Wouldn’t it be awesome to try out coffee that you cannot buy in shops? Coffee from all around the world. Without going anywhere. Delivered to your home. It’s called Bean Box. A box that delivers random samples of coffee to your home. Fresh coffee. I tried this box out every 3 months since August of last year. I wanted to see if the same quality is provided
A box that delivers random samples of coffee to your home. Fresh coffee. I tried this box out every 3 months since August of last year. I wanted to see if the same quality is provided throughout different seasons.
Bean Box. Is It Any Good?
Depends on how you look at it.
The biggest advantage about this box is that you get 4 samples of coffee that you can’t get in any local shops around you. These 4 samples are also freshly brewed.
On the other side, coffee that you in shops can be sitting there for months. When you compare that with freshly brewed coffee, you will feel the difference. Every time I got a box, it was freshly brewed with an intense smell.
In 2017, it isn’t just the product that matters, we want good packaging, we want a great experience. And Bean Box delivers on that. Nicely packed coffee with a sweet.
That packaging also tells us everything we need to know about our coffee. What it will taste like. Why it’s named like that. When it was brewed. It lets us imagine it before we even see it.
When you go to a shop, you pick what you want. With this box, you don’t. That means that you can end up getting a coffee from a region that you never buy from, or with a specific strength that you never tried, and you could end up loving it.
The biggest problem I have with this box is the fact that while we get to experience a variety of different flavors, the packages are too small. I don’t get to enjoy enough of the flavor to tell if I actually like it and would love to drink it in the long term. However, Bean Box does provide you with an ability to buy bigger packs separately.
The fact that this coffee is only brewed a week before shipment really adds to the experience. It’s a box for coffee lovers that want to try out different tastes.
Is it the future? It’s hard to say. It’s a nice experience, but it doesn’t compare to going to a cafe. The quality matters but the experience matters even more.
But at the end of the day, the quality of the coffee won’t matter either if you can’t brew your coffee, and not everyone can brew coffee like it’s done in Starbucks.
Successisforall is all about mixing self-help with technology, and while coffee isn’t really technology, it sure does help us, especially on the hot sunny days in which it’s so easy to feel tired.