REVIEW: Mixcups Coffee Subscription Box
We were early adopters of the single serve coffee trend. Our trusty Keurig is used several times daily, and my husband and I both enjoy everything from coffee to cappuccino to cider to cocoa. We are always looking for a new beverage to try, and that’s why we were so thrilled to try Mixcups!
Mixcups is a single serve coffee subscription service for those who want to try a little variety in their morning drink. For $28.95 a month, you are sent 30 individual cups, in your choice of regular or decaf coffee, or tea.
The box is beautifully basic, and reminiscent of those cardboard sleeves you can get for your cups at coffee shops 🙂
Here are all 30 of my cups. As you can see, I got a mix of flavored and non-flavored coffees. There are dark, light, and in between blends.
Out of 30 cups, there were 10 individual flavors, meaning that yes, some of the cups were repeats. I was thinking there would be a bit more variety, but it was alright, because all of the brands featured were ones we had not yet tried.
My husband’s fave was the Mystic Morning Marley Coffee. It had a little bit of cinnamon that paired nicely with the flavored creamer he likes to use. It is also organic, so that’s a big plus.
Personally, I preferred the Cake Boss Italian Rum Cake. I liked that it was on the lighter side, and was just sweet enough that it complemented the sweet snacks I usually have with my coffee in the afternoons.
The espresso was something we both liked if we needed a little extra help getting up and going in the mornings.
Mixcups is a great way to get introduced to coffee brands you may not have heard of, and to maybe find a new favorite!
You can subscribe per month, or shop the website for the flavors you liked in your box.
**DISCLAIMER: I received free product from the company above to test for this post. No other compensation was given, and my photos and opinions are my own. Powered by BrandBacker.
Posted on April 14, 2015, in product review. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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