Portland Gifting Company Launches Monthly Coffee Subscription Service

inger mcdowell - WithLovePDX_CoffeeShoot_120Portland Company Launches Monthly Coffee Subscription Service With Love, From PDX gathers local micro roasters to launch coffee subscription service featuring some of Portland’s most coveted coffee roasters. Starting February 3, subscribers can experience coffee from micro-roasters through a monthly subscription service delivering coffee to your home.

Established in 2015, With Love, From PDX has worked with over 75 Portland artisans, designers, and makers to design curated gift collections featuring some of Portland’s most notable brands. Founder, Inger McDowell-Hartye has returned to her subscription service roots by launching this new service for passionate coffee drinkers. “Portland’s known for its food, beer, and now with the launch of this new coffee subscription service anyone can get freshly roasted coffee delivered to your doorstep every
month,” says McDowell-Hartye.

Micro-roasters from Marigold and Tanager to more well-known brands like Portland Roasting Coffee,
Nossa Familia and Sterling and Trailhead will be offering up selections of coffee beans from around the
world to subscribers.

“We’re lucky to live in such a coffee-rich city-with amazing coffees from all over the world expertly roasted by dozens of artisan roasters here in Portland. We’re excited that this subscription service will allow anyone, anywhere to experience Nossa Familia Coffee. And along with it, they’ll also get a taste of Portland’s coffee scene every month, delivered right to their doorstep,” says Operations Manager Karen Lickteig.

Subscribers can expect to receive a bag of light-medium to dark roast delivered on a bi-weekly or monthly basis. Each bag comes with artisan profiles on the coffee’s region and the key flavors of each roast, with helpful tips on the body, acidity and sweetness of the beans.

Subscriptions cost are $19 for a biweekly delivery or $21 per month. Standard USPS Priority Mail shipping within the continental US. Subscribers can expect to try coffee from Ethiopia, Guatemala, and Nicaragua roasted, packaged, and delivered fresh.

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