Although Atlas Coffee Club is relatively new to the market (founded in 2016), they’ve gained popularity by curating a collection that spans globally to regions in Brazil, Kenya, Peru, Costa Rica, Indonesia and beyond. Customers can opt for single bags or join the subscription service that sends coffee and a postcard from a new country every month—plus, tasting notes and brewing tips for each batch. The packaging is vibrant and Atlas guarantees freshness in every order.
You really can have it all in your morning cup of joe. FuelGood Espresso Caramel comes with a shot of espresso, a light dose of creamy caramel, and the power punch of 16 grams of protein. It’s organic, vegetarian, non-GMO, and gluten-free, but most notably, it tastes like a drink you’d get from a high end coffee shop.
Good things take time, which is why Caveman Coffee’s cold brew takes over 16 hours to make. Hand-picked, wet processed and small batch roasted by a master coffee roaster in Albuquerque, New Mexico, this product is the only single estate nitro cold brew available in America! Each 8-ounce can is packed with a hit of nitrogen—a refreshing and energizing choice just in time for summer.
Not all lattes are created equal, as evidenced by this sweetly satisfying concoction. Made with only seven ingredients (eight, if you count love), the Lavender Nutte coffee drink is ideal for consumers who are in search of a non-dairy and non-almond alternative. The cashews add a heartiness to fill you up and the vanilla-lavender combination adds a natural flavor.
This local restaurant made a name for itself with its food trailer’s menu of butter coffee offerings. Since then, Picnik has created convenience for customers with a selection of three bottled flavors. Health-conscious folks will love the classic Cappuccino—it’s unsweetened, creamy, and delicious. The Cappuccino is made from the highest-quality blend of fair trade organic coffee, grass-fed butter, and MCT oil, and is packed with 10 grams of grass-fed whey protein.