July 2014 The Roasters Pack Review + Coupon Code

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The Roasters Pack
Cost: $29.95/month. (Canadian Dollars)
Ships To: United States & Canada.
July 2014 The Roasters Pack
July 2014 The Roasters Pack

The Roasters Pack, who kindly sent me this to review, is a monthly coffee subscription service. Each month you will receive three 4oz. pouches of coffee beans either ground or whole bean (this 12 oz makes over 35 cups of coffee!) from three different roasters.

July 2014 The Roasters Pack
The Box

The Roasters Pack ships directly from Canada and arrived within a week.  Packages are shipped within 1 to 7 days of roast date so your coffee is always freshest it can be.

July 2014 The Roasters Pack
First Look

I had forgotten to tell B that this one was coming, but he was around when I opened it and was quite excited to check it out with me.

July 2014 The Roasters Pack
The Information Card

The July 2014 Roasters Pack didn’t have a stated theme, but included the following coffees:

~Monogram Coffee Roasters – Ojo De Agua: Monogram Coffee is a small batch roasting company located in Cambridge Ontario.  B took all of these to work for the boys to enjoy and they have been loving them!

July 2014 The Roasters Pack
Monogram Coffee Roasters – Ojo De Agua

~Detour Coffee Roasters – Gutiti Alemu: Detour is located in Burlington, Ontario and works with a number of independent smaller farms to source their beans. The tasting notes on this say “juicy ripe orange and cherry dominate the front end of this cup and lead to a floral, peachy finish”. B did not mention any of those things and since I dump a ton of cream in my office I wouldn’t have either, but I know he liked it a lot.

July 2014 The Roasters Pack
Detour Coffee Roasters – Gutiti Alemu

~Bows & Arrows Coffee Roasters – Bella Carmona Estate: Bow & Arrows is located in Victoria, British Columbia and are very focused on sourcing transparency. They invest in the producers they purchase from regularly and enjoy having a relationship with their suppliers.

July 2014 The Roasters Pack
Bows & Arrows Coffee Roasters – Bella Carmona Estate

I didn’t do a cost breakdown on this subscription because it would have been too difficult to calculate shipping and the costs of the sizes provided. But you get enough coffee for at least 35 cups making it less than $1/cup which is awesome!  I am pretty sure even K-Cups cost more than that and we all know that Starbucks costs WAY more than that!

What do you think of The Roasters Pack?  If you are interested in subscribing or just want to learn more, head over and check them out!  And don’t forget to use the code “RAMBLED5” to save $5 off your first month!

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Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
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Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

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  1. Lindi

    I am so excited to try this subscription!

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