Single-Origin, Direct Trade, Roasted Coffee
Do you love unique, hard-to-find coffee? Are you looking for the perfect, thoughtful and unique gift? RichlandHub are super excited to launch our new Tanzanian Coffee Subscription. Every month we will send you two 12 ounce whole bean bags of coffee.
This purchase price of any subscription also includes standard shipping!
The first will be one of our single origin coffee products available year-round via our website. The second will be our Coffee of the Month - a limited supply of extra special coffee which is hand-selected by us each month. We will provide you with unique insights into this extra special coffee, such as where it is grown, its taste characteristics, and information on how it is harvested.
Our Coffee of the Month will also be available to purchase via our website throughout the month until supplies run out - as we are confident you will want to buy more. As with all of our coffees, these beans will be roasted less than 24 hours before we ship it to you. Both coffees within your subscription will arrive beautifully wrapped in tissue paper, and will contain additional information about your Coffee of the Month selection, making it the perfect gift.
We are driven to source and supply our customers with the highest quality, single-origin Tanzanian coffee. Our company is built on the belief that our communities are what make us great - our passion and unwavering support is what allows us to provide strong support to local farmers and underrepresented communities. Share in our love of coffee and Tanzania with this wonderful and unique subscription.
All subscriptions will be shipped within the first 5 days of each month. The cut-off to receive the next month's shipment will be 5 days before the end of that month.
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These products come from an organization that is giving back to the community. Having been born and raised at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro Bonny James wants to help the women in the villages where it has historically been difficult for them to obtain an education.