What's in the box: April.
Happy Easter! Instead of getting an Easter basket, you’ll be getting an Easter box filled with amazing coffees! We’ve got fan favorites coming from Heartwood, Commonplace, The Grind, and Dark Ritual and some unique new coffees from our newest roasters Notion & Mad Priest! We’re so excited to have Notion and Mad Priest partnering with us to help bring you all amazing specialty coffees. The guys over at Notion are some of the friendliest people we’ve had a chance to work with and their coffees have been incredible to try via pour over. We’ve loved every single coffee we’ve had from them and we hope you do too! We’re also excited to have the fun and hilarious group over at Mad Priest become part of Dripbox! We love having the ability to work alongside roasters that are extremely skilled at what they do, but also have a great sense of humor. If you get a chance – check out their YouTube videos (one of which is a Pulp Fiction parody)!
If you’re new here and taking a peek at what we have to offer – you can view what our April subscribers will enjoy below. Coffees rotate each month and we’re always looking to add new roasters into the mix. If you’re ready to begin your coffee journey you can click here to view our coffee subscriptions and use code SIPTHEDRIP10 at checkout for 10% off your first box.
In the April box we will feature the following roasts depending on which roast profile you selected:
Light Roast Subscribers will enjoy:
Mad Priest: Nicaragua El Diablo, Jinotega.
This is a washed processed coffee with tasting notes that are creamy with cocoa and citrus.
Notion: Guatemala San Martin Organic.
This is a washed process coffee where you can expect a beautifully bright, yet rounded cup with a juicy body and strong notes of honeycrisp apple, red grape, hibiscus and a raisin bran cereal finish.
Heartwood Coffee Roasters: Rwanda Akagera from the Bushekeri Sector, Nyamasheke District, Western Province.
This is a washed process coffee with tasting notes of raspberry, clementine, and cane sugar.
Commonplace Coffee Roasters: Dimtu Ethiopia from the Shakiso, Guji region.
This is a natural processed coffee with notes of honey, strawberry, and graham cracker.
Medium Roast Subscribers will enjoy:
Commonplace Coffee Roasters: Jacob Regalado Peru from the Querocoto, Chota, Cajamarca region.
This is a washed processed coffee with tasting notes of toffee and pecan with turmeric-like acidity.
The Grind Coffee Roasters: Honduran EP from the Santa Rosa de Copán region.
This is a washed processed coffee with tasting notes of maple syrup, blackberry, and juice undertones. Pairs great with pancakes and eggs!
Mad Priest: Columbia Los Naranjos from the Huila region.
This is a washed processed coffee with tasting notes of dark chocolate, peach, and cherry.
Dark Ritual: Colombia Villa Sofia from the Salamina, Caldas region.
This is a washed process coffee (36–48-hour pre-fermentation in cherry, 48 hour fermentation) with tasting notes of panela, red delicious apple, and floral notes.
House Blend subscribers will enjoy:
Mad Priest: Sloth Dispelling Breakfast Blend.
This is a blend of washed processed coffees from rotating Latin American coffees sourced through Caravela Coffee Importers with tasting notes that are smooth, nutty, and balanced.
Commonplace Coffee Roasters: Lending Hearts Blend.
A blend of coffees from South America.
Lending Hearts addresses the need for assisting pediatric cancer patients and families in surviving treatment. Programs and services promote wellness, community and emotional support both in treatment and beyond. Their vision is to embrace the immediate, enhance the possibilities and enrich future survival emotionally, sharing and lending of one’s heart.
Proceeds from the sale of this blend will go directly to Lending Hearts
To learn more, please visit: http://www.lendinghearts.org/
Notion: Component Blend from the Conceicao Das Pedras region of Brazil, Cartagua, Copan region of Honduras.
This is a blend of natural processed Brazil and honey processed Honduras coffees. “Inspired by the individual regional components that makeup one fantastic coffee, Component is the result of meticulous experimentation in search of a blend of coffees that is exceptionally versatile. Our favorite application for Component is as espresso. In definite American style, Component is the ultimate daily espresso – sweet, creamy, balanced and bright but not overly acidic.”
The Grind Coffee Roasters: House Espresso Coffee.
A dark roast coffee with tasting notes of vanilla, molasses that’s not oily, but still strong and bold. It works great in all manner of espresso machines with great creme’ and taste.
Light Roast 12oz Subscribers will enjoy:Notion: Guatemala San Martin Organic.
Medium Roast 12oz Subscribers will enjoy:Mad Priest: Columbia Los Naranjos from the Huila region.
House Blend 12oz subscribers will enjoy:Commonplace Coffee Roasters: Lending Hearts Blend.
All subscription orders are billed on the 5th of each month and shipped on the 15th of each month. The cutoff date to subscribe for a month is the 5th. For example, if you place your order on the 6th of April it would be shipped the 15th of May. We are working on weekly and bi-weekly options for those who want more frequent shipments!
Thank you and please feel free to send any feedback our way/ leave a review!
Sit back, relax, and sip the drip.
-The Dripbox Team