to order and delivered to your door. Subscribers are also the first to know about their new and limited seasonal coffees and they can also expect an invite to their annual social event. Subscriptions range from R180.00 to R360.00 per month. Choose the blend that you require (eg Bohemian Blend) and the bag size 500g or 1kg beans.

If you don’t wish to take out a subscription they also have a COFFEE BEAN SHOP and if you look under EQUIPMENT on the website you will see coffee machines, grinders and automatic bean to cup machines.

Based in Cape Town.

 

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Deluxe Coffeeworks

Choose between the Deluxe House Blend or the Deluxe Decaf and your choice of subscription of every week, 2 weeks, every month or 2 months. Bag sizes are 250g or 500g and you can choose between whole beans or a particular grind (this depends on how you make your coffee). If you don’t wish to take out a subscription you can order coffee from their website, take a look under BUY COFFEE.

Based in Cape Town.

 

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Pause Coffee Roastery

Choose an option per month – 2 x 250g, 4 x 250g, 6 x  250g or 2 x 1kg. Choose between beans or ground (course or fine) and delivery interval – either once every 2 weeks or once every 4 weeks. The subscription costs R136.00 to R495.00. There is free delivery in George, Wilderness and Sedgefield and standard courier charges for everywhere else. Look under SHOP on the website to buy coffee, bamboo cups or coffee making equipment.

Based in the Western Cape.

 

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CDS Brands International

Three difference subscriptions – 250g R80.00, 500g R150.00 and 1kg R270.00. Choose between beans or ground and whether you would like a medium or dark roast. Look under SHOP ONLINE on their website for other coffee options and you must look at their Boeretroos Mugs.

Based in Pretoria.

 

NOTES :

I have bought from Discover Great Coffee Club, Bean There Coffee and Cape Coffee Beans and have received very good service and timely deliveries.

Please click on the company name to go directly to their website.

This list of coffee suppliers and roasters that offer subscription services was discovered by Google search (some I did know of already). If you know of any more that should be added to this list, please comment below.

 

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