This Holiday Season's Best Deals

Tis the season...

to enjoy fresh roasted, custom ground New York Coffee.

We've compiled a list of this season's best ways to stock up and save!

1. Give a gift subscription!

Our best value! Pay up front and get free shipping.

2. Save 10% with our curated bundles.

3. Let them choose, with an online gift card!


Introducing our newest cafe, 27th and Park!

We've opened our newest cafe in Manhattan adding to our list of locations across the city’s landmark neighborhoods. The new cafe is located at 121 E 27th Street and serves our locally roasted coffee, along with fresh pastries and premium teas from In Pursuit of Tea.

The new space represents a fresh look for us, blending design inspiration from New York’s iconic interiors with warm eclectic materials and refined details. Further inspired by our city’s iconic past, a door at the back of the cafe leads to the speakeasy J. Bespoke which operates after-hours.

In accordance with city safety recommendations, we are taking the same careful safety precautions implemented at our other cafes including plexiglass counter guards, social distancing markers, and extensive cleaning regimens. The shop is currently only open for takeout, though we have plenty of curbside seating for customers to enjoy their New York coffee.

Brew Method Matchmaker



(FYI: All of our orders are custom ground to ensure you get the perfect extraction from your NEW YORK COFFEE) 

How to make the perfect cold brew

Follow these easy steps to make your own refreshing cold brew at home!

1. Order Cold Brew Blend and select the “French Press” grind

2. Add 8 ounces of cold water for every ounce of coffee

3. Soak for 18 hours to make a concentrate

4. Filter and dilute to 2 parts concentrate to 1 part water

5. Add ice!


Need help choosing a single origin?


Trying a new coffee can be a bit intimidating. To make your journey easier we enlisted the help of Jay (our Director of Coffee, pictured above) to pair our core classic blends with similar single origins. Scroll through the pairings below to explore...


You’re a fan of Highline’s floral notes and light body? We are too – that’s why we love Konga! This fruity, vibrant coffee from Ethiopia is a regular in our yearly rotation.

71 House is renowned for its medium body and smooth, sweet flavor; its caramel overtones overlap with this year's Holiday Edition (and the sweet satisfaction of helping a worthy cause).

We crafted Blackstrap Espresso to balance a chocolatey body with a citrus twang; the same delicious juxtaposition that makes Natamaya a staff favorite! This rich coffee from El Salvador shares notes of chocolate and a fruity finish.

Explore these New York Coffee Bundles!

Explore New York Coffee with our curated Bundles! These trios offer a great chance to try something new or give someone the perfect New York Coffee gift. Either way, you'll get free shipping!


71 House, Blackstrap Espresso, Highline

We've bundled our three essential New York blends. Explore this range of profiles that exemplify the balanced, sweet flavor we're known for.



Blackstrap EspressoGotham, Hudson

When done right, dark roasted coffee should deliver balanced flavors from perfectly caramelized sugars. The delicious range displayed in our dark roast lineup is worth exploring.


Highline, Colombia Microlot Series, Gakenke

This bundle represents our staff favorites for this season. Each is well balanced and sweet, yet all exhibit a diversity of flavor. And they taste delicious iced!


Why not have fresh roasted, custom ground coffee delivered directly to your door? No matter what home brew method you use, we've got the coffee for you! You can also pick these up in our cafes where we'll grind them to order.

Find our Brew Guides Here for the recipes we recommend.




Baroida, Papua New Guinea | Partner Spotlight

Known for its remote location and cultural diversity, Papua New Guinea holds a unique place in the coffee world. The eastern highlands, home of the Tairora tribe, were mostly cultivated for sweet potatoes and other crops to feed the tribe’s families.

In the early 1960’s, Ben Colbran bought the land and began planting coffee. The farm is named for a the traditional spirit who is believed to live in a rock in the river running through the farm.

Today the Baroida farm is owned and managed by Ben’s son, Nichol Colbran. He manages the farm with the assistance of his sons Rhett & Chris.  

The Colbrans have perfected their style of coffee processing through decades of experience and built a full wet mill on-site for their washed process coffees. They also handle their own exporting and are focused on traceability. We have been buying coffee from them since 2016.