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7 stores to get a monthly coffee subscription

Get your daily caffeine fix and save up some cash at the same time!

Arpiwach Supateerawanitt
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Arpiwach Supateerawanitt
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If you take out your calculator and do the math, you’d be surprised—or even mildly shocked— to discover that you usually pay around B1,500 per month (maybe twice that amount if you  like your cups emblazoned with the green mermaid logo or frequent fancy cafés) to get a caffeine boost every day.

The amount does sound exorbitant, especially in these lockdown times, when you have all the time to brew a cup for yourself at home. One way to get your daily coffee fix and to curb your spending is to get a monthly coffee subscription! There are online stores in Bangkok that offer this service and deliver coffee beans right to your front door at a certain time. It’s a great way to save money, still enjoy quality coffee and perhaps even practice your barista skills.

What’s better, some shops have a wide range of beans that can help you expand your coffee horizons. Start exploring your options now. 

  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Siam

Branching out from its original location in Ekkamai, Brave Roasters lives up to the cool hype of Siam Discovery with the killer beans and tasty treats. 

Espresso variations crafted with signature house blends are the star (price ranging from B100). For drinkers with a sweet tooth, the café’s iced signature latte with fun choices of gingerbread (B140) or basil & lemon (B140) syrup won’t disappoint.

There’s also a selection of light bites like refreshing quinoa and barley salad (B175) and smoked salmon sandwiches (B190). Desserts come in the form of soft serve (B110) blending with Brave Roasters’ selected beans.

The cafe also offers a sweeping view over Siam Square, perfect for people (and BTS) watching.

Ceresia Coffee Roasters
Ceresia Coffee Roasters

Ceresia Coffee Roasters

This go-to café for discerning drinkers on Soi Sukhumvit 33/1 also offers a subscription service to help you cut down on coffee costs. What’s great about this service is how you can customize a blend and ask for the beans to be ground for your preferred brewing method: siphon, cold brew, espresso—you name it.

Subscription: Starts from B2,300 for three months, including six deliveries (every two weeks) of a 150g ground bean pack.

Find out more here.

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Coffee Culture
Coffee Culture

Coffee Culture

If you are very specific about how much coffee you want to consume in a month, Coffee Culture may just be ideal for you. You can customize your order according to delivery frequency or even the size of the package. The store also offers subscriptions for offices, which may come in handy later on when lockdown restrictions are lifted. 

Subscription: Starts at B230 a month for six months.


Find out more here.

Left Hand Roasters
Left Hand Roasters

Left Hand Roasters

This local purveyor is all about coffee for a good cause. The brand supports coffee-growing communities in Northern Thailand, and stands for the environmental-friendly and sustainable approach as well. As a bonus, the subscription fee is very cheap!

Subscription: Starts from B336 per month, which includes two bi-monthly deliveries of a 200g whole bean pack

Find out more here.

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  • Restaurants
  • Coffee shops
  • Watthana

This coffee master on Soi Sukhumvit 51, which won second place in the 2018 Thailand National Coffee Roasting Championship, offers its two signature blends—Blend: Black Urso and House Blend: Urso—for subscription. But you can also look into its three-month Explorer’s Package (B1,620), in which a random single origin pack will be shipped to you. 

Subscription: Starts from B880 for three months (200g/month)

Find out more here.

Siam Blades
Siam Blades

Siam Blades

Yes, this company makes knives, but it’s expanded its business to include a wide range of handcrafted and farm grown products, including single origin coffee. They have a variety of  beans to choose from, most of which are grown in Doi Chang.

Subscription: B3,226 per month for four packs (200g/pack) of fresh roasted coffee beans or non-roasted green beans.

Find out more here.

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Skugga Estate
Skugga Estate

Skugga Estate

This store has its own plantation in Chiang Mai, which processes single origin forest-grown Arabica that’s distributed across the kingdom. Skugga also grows other produce like processed cacao, avocado, macadamia and a lot more.

Subscription: Single origin coffee capsules starting from B490 (20 capsules) per month for 12 months.

Find out more here.

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