Forget water, coffee is the elixir of life! Well, coffee does have water in it, but you get our point. We at WomenStuff are huge coffee fans (probably consuming a shipping container’s worth on a daily basis), so we were blown away to learn about Coffee Snob Club, a new coffee subscription service in South Africa.
So, what makes Coffee Snob Club unique? Not only do they deliver right to your door in a timeous fashion, but the real crux of Coffee Snob Club is their monthly curation of the best coffees from around SA.
The team at Coffee Snob Club hand-picks the very-best coffees from a variety of exciting local roasters, and pairs them with chocolates, biscottis, nuts and rusks – all locally made, of course. Some of the coffees you can expect to get include blends from Father Coffee, Urban Grind, and State 5.
The coffee (in bean or ground format) and treats themselves are packaged excellently, and members will even get cards from the roasters, explaining a bit more about the blend you’re trying that month, along with information about the brands.
The packaging is simple, yet there’s a great attention to detail with everything The Coffee Snob Club does— from the ordering process, right down to the opening of your goods.
And if you don’t think you need that much coffee (which would be bizarre, but hey, each to their own), there are multiple subscription offers available, including a once-off order, month-to-month subscription, or a 3-month subscription, which the 3-month package currently on special for R249.99. Epic.
If you love the idea, but drink most of your coffee at work, then tell your boss about the corporate offers available, so your company can sign up and get some of the country’s best delivered right to your office.
So, if you’ve heard about Father coffee in Joburg, but living in the ‘burbs in Cape Town; or perhaps just want to be surprised by your monthly caffeine injection – no problem! Sign up to Coffee Snob Club and you can be tasting the country’s best blends, all in the comfort of your home.
Jeremy is the Editor of MenStuff and has worked as a professional journalist at SA Rugby magazine, MyBroadband, MyGaming, and written for FHM and TGF Tech. Every now and then, with promises of cake we manage to lure him over to the WomenStuff offices to share his wisdom with us.