You Can Have the Coffee from Disney Parks Delivered to Your Door

Joffrey’s will even deliver to enchanted castles, we’ve heard.

The most magical part of my day is my first sip of coffee in the morning. Whether it’s a mug of drip coffee or a brand-new latte from Starbucks, coffee never fails to put a smile on my face. Looking at my kitchen counter, you’ll find about 12 different kinds of coffee because I have to try every bean at least once.

So what could be more perfect for a coffee-lover than an all-too-convenient Disney coffee delivery service? Not much. Sign. Me. Up!

Who Will Deliver the Disney Coffee?

If you’ve had the pleasure of visiting a Disney park, you’ve likely seen Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company kiosks. The company is Disney’s official specialty coffee provider. Joffrey’s has even collaborated with Disney chefs to create blends for guests to sip at Disney’s restaurants.

If you haven’t yet had the pleasure of seeing a latte with Mickey Mouse in the foam, check out this Instagram post from @peggsdodisney:

You may not be able to recreate the Mickey Mouse at home, but you can have Joffrey’s Coffee.

How Does Joffrey’s Delivery Work?

Lucky for us, Joffrey’s now has a subscription service for its Disney Signature Coffee Collection! For $43.69 a month, you’ll get three bags of unique coffee blends inspired by various Disney attractions, such as the Hawaiian Kona Blend, Dark French Bistro or Fruity Flavors of Africa. (You can also buy bags individually.) There are over 25 different blends to choose from, including decaf and espresso options, and they all sound amazing.

The subscription service delivers all the fantastic flavors of Disney parks straight to your door, so you don’t have to compromise on comfort. In times like these, it’s nice to have something to look forward to. Especially when that thing is delicious, delicious coffee! All I need now is some Disney-exclusive sugar… maybe fairy dust will work.

Recipes Inspired by Disney to Make at Home

Rebecca R. Ammons

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