Fresh roasted organic Ugandan fair-trade coffee delivered straight to your door!
Please note this page is for regular Ugandan subscriptions. If you would like a one-off coffee purchase please visit our Imuka Fair Trade Coffee page. Sorry our Colombian coffee is not available as a subscription.
Subscribe to the Coffee Dispatch and either once or twice per month,* you'll receive your own fresh Ugandan coffee beautifully boxed with exclusive offers, competitions, news and tips. Available with your choice of grind.
Once you’ve made your first payment on our website, we’ll contact you to discuss your ongoing preferred payment method. You can cancel your subscription at any time – simply contact us.
Our beautifully packaged coffee also makes a great gift idea! Give a Coffee Dispatch subscription to a family member, friend or colleague. Let us know this is a gift in the ‘special instructions’ box when you add to cart, and we’ll contact you to get your recipients delivery address and coffee preference and discuss your ongoing preferred payment method..
Prices include shipping NZ wide. Coffee Dispatch is only available within New Zealand.
* Twice per month only available on 500gm subscriptions. Please ask us for special prices on multiple packets of 200gms on a monthly basis.
Our coffee is certified Fair Trade and Organic. You can enjoy every sip that little bit more! We'll ensure you receive our freshest roast. Your boxed coffee will be dispatched straight from the roastery to your door.
Don't be caught short of coffee – this way you need never run out! Choose how much coffee you’d like, what type, and how often you want it delivered. Not only does our medium roast taste wonderful, but profits are poured back into our family strengthening project in Uganda.
"Your coffee membership means that every month you are providing direct support to children and their families in our Imuka programme in Uganda. It's a total win! Your simple act of purchasing from us ensures we can continue to provide support to families at risk in very needy areas."
Sue van Schreven