Beanboat Specialty Coffee Subscriptions for Offices
Give your coworkers, employees, and visitors coffee they're proud to drink and serve!
Beanboat isn’t just about good coffee, it’s about knowing who you benefit and how it empowers them. Your choice to have beanboat in your company reflects your commitment to sustainability, worker-empowerment, and ethical consumption.
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How it works
No sorcery is involved. Beanboat takes care of everything for you so you never have to run out of coffee again. All it takes is 3 simple steps:
Subscribe to your coffee and let us know how you like it.
Let us know how you want your coffee. Whole beans or fine grind?
We roast your coffee in Bahrain and deliver it to you.
We roast your coffee just right for each type, bringing out the best notes and aromas, at least 24 hours before delivery to let the flavors settle. Then we pack them in our biodegradable bags either whole beans or fine grind, depending on you. And last but not least, we deliver it right to your doorstep for free!
And feel good about it! Not only are you enjoying a great cup of coffee, you are also helping a generation of coffee farmers live a sustainable lifestyle after decades of being exploited by the conventional coffee trade models. Learn more about what we do and how you’re helping.
Try it for 1 BD!
We are certain you will love it! We’ll get you a 15g sachet of our signature Beanboat coffee on us. If you don’t like it (we’re sure you will!), then No commitments!
Rainforest Alliance Certified
The coffee you’re subscribing to is grown and cultivated by Pedro Maya and the Los-Frailes farm. Pedro has received the certification seal of the Rainforest Alliance, which is only granted to farms that have been audited to meet standards that require environmental, social, and economic sustainability.
Your subscription to Beanboat Specialty Coffee helps Pedro Maya directly. It enables him and his family to continue working on the farm he inherited from his ancestors.