About Angel’s Cup
Angel’s cup is a unique twist in coffee tasting subscription that is meant for the ultimate coffee lovers; they source artisan coffee that is expertly created and one can’t find in grocery and drug stores, subscribers are sent different samples of coffee through the year for tastings. Thus subscribers get access to high quality coffee sent directly to their homes, and though they aren’t the only coffee subscription service, Angel’s cup stands out from the pack due to the quality of the coffee sent. They also offer a money-back guarantee, and customers get to taste high quality and professionally-made coffees, and customers not only get a huge variety of coffee, but will also get updated on their coffee knowledge. For an affordable yearly subscription, tasters get 208 different types of coffees. Customers can also use the mobile APP to select the type of roasting and how to brew the coffees at home. The coffee is usually shipped the same day it’s roasted.
Angel’s Cup doesn’t feature a price-match guarantee.
Customers can choose a subscription with the Angel’s Cup, and pay-as-they-go, there are no commitments and customers can cancel anytime. For all types of subscriptions, there is free shipping in the US. If for any reason the customer isn’t happy with the coffee they received - they will get a 100% refund.
Angle’s Cup is a subscription model, and there are three types of subscriptions customer can choose from:
The black box provides four lager samples of coffee; and customers choose to select from the whole bean, course or fine grind, and select the type of roast, and also select how often they will receive the coffee, for a yearly subscription.
The cupping flight offers four small samples, and the customer chooses the type of coffee they would want to receive and the frequency. All stars only draw the top rated coffees from the subscriptions listed above; in this 1 bag of whole bean coffee is delivered every 2 weeks.
Sales and special promotions are advertised on the website, and social media channels.
Angel’s cup doesn’t specify qualified customer discounts.
The company doesn’t specify a trade-in policy.
Angel’s Cup doesn’t offer a credit card to customers.