8 Coffee Brands To Try On National Coffee Day (Or Any Day)

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It feels like there’s a national fill-in-the-blank day for everything these days. To see if this was actually the case, rather than just my IG story feed, I looked up some of the most unexpectedly weird national holidays. Two of my favorites are National Belly Laugh Day and Do a Grouch a Favor Day. It’s tough to keep up with all of these are-they-real holidays. 

But, one that I am intentionally celebrating this year is National Coffee Day – today! As a daily few times a day coffee drinker, I’m pretty passionate about a good cup of joe. I’ve rounded up some of TQE’s favorite coffee brands so you, too, can treat yourself and celebrate National Coffee Day.

For the Classic Coffee Devotee

In a world of gadgets and keeping up with the Joneses, the simple things often stand out. If you’re a coffee drinker who just wants to keep it easy, enjoy the brands delivering simple beans in a bag…

Chamberlain Coffee

Chamberlain Coffee

Chamberlain Coffee

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YouTube superstar Emma Chamberlain made headlines in 2019 when she released her coffee brand, Chamberlain Coffee. What the world – or, at least I – didn’t expect was the purist mentality that Emma has put into the brand. The website boasts “no wasteful packaging. Just straight up coffee that tastes good and travels well.” I love it – keeping it real about what I’m going to get is the way to woo me. Chamberlain Coffee offers standard-size bags of coffee like the Social Dog Blend ($14.40 for 12 oz with a subscription), as well as single serve packets, matcha, and cocoa products.

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Trade Coffee

Trade Coffee

Trade Coffee

Starting at $15.75
Starting at $15.75
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If you’re used to buying coffee beans or grounds, but want to keep trying new flavors and roasters, Trade is the coffee subscription for you. Once you take the quiz about your coffee preferences, you can create your own subscription, including custom frequency and grind settings. With Trade, you get a new coffee sent to you on your schedule directly from the roaster. Not only does this allow you total control over your sacred morning ritual, it also means you get the opportunity to support local communities through purchasing their coffee. Don’t know where to start? We’re a bit biased, but we’d recommend the TQE-inspired Grounded Collection. It gives old-school, big flavor at $15.75/bag, which is a pretty amazing price for artisan coffee that comes right to your door.

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Yes Plz Coffee

Yes Plz Coffee

Yes Plz Coffee

$23
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Yes Plz Coffee is one of my new favorite coffee brands for its totally innovative “lack of innovation” mentality. The brand offers a coffee subscription of roasted coffee beans that are different each week. In addition, the ordering process is easy. Yes Plz allows customers to make a quality, yet simple cup of coffee at home that doesn’t break the bank ($23 for a 12 oz bag). The simplicity helps to streamline your morning routine, while the different blends keep each week exciting.

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For the Coffee Concentrate Connoisseur

If you’re into easy coffee that can be made anywhere, you don’t have to give up quality. Allow me to introduce you to a few brands making coffee concentrates to bring you amazing coffee, whenever and wherever.

Jot

Jot

Jot

$26
$26
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Jot is on a mission to “transform your morning routine.” Jot’s concentrate saves busy parents or professionals time and effort – and luckily, you won’t sacrifice on taste (Jot’s proprietary extracting process yields up to 30% more per bean than other extraction methods). A bottle of the “world’s most concentrated liquid coffee,” which makes about 14 cups of coffee, will run you around $26. Not bad, especially compared to the coffee shop. Want to know more? Read Iman’s full review.

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Javy

Javy

Javy

$20.95
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Javy is a coffee concentrate brand that allows you to mix just a tiny bit of coffee concentrate with hot water to create a great-tasting, hassle-free cup of coffee. Javy concentrates run $20.95/bottle, unless you order 2 or 3, in which case it’s cheaper. Each bottle makes up to 30 cups of ultra-flavorful coffee that can be brewed nearly anywhere, anytime.

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Cometeer

Cometeer

Cometeer

$64/32 Servings
$64/32 Servings
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I had one of my favorite at-home cups of coffee with Cometeer (editor Ryan agrees – read his full review). Cometeer brews amazing coffee from its partners, extracts it into a concentrate, then freezes it in aluminum capsules that stay frozen until they get to you. To make your morning brew, simply mix hot water and the capsule. The coffee has exceptional flavor – and the process is just plain fun to do. The capsules come in at $64 for 32 servings in the Mixed Roast Box, so you’re still beating the coffee shop price.

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For the Latte Sippers

What if I told you you can still have your latte and drink it, too? These brands bring the coffee shop to you. The best news? Pants are totally optional with these at-home lattes.

Pop & Bottle

Pop & Bottle

Pop & Bottle

Starting at $2.92/Can
Starting at $2.92/Can
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For those who live an on-the-go lifestyle, Pop & Bottle’s lattes might just be your way to get your latte fix without the long line at the coffee shop. The brand makes lattes in a can, so you can enjoy your latte anywhere. At around $2.92/can, these drinks also likely beat the price of your daily coffee run. Perhaps my favorite part is the added 3000 mg of marine collagen, which helps give you a healthy glow in your hair, skin, and nails. If I’m drinking coffee, I might as well look good doing it.

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Copper Cow

Copper Cow

Copper Cow

$17-18
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Copper Cow’s unique Vietnamese coffee concept allows you to make your own latte at home. The brand’s pour over kits allow for slower, more intentional morning routines for my husband and me. Each kit ($17-18) comes with a filter full of coffee that you situate over your cup and pour water over. For those who like lattes, the special Copper Cow creamer creates a special treat. The brand also just released a great ground coffee line (starting at $13.60/bag) that features its most popular flavors in a regular format. You can read more about our slow mornings in my full review.

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Coffee Lovers Everywhere, Rejoice!

Whether you like it plain, whipped, or full of cream, these brands are bringing the heat to your kitchen when it comes to coffee. Indulge in National Coffee Day with me and try a new – or two – coffee right to your door.

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