Drip Coffee Bags have become a popular choice for those seeking high-quality, single-serve coffee. Utake Drip coffee Bags allow you to bring high-quality brew with you on the go, no need for extra brewing accessories just hot water and a cup.
Utake Coffee is sourced from the best of Kenyan Specialty coffee farmers. It is carefully selected and approved by experts at Africa’s first certified Premier Teaching Campus and Roastery. It is then expertly hand roasted to a medium roast, in small batches, then cupped for quality analysis, and packaged in airtight, high-quality bags. The drip coffee filter and bag are made of home compostable certified, biodegradable material and are not affected by oxygen or moisture which leads to premature staling. the box is made of kraft paper, reusable and good for the environment. Each box has 10 single serve bags,
Tasting notes- Black currant, Cane sugar, Chocolate with bright citrus acidity and smooth, silky body.
Roast- Medium roast, Whole Bean
Drip coffee bags have become a popular choice for those seeking high-quality, single-serve coffee. Utake Drip coffee Bags allow you to bring high-quality brew with you on the go, Essentially, they are small filter bags that open at the top and are filled with ground coffee. They have fold out handles that allow the bag to sit over the top of a cup.
Customers simply have to open the pouch, remove the filter, and tear off the top. Then, they must shake it to level the coffee inside. Each handle is placed over the sides of a cup, and hot water is slowly poured over the grounds, allowing it to drip into the vessel below.
Modern drip coffee bags are similar to those that have been available since the 1970s. However, a key difference lies in how it is brewed. Teabag-style coffee bags brew by immersion and often produce a full-bodied cup similar to using a French press. On the other hand, drip coffee bags are a hybrid between immersion and pour over brew methods. They include a bloom phase and require a longer steeping period. This often results in a cup with more clarity, such as those made using a Clever Dripper or Hario Switch. Another difference between the two is the experience. The teabag-style coffee only needs to be immersed in hot water; whereas drip coffee bags allow for some of the craft and benefits of traditional pour overs without needing to weigh out and grind the beans.