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Whether you can't start your day without a cup of joe or prefer a leisurely afternoon espresso, there's no doubt that your coffee drinking habits have changed recently. And if you're looking for a way to change up your routine at home, a coffee subscription might be just what you're looking for.

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From monthly boxes filled with coffees from around the world to a versatile coffee concentrate that will be delivered to your door every two to six weeks, there are plenty of options out there for every type of coffee drinker. These subscriptions will allow you to try new blends then send you new suggestions based on your preferences, allowing you to become the coffee connoisseur you've always dreamed of being.

Keep reading for our favorite coffee subscription services.

Atlas Coffee Club

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If you're interested in trying coffees from around the world, Atlas Coffee Club is your perfect resource. With this subscription, you'll receive a bag of coffee and accompanying postcard from a new country each month, allowing you to feel like you're traveling the world from your kitchen table.

To buy: atlascoffeeclub.com, from $9

Trade Coffee

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Trade Coffee allows you to try coffee from roasters all over the U.S., including Verve Coffee Roasters in Santa Cruz, CA and Quills Coffee in Louisville, KY. Just take a simple quiz and Trade will match you with a coffee that you'll be sure to love.

To buy: drinktrade.com, from $15


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Mistobox offers over 500 different coffees from more than 50 artisan roasters, so you'll never be short on new blends to try. You can choose how much coffee you'd like and how often you'd like it delivered based on your caffeinated beverage drinking needs.

To buy: mistobox.com, from $11

Bean Box

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Bean Box offers two types of coffee subscriptions: a Coffee Sampler and Coffee of the Month Club. The Sampler option will give you "a monthly tour of Seattle's top coffees" with four different 1.8-ounce bags. The Coffee of the Month Club, on the other hand, will send you a new 12-ounce bag of whole-bean coffee each month, complete with tasting notes and brewing tips.

To buy: beanbox.com, from $24

Jot Ultra Coffee

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If you prefer iced coffee (or if brewing with whole beans or grounds just isn't your thing), Jot makes getting your morning caffeine fix as easy as possible. All you need is one tablespoon of Jot's Ultra Coffee concentrate and your preferred milk or water and you can create endless hot and cold drink combinations. A Jot subscription allows you to get a new bottle delivered to your door between every two and six weeks, depending on your preference.

To buy: jot.co, from $20

Intelligentsia Coffee

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Intelligentsia's subscription service allows you to enter your taste preferences and the brand will guide you to selecting your new favorite coffee. And if coffee isn't your thing, you can also purchase a tea subscription.

To buy: intelligentsiacoffee.com, from $21

La Colombe Coffee

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No matter what type of coffee drinker you are, you can find one that fits your taste and have it delivered to your door every one to four weeks. In addition to best-selling light and dark roast blends, you can also include La Colombe's cold brew and draft lattes in your subscription.

To buy: lacolombe.com, from $13

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