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 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.
Parlor Prospect ($16.50)
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 Sugarcane Decaf ($20.60)
Blueprint’s Bauhaus-inspired architectural design isn’t just for show. The functional color-coded motif highlights key flavor notes and useful information.
Blueprint Worka — Legese Lemiso ($24.75)
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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)