Atlas Coffee Club Review

Atlas Coffee Club Review
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One 12oz Bag of single origin coffee from the best coffee growing regions in the world, delivered to your door each month! FREE Shipping!

$19.95

Coffee Choices

Pre-Selected

Coffee Types

Whole Bean, Ground, Light Roast, Medium Roast, Dark Roast, Single Origin

Coffee Delivery Frequency

Every 2 Weeks, Every 4 Weeks

Coffee Package Size

One – 12oz Bag

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Atlas Coffee Club started with the purpose of sharing the world’s coffees. They are there to satisfy the coffee addicts true cravings and created a Club Culture online community for coffee lovers. Their team is hands-on and they curate some of the most refined, remarkable coffees from around the globe to deliver them straight to your door.

A club that focuses on bringing together coffee lovers and superior coffees from around the world.



PROS:
  • Postcard from your coffee country
  • Globally curated coffees
  • Expert brewing recommendations
  • Superior tasting profiles
  • Deep discount on first order
  • All single-origin
  • Can reorder bagged coffees
  • Customized coffee selections
CONS:
  • No gift cards


Coffee Selection: (Rating: 10/10)

The Good

All of the coffees from Atlas Coffee Club are single-origin and expertly curated by their staff of coffee aficionados. They grab coffees from around the world that are sure to impress and wow the senses.

Their coffees feature light-to-medium roasts and medium-to-dark roasts. For the bold adventurer, you can sign up for all roast types and receive coffees from all over the roast spectrum.

You can also select between whole bean and ground (at your convenience).

Every coffee is unique, exotic, and not something you’ll find locally.

Their coffees come from the far reaches of the globe, including Peru, Kenya, Brazil, and even Ethiopia.

They do offer a few blends as well, such as their Midnight Blend, which features a robust dark roast designed for those that are ready to burn the midnight oil.

The Bad

They don’t offer k-cups, iced coffees, flavored varieties, or decaf, but that is because they are focusing on global coffees and exotic explorations. They are clear about their company’s concept; therefore, we aren’t holding it against them.

Coffee Bean Freshness: (Rating: 10/10)

The Good

All coffees are curated from single origin beans and come from some of the most refined coffee growing regions in the world.

Each batch has a freshness guarantee from Atlas. They promise that all coffees are delivered at peak freshness and you will receive a brand new bag if your freshness is ever compromised.

Atlas Coffee

Atlas Coffee

All bags are vacuum-sealed and protected from light.

The Bad

Nothing. The freshness of Atlas Coffee Clubs beans is astounding. The moment you open the bag you can tell how fresh they are and the aroma is ecstasy.

Coffee Quality and Taste: (Rating: 10/10)

Read my full experience of Atlas Coffee Club to see how trying this club’s coffee turned out.

The Good

Atlas Coffee Club promises that they will curate some of the finest coffee from around the world, and they deliver on every word.

Atlas Coffee

Atlas Coffee

I received a Brazilian Cerrado Mineira. It is a medium-roast and while I’m usually partial to dark roasts, I was in love with this one.

Atlas Coffee

Atlas Coffee – Brailian Cerrado Mineira

The body was smooth, the flavors of hazelnut and chocolate were there, but they didn’t overpower my senses. There wasn’t any lingering aftertaste and definitely no acidity. It was quite amazing.

The Bad

Nothing. I was so impressed with this bag that when it’s gone, I’ll probably be reordering it.

Memberships/Pricing: (Rating: 10/10)

The Good

You have a lot of say in how you receive your club membership. When you go to subscribe, you’re presented with a list of questions.

First, you will pick how many bags of 12 ounce coffee you want, ranging from 1 to 3 bags.

Second, you choose how often you want your coffee delivered, which ranges from biweekly to monthly.

Next, Atlas wants to know your coffee preference, so that they can send you coffee within your preferred taste profile. You can choose Light to Medium, Medium to Dark, or All Roast Types.

Last, you choose if you want whole bean or ground.

Prices range from $14 for one bag, $28 for two bags, and $42 for three bags or about $1.17 per ounce. While pricier, you are paying for single-origin, expertly curated coffees.

You can change your selections at any time, swap preferences, cancel and pause too. There’s no contract or commitment here.

The Bad

It is hard to find negatives with Atlas Coffee Club’s concept. Their prices are reasonable, their membership options flexible, and you even have say in the type of coffee you receive. Overall, their membership is impressive, competitive, and worth trying out.

Additional Club Perks: (Rating: 9/10)

The Good

Every shipment comes with a postcard from the region where your coffee is featured from.

Each shipment also includes tailored brewing recommendations so that you can fully explore the flavor notes of your coffee.

If you join the club, you also receive a lifetime discount of 5% off bagged coffees. If you like certain coffees or want to try something out of the membership, you can purchase them from their online store. You could also subscribe to the specific coffee and receive a 7% discount.

Their community online features articles from local contributors, brewing instructions, coffee education, insight into specific coffee regions, and more. They even discuss local coffee shops to visit in certain regions, travel advice, and tidbits.

The Bad

There are no free trials at this time and you can’t earn free coffee.

Shipping/Packaging: (Rating: 9/10)

The Good

All coffee clubs come with free shipping.

They promise your coffee will be received within seven days of roasting or your next bag is free — that’s quite the perk.

Atlas Coffee Tasting Notes

Tasting Notes

Instead of excess paper, your tasting notes and coffee information are printed on the label of the bag. Here you will find the processing method used, altitude the coffee was grown at, the flavors, and the roast. You also receive the region and name of the coffee.

The Bad

Their shipping presentation is a little lackluster compared to other clubs, but I love the colorful packaging and postcard.

Gift Memberships: (Rating: 8/10)

The Good

You can send a gift subscription to a recipient of your choice through the Atlas Coffee Club.

To do this, you will need to pick from one of three options:
Starter Pack – 3 Months
Standard – 6 Months
Coffee Lover – 12 Months

These are all prepaid gift memberships. The coffees will feature all types of roasts, but you can pick ground or whole bean.

The Bad

Some may be turned off by having to prepay for three, six or 12 month subscriptions. This means they have to know their coffee recipient is a true coffee lover that will enjoy the membership.

There are no other coffee gifts or gift card options either.

Website: (Rating: 9/10)

The Good

Atlas Coffee Club has one of the most extensive brewing guides I’ve ever seen. They have sections that focus on each type of brew, from aeropress to French press to pour over. They tell you in detail how to use each method, equipment you’ll need, and how to maximize flavor.

They focus on the artisan way to brew, so no automatic machines and brewers here, but that’s not an issue.

The community section doubles as their blog and they have guest contributors who also help share the wealth of coffee knowledge out there.

The Bad

Their FAQs section is a little sparse, but most of the information you need to know is placed on the respective pages, so you don't have to go hunting down information.

Customer Service: (Rating: 10/10)

The Good

Atlas Coffee Club lets you leave a message online and you can even attach pictures or files. They also have an online contact form. They also are available on social media.

Atlas responds extremely fast to inquiries. We reached out to them and had a response in less than one hour. They are friendly, helpful, and their lightening fast response times are extremely impressive. It goes to show that they take their customers seriously and we appreciate it.

The Bad

There is no dedicated phone line.


Atlas Coffee Pricing

Free shipping on all plans.

1 Bag Club: Includes one bag of 12 ounces of whole or ground coffee with your taste preference. Brews about 30 cups. Starts at $14 per bag or $0.60 per cup.

2 Bag Club: Includes two bags of 12 ounces of whole or ground coffee based on your taste preferences. Brews approximately 60 cups. Starts at $28 per shipment or about $0.55 per cup.

3 Bag Club: Includes three bags of 12 ounces of whole or ground coffee selected based on your taste profile. Brews approximately 90 cups of coffee. Starts at $42 per shipment or about $0.50 per cup.

Atlas Coffee Club 3 Bags
Deal

Atlas Coffee Club 3 Bags

Three 12oz Bags of single origin coffee from the best coffee growing regions in the world, delivered to your door each month! FREE Shipping!

1 year ago

$59.85

Atlas Coffee Club 2 Bags
Deal

Atlas Coffee Club 2 Bags

Two 12oz Bags of single origin coffee from the best coffee growing regions in the world, delivered to your door each month! FREE Shipping!

1 year ago

$39.90

Atlas Coffee Club 1 Bag
Deal

Atlas Coffee Club 1 Bag

One 12oz Bag of single origin coffee from the best coffee growing regions in the world, delivered to your door each month! FREE Shipping!

1 year ago

$19.95




Specification

Pricing

Monthly Price Range: $14 to $42

Pkg. Size: 12oz to 36oz

Free Shipping

Shipping Frequency

Every 2 Weeks

Every 4 Weeks

Club Duration

On-going Until Cancel

3 Months

6 Months

Coffee Types

Single-Origin

Whole Bean

Ground

Light Roast

Medium Roast

Dark Roast

Membership Options

Gift Memberships

Random or Selective Coffee Choices: Random

Ability to Pause/Skip Shipments

Customer Service

Email

Online Tutorials

FAQ's


Who is This Coffee Club Best Suited For?

This is a club for the true coffee adventurer. You can’t be afraid to try something new with Atlas Coffee Club. Instead, you’re ready to satisfy your craving for the exotic and new and explore a different country and bean in every cup.


What We Like About Atlas Coffee Club

Freshness Guarantee: Atlas is the only club I’ve seen so far that offers a freshness guarantee. They promise to all customers that if their bags of coffee are not received within seven days of roasting, they will send a free bag. That’s quite impressive. Not only are they saying they have “fresh” coffee, but they’re backing it up.

Coffee Bags Designed By Atlas: When you receive your coffee, you may notice that the bags are colorful, artistic and unique. That is because Atlas Coffee Club uses the inspiration of the region, their landscapes, and colors to create a bag that helps you feel more in touch with the region. You can read about the inspiration behind each bag too on their Coffee Culture posts.

Atlas Coffee Postcard

Atlas Coffee Postcard

Postcard: With every bag you receive coffee from, you receive a postcard from that region. My coffee came from Brazil, so I received a postcard for Brazil.


What We Don't Like About Atlas Coffee Club

No Newsletter: If I had one complaint, and it’s more of just a nitpick because that’s what I’m paid for, I wish Atlas included a newsletter. I’d love to read more about the region where the coffee came from. While they do share this online, it would be more educational to have it in the box with your coffee. That way you could read it over while sipping on your next exploration.


Final Thoughts

Atlas Coffee Club has an amazing product and concept. These are true coffee experts that are dedicated to exploring the globe’s exotic offerings. From their unique bag designs to fun, creative blogs, they are a worthwhile coffee club for anyone that likes to explore the world’s finest coffees.

9.1 Total Score
Unique Coffee club featuring a coffee from a new country each month!

A coffee club that features single origin coffees from the best coffee growing regions of the world. Great club for anyone that likes to explore the world’s finest coffees.

Coffee Selection
10
Coffee Bean Freshness
10
Coffee Quality and Taste
10
Memberships/Pricing
10
Additional Club Perks
9
Shipping/Packaging
9
Gift Memberships
8
Website
9
Customer Service
10
PROS
  • Postcard from your coffee country
  • Globally curated coffees
  • Expert brewing recommendations
  • Superior tasting profiles
  • Deep discount on first order
  • All single-origin
  • Can reorder bagged coffees
  • Customized coffee selections
CONS
  • No gift cards


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Shailynn is a word slinger, chef, Pinterest addict and adult coloring book collector. As our Operations Manager and Senior Researcher/Editor, you will find Shailynn busy finding new companies and topics to research, but also handling the crazy day-to-day on the backend – and by crazy…we mean all of us. She attended the International Culinary Institute, where she studied pastry arts and she worked as an executive pastry chef before hanging up her chef’s hat and decided to work from home as a writer. She is a fanatic for a great cup of coffee or wonderful glass of wine! Shailynn is a mother of three and married to a handsome firefighter.

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