Good Trip Coffee Launches Subscription Coffee Club Experience

Artisanal Cold Brew and Mixed Ground Coffee Infusions May Now Be Delivered to Member’s Doorsteps

Denver, CO — Good Trip Coffee, announces the launch of a new subscription coffee club experience that delivers new brews to member’s doorsteps monthly. This curated experience, offering thoughtful, dynamic coffees that are refreshing and richly flavorful, capture a taste of new exploration for the coffee lover and dreamer, leaving them in a present, positive state of mind.

With clean ingredients, no added sugars and no chemical flavorings, these vibrant coffee infusions and single origin brews rely on only the highest quality raw ingredients.

The Cold Brew Club features infusions and single origin cold brew coffees pre-portioned into convenient brew bags, including Beach Bum Blondie, Darjeeling Dirty Chai Brew, Mayan Cocoa and Yerba Mint Flow along with a Nicaraguan single origin, La Floración, as well as the African and South American blend, Heart of the Sun. The Coffee Infusion Club features the same flavor infusions in mixed ground coffees hand-mixed with organic raw ingredients, packaged loose and best brewed in a French press. The Seasonal Coffee Club features a rotation of cold brew and mixed grounds throughout the year while a Special Release Series of coffees primarily features limited-run and seasonal offerings made available to subscribers first. Additionally, custom box subscriptions can be created for those that already have their favorites. Subscriptions start at $22 per month. Though the subscription service is the primary way to enjoy Good Trip, individual single-package purchase is also available online.

ABOUT GOOD TRIP COFFEE
Good Trip Coffee was founded in 2016 by husband-and-wife team Angela and Andrew Oehlerking after traveling for a year through parts of Africa, Europe and finally, Nicaragua, where they eventually settled and spent most of their time. After touring the coffee-producing regions of Esteli, Jinotega, Matagalpa and Nueva Segovia and meeting with the producers, cooperatives, buyers and exporters, the Oehlerkings decided to return to the United States and six months later, Good Trip Coffee was born.

Located in Denver, CO, Good Trip Coffee is primarily an online subscription retailer that also sells in select local markets and events as well as Anthropologie stores across the country (Scottsdale, AZ; Carlsbad, Los Angeles, Newport, Palo Alto, San Francisco, CA; Westport, CT; Chicago, IL; New York City, NY; Portland, OR; Devon, PA; Austin, TX; and Georgetown, Washington D.C.).

Good Trip offers single origin coffees (fresh coffee from one cooperative or producer), blends (a mixture of fresh coffees from more than one origin) and infusions (fresh ground coffee hand-mixed with organic raw ingredients) in two primary brewing formats: cold brew, pre-portioned into convenient brew bags; and mixed grounds, packaged loose and best brewed in a French press. Whole bean packages are also offered for single origin and blends as part of Good Trip’s Special Release series.

Good Trip currently sources roasted coffees through two companies, Vega Coffee, located in Nicaragua, which provides coffees from Nicaragua and Colombia, roasted by the farmers and air-shipped within days of roasting; and Corvus Coffee Roasters, located in Denver, which provides Good Trip’s rotating Heart of the Sun blend. Though new coffees and new opportunities with roasting partners are constantly being explored by Good Trip, the Oehlerking’s sourcing commitment remains the same: to buy only from women and smallholder producers using sustainable methods who get paid above fair trade price based on quality, not commodity.

Good Trip is committed to sharing the human story behind coffee and promoting more equitable and sustainable communities, sourcing from women and smallholders exclusively. Good Trip contributes 1% of all sales to the Nuevo Amanecer Women’s Cooperative Scholarship Fund– a fund managed entirely by its members, which provides access to higher education. Investing in women is powerful and the benefits extend well beyond the household, to include entire communities, and the impact is particularly significant in coffee-growing regions around the world.

No detail is overlooked at Good Trip, including the packaging, featuring bold, original artwork by Denver artists Josh Holland and Shannon Bonatakis.

For more information on Good Trip Coffee and its subscription offerings, please visit www.goodtripcoffee.com or follow on social media @goodtripcoffee.

 

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