This month’s Starbucks Reserve subscription coffee is the Nicaragua Maracaturra. For those who might not know, the subscription serves sends you a freshly-roasted coffee once a month. It’s always a small-lot rare coffee, and almost always something you won’t find in the United States and Canada Starbucks Reserve stores.

Here’s the link to subscribe:

Starbucks Reserve Roastery subscription.

I just recently got my January subscription in the mail and I have to say that I’m excited to try it. It’s an unusually large-size  varietal coffee bean, which Starbucks says will have peach and apricot flavors. You can read more about it here. The Reserve Roastery subscription gives you a chance to try very rare coffees. You’ll even make your local coffee master jealous! 😉 Past Reserve Roastery subscription coffee have included Tanzania Mt. Meru and Bali Vintage Klasik, both amazing coffees.

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