Trade, a coffee subscription service that delivers directly from roasters to consumers, is featuring a charitable effort this month to benefit the communities where some of its more than 50 roasters live. In cities across the country, 20 companies have come up with limited-edition roasts for a lineup called Come Together Coffee. Customers can select the roaster from a list that rotates weekly; the profits from the sale will be donated to a charity the roaster chooses. The coffees are $18 for 12 ounces, and a subscription is not required for purchase. Joe Coffee is a participating roaster in New York, with a medium-bodied Peruvian coffee that has pleasing fruity elements.
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