Pick A Cup Review March 2017
Pick A Cup is a monthly subscription box that delivers 24 single serve coffee pods right to your door every month, whether you want to enjoy your coffee at home or at work. They kindly sent us this box for review.
Oh my goodness! A brand new box, one that comes filled to the top with single serve coffee pods, and it is Canadian!! This is going to be a good day!
Pick A Cup is a brand new subscription box and this will be my very first time reviewing it. I happen to be a coffee addict, so this is the perfect box for me. I also happen to LOVE my Keurig, so I definitely prefer coffee pods to bags of beans. I have a feeling this box is going to be my new best friend.
When you sign up for a Pick A Cup subscription you have a couple of options:
- Choose your preference (light roast, medium roast, dark roast, decaffeinated, flavoured or mystery)
- Choose your subscription option (month to month, 6 months or 12 months)
Each box will include a minimum of 3 varieties of your coffee preference. Today I am reviewing the mystery box.
Eeek! Just looking at this sea of coffee pods is making my little heart happy. Here’s a list of the flavours/roasts I received:
- Twisted Pine – Caramel Sea Salt
- Twisted Pine – Wakey Wakey
- Green Mountain Coffee – Our Blend
- Wolfgang Puck – Hawaiian Hazelnut
- Wolfgang Puck – After Dark Decaf
- Hurricane – Coconut Fudge Typhoon
- Guy Fieri – Unleaded Decaf
- Martinson – Kona Blend
- Martinson – Breakfast Blend
- Timothy’s – Columbia Excelencia
- Timothy’s – Sugar Bush Maple
- Adagio – Caffe Napoli
- Balzacs Roasters – A Dark Affair
Pick A Cup Review March 2017 – Final Thoughts
I absolutely LOVE the idea of having your coffee delivered to your door each month. I’m all about convenience, and that is what this subscription is providing. I like to receive practical boxes; boxes that do the shopping for me. I often have to run to the store just for coffee alone. I think Pick A Cup provides value simply because it makes for one less trip to the grocery store. The only thing to note is the price of the subscription. When you factor in shipping costs it’s a tad bit expensive. So it’s a matter of convenience vs value. Are you willing to pay a bit more to have your coffee delivered to your doorstep each month? For me personally, the delivery aspect certainly adds value. I have a very busy schedule and any service that saves me time is ultimately providing value. Now it’s time for a coffee break…..