10 Coffee Subscription Boxes That Will Jumpstart Your Morning

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No matter what curveballs life throws at you, it's always nice to have a trusty caffeine dependency that remains the same. That's why we're all about coffee subscription boxes — no matter your preference, you can get everything from rare, single-origin beans to cold brew cans delivered straight to your door. All you have to do is choose your flavor, quantity, and frequency and you'll be set with regular java-filled packages for at-home coffee delight. Scroll down for 10 of the best options out there to make sure you'll never be without your morning jolt.

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1. Atlas Coffee Club, starting at $9

On a mission to bring exotic beans to your home, Atlas Coffee Club is a monthly subscription that sources micro-lot, single-origin coffee from around the globe. Each box introduces a new, freshly roasted coffee from countries like Costa Rica, Brazil, and Indonesia. Deliveries come with flavor notes, a postcard, and brewing tips. (Colorful, patterned packaging is an added bonus.)

2. Bean Box, starting at $16.50

With Bean Box, you can choose to receive a single roast or a sampler of four different beans for each delivery. Coffees are handpicked from a curated list of 35 top artisan roasters, like Dapper & Wise Coffee Roasters, Coava Coffee Roasters, and Caffé Vita Coffee Roasting. Choose light, medium, or dark roasts to personalize your package to your taste or opt for 'I love all roasts' to get a variety.

3. Driftaway Coffee, starting at $14.57

Focused on the farmer, Driftaway Coffee includes the bean's growing story with each plastic-free, compostable package. The customized experience begins with a tasting kit of four distinct, single-origin, whole bean coffees that you rate in your profile so that all your subsequent deliveries match your preferences. The brand's Farmer Feedback program allows you to share compliments and observations with the grower, and a percentage of profits from every box goes to supporting sustainable lives for coffee farmers.

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4. Intelligentsia, starting at $21

Chicago-born Intelligenstia was one of the first roasters on the craft coffee scene. Over the past 25 years, the company made direct trade trendy as it expanded. It now has coffee bars in five cities, as well as a robust wholesale business. If you want recurring Intelligentsia deliveries, you can either pick the exact blend you want, design your package based on flavor profile, or let the specialists surprise you. Tea subscriptions are also on offer if that's your thing.

5. La Colombe, starting at $14

La Colombe is a Philadelphia-based tastemaker and another early pioneer of direct trade sourcing. If you're familiar with the company's canned draft lattes and roasts from one of its 30 cafes, you can subscribe to your favorite and never run out. You can also go for one of the two rotating subscriptions, so you can taste a different blend each time. 'Cornerstone & Alliance' features dark to medium roasts, while 'Workshop' is for those who favor light to medium.

6. MistoBox, starting at $10.95

When you subscribe to MistoBox, you get matched with a coffee curator who will select beans and roasts based on your palate. You can also choose for yourself from the company's 'Brew Queue,' a list of coffees from over 50 artisan roasters like Onyx Coffee Lab, Verve Coffee Roasters, and Colectivo Coffee. Plus, MistoBox is integrated with Alexa, so you can use your Amazon Echo to control your delivery schedule and update your order.

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7. Partners Coffee Roasters, starting at $14

New York is home to Partners Coffee Roasters, a craft coffee operation that is dedicated to highlighting its partnerships with farmers, producers, and all the other businesses that come together to create its product. If you know what you like, simply subscribe to your desired roast. But, for adventurous homebrewers, there is the roaster's choice subscription that rotates single-origin and blends from around the world.

8. Tandem Coffee, starting at $20

Beloved by New Englanders and visitors alike, this Portland, Maine roastery offers membership to its Coffee Subscribers Alliance. Tandem allows you to sign up for recurring deliveries of drip single-origin, espresso, kinda dark, half-caf, or decaf. Perhaps the most alluring offering is 'The Good Thing,' a coffee and vinyl club that will send you a record and a bag of whole beans each month.

9. Trade, starting at $14.75

A quick, six-question quiz will help you find your perfect coffee match, according to Trade. The service doesn't even require you to enter your email to get your results, but true coffee lovers will subscribe to begin deliveries as soon as possible. Expect packages full of beans from roasters like Revelator Coffee Company, Sightglass, and Ritual Coffee Roasters.

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10. Yes Plz, starting at $17

With a Yes Plz subscription, you're putting your coffee fate in the hands of two industry experts. Each shipment includes its newest blend or single origin release that they source from top-quality farms all over the world and thoughtfully roast in Los Angeles. The roasting style is the "lighter side of medium," so this subscription is a great choice if that's right up your alley. Your only decision is regular or decaf, but you'll get a comic and a playlist in each package either way.

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Morgan Goldberg is a writer based in Los Angeles. She likes pasta, hiking, and crossword puzzles.