With packaging this nice, you’ll want to keep these coffees on display.
Sometimes you can judge a book by its cover! We say it’s OK to be a little superficial when the coffee inside is just as incredible as its packaging — and these eight Trade roasters certainly check both boxes. Read on to see the designs so good you won’t want to hide them away in the cabinet!
Letterpressed with eco-friendly water-based ink, Coffee Manufactory‘s minimalist bags reflect a “simple, humble, and global approach”.
Created with a dual focus on the environment and design, Parlor’s recyclable sugarcane-based polyethylene packaging features the roaster’s reverent botanical motif.
Introduced in 2018, Huckleberry’s vibrant “psychedelic camo” bags were inspired by the work of graphic designers like Milton Glaser.
Merit’s “Good Energy”, a phrase found at the bottom of each bag, comes through in this roaster’s high-contrast aesthetic, while a prominent lantern nods to its namesake logo.
Merit Miguel Guzman Honduras ($18.75)
Blueprint’s Bauhaus-inspired architectural design isn’t just for show. The functional color-coded motif highlights key flavor notes and useful information.
Blueprint Colombia Inga Community ($19.50)
Celebrating the link between people and machinery, Máquina‘s packaging depicts a female hand to honor women’s role in coffee.
Taking after the Turkish flag as a nod to coffee’s deep roots, Ritual’s logo has a prominent place on its packaging, which was designed to resemble a gift wrapped in a keepsake belly band.
Inspired by the tag on your favorite T-shirt, Madcap’s signature white nylon label takes a fashionable approach to design that reflects the luxuriousness of its coffee.
Madcap Six One Six Blend ($16)