Surprise Me Coffee Subscription Club - Any Coffee
Surprise Me Coffee Subscription Club - Any Coffee

Surprise Me Coffee Subscription Club - Any Coffee


Live on the edge! Enjoy that little surprise when your parcel of coffee arrives.

We will choose different coffees for you each time. Redber has over 30 different origin coffees. 

Your coffee is roasted fresh to order, packed and dispatch on the day. Ready for you to enjoy days after roasting. You simple complete this order and we do the rest. 

You can manage or change your subscription account at any time. It is completely flexible.

If you want to brew coffees a specific way, say espresso, or pourover, or you just want to narrow down the options, then leave us a note on the order and we can pick the perfect coffees from our range.

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Richard J.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Surpise me

Good. I look forward to receiving the 150gm bonus iwth the next surprise

Christine R.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Surprise Me

Love the surprise element of this. Have had two different coffees so far, both delicious. Easy to set up the order and it reliably comes every two weeks.

David B.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

It was not nice to drink. The quality and flavour was not as good as previous coffees. I would not order this. It was Colombia Planadas, dark roast.

Andrew W.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Columbian loveliness

I get beans every 3 weeks for the last year. Yet to have a coffee I haven’t enjoyed.

Andrew D.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Columbia Planadas dark roast

Wow. This was special. I've only been with Redber and making espresso for about 7 months but have a surprise me subscription, so I've tried quite a few beans, but this one really stands out for me. The body and sweetness are more pronounced than any I've so far tasted. Wonder whether the switched-on growing methods have anything to do with it. Well worth a try!