Coffee drip bags ( also sometimes called Parachute bags and Pachit bags) date back to 1990, in the land of the rising sun: JAPAN. The filter on the drip bags are made from starch based material pre-filled with ground coffee and have two handles (made from cardboard) that can be easily folded out, allowing the drip bag to be mounted on almost any cup of your choice. With a few pours of hot water over your drip coffee bag will let that coffee goodness seep through the filter.
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Each bag of coffee is filled with 14 grams of premium speciality grade ground coffee.
Each of our bags is Nitrogen flushed and sealed to extend their shelf life for at least 6 months. Once the bag is open you have around 6 weeks before the coffee starts losing its aroma and rich taste. Having said that, this does not mean you can't use them after these dates - you still can but you won't have the best coffee cup.
Each drip bag makes one cup. Although we do come across some customer that use one bag to make two cups, we do not recommend that if you want to enjoy a perfect cuppa.
We've put a step by step instructions that you can find on here.
The drip coffee bags make the perfect on the go coffee with no mess and they do not need any brewing equipment. They are accessible whenever you need a cuppa and affordable. So if you hate instant coffee and you are on the road exploring, working, hiking, camping, on a picnic, in a Covid lock down or at the office these bags will work perfectly for you!
The roasting method of coffee beans makes a huge difference when it comes to the flavour of your coffee. Most of the coffee beans available to you nowadays are drum roasted due to several complex reasons, ranging from flexibility in control to maintenance and to culture and tradition. However, air roasting brings the best quality out of the beans and we are here to tell you why.
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If you still have any further questions please contact us and we will try our best to answer all your questions.