There are a lot of exciting things for 2019 incubating at the ole Sprudge Studios. Some, like the Sprudge Twenty, you’ve already seen. Some, like the Build-Outs of Summer, you’ve seen in the past and will see again very soon. Others, though, we aren’t yet ready to talk about in anything above a hushed tone.

But one thing we’re ready to shout about from the rooftops is our brand new initiative, the Sprudge Coffee Club. Each week, we’ll be working with different coffee brands to bring you discounts on products they are most excited about. And the best part is, joining the Sprudge Coffee Club is completely free.

At its core, the Sprudge Coffee Club is a commitment-free subscription service where you can come and go as you please. Here’s how it works: every Saturday in the Sprudge Newsletter, we’ll be announcing a new roaster along with a discount code that can be used to purchase the featured coffee from their website. If you like what you see, follow the link in the newsletter over to their webstore and make a purchase. If not, wait until next week.

And we’re kicking this Coffee Club part off right with our friends from Arkansas, Onyx Coffee Lab. You’ve by now heard that name a million times over, and with their strong national presence there’s a very good chance you’ve already tasted the excellence coming out of the NWA. But if you have been living under a rock (non-onyx category), consider this your chance to rectify that error at a deep discount. For our inaugural Sprudge Coffee Club, we’re happy to bring you 30% off—THREE. ZERO—their washed heirloom variety Ethiopia Agaro Family offering. Floral, black tea, peach, and cocoa, this is such a great wheelhouse profile of what washed coffees from Ethiopia can taste like, and it can be yours for pennies on the dollar.

You are by now champing at the bit to get your hands on the discount code. You can’t though; it’s reserved solely for our Newsletter subscribers. But fear not, you too can subscribe for $Free.99 by following this link. Not only will you get sweet deals, but you’ll be able to catch up on the best coffee news and frothy gossip you may have missed over the past week. It’s a win-win!

Ultimately, our goal with the Sprudge Coffee Club is to make the coffee world just a little bit smaller by incentivizing folks to step out of their comfort zone and try roasters they’re unfamiliar with. In the coming weeks and months, we’ll be working with coffee companies big and small, micro- to nano- even, to bring you some truly cool stuff. And who knows, maybe there will be some coffee equipment sprinkled in there for good measure. The only way to find out, though, is to sign up for the Sprudge Newsletter.

Does your company want to be considered for the Sprudge Coffee Club? Drop us a line!

Zac Cadwalader is the managing editor at Sprudge Media Network and a staff writer based in Dallas. Read more Zac Cadwalader on Sprudge.

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