In another life, I’d wander the streets into a coffee shop and order a drip coffee. It seemed like here in New York, and in any city I was in really, each place had different beans, and through trying them all, I could learn a lot. Now, I’ve been relegated to making coffee at home, which, for the most part, I’ve been fine with. I just do a simple pour over, or I use a reusable K-Cup, or I dump some beans in a French Press. But my coffee selection has been narrowed to whatever they have at my grocery store. And then I found out about Trade Coffee.
Trade Coffee is like the old-school Netflix for coffee. Remember when you’d order a DVD, and by the time it’d come in the mail, you’d forgotten about what you’d ordered until ripping it open? Well Trade is like that, except they are extremely fast at shipping, and the coffee delivered to you is always fresh.