Steeped Coffee Bag - Single Serve

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If you've ever needed a simple, travel-friendly way to brew a single cup of delicious coffee, these steeped coffee bags are a must-try.

 

Our Steeped Coffee Bag is the easiest way to make a perfect cup of coffee anytime, anywhere, in minutes. Take Your Moment — at home, work, or on the go. All you need is hot water and a cup.

 

Featuring Toronto Lines Artwork by Gotamago:

An incredibly detailed axonometric drawing including beloved landmarks such as Toronto City Hall, the CN Tower, Skydome, Toronto Waterfront & Music Gardens, the Flatiron Building, and the skyscrapers of the Financial District. The subtle details are sure to delight any architecture or cartography lover. 

 

About the Toronto Lines Roast

  • REGION: Cauca, Colombia
  • CULTIVAR: Castillo, Caturra, Colombia
  • PROCESSING: Wet-Process
  • ELEVATION: 1,700 - 2,000 Meters
  • TASTING NOTES: Chocolate, Toasted Coconut, Fudge

 

About the Steeped Coffee Bag

Steeped Single-Serve Coffee Bags are filled with 100% artisan roasted specialty coffee and are crafted for quality, convenience, and sustainability. Every proprietary Steeped Coffee Pack is pre-portioned, precision ground, and triple nitro-sealed for freshness within Guilt-Free Packaging that's fully compostable, making every cup ethically sourced, sustainable, and delicious. Welcome to Coffee Simplified!

  • Helpful How-To Video: click here
  • Fully compostable, plant based packaging
  • No toxic inks, glue, metal staples or plastic
  • Great tasting brew for a single cup!

Made in collaboration in Toronto, Ontario by Gotamago and Outpost Coffee.


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03/13/2023
Anonymous
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Delicious

Very convenient and great for travel.

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