• Andi Dela Torre-Griffiths

Brewed Coffee On-the-Go | Curated

Do you want a quicker way to brew your cup of Joe? Instant coffee packs like these from Curated might be just what you need.


Drip bag coffee (also known as coffee drip bags) started in Japan in the 1990s. They’re small vacuum-packed pouches filled with grounds, designed to give you a delicious brew in a short time. The foldable cartons on the side allow the user to let the bag rest on the mug and make the whole process easier. One only needs to pour hot water.



How to Use a Drip Bag Coffee


It’s so easy! Just tear along the dotted line of your coffee bag, attach it to your mug (preferably with 150 mL of hot water), then let it sit for 2-3 minutes. You can watch a video tutorial by clicking here.



What makes these java bags awesome is the convenience it offers. With its simple and straightforward design, you can sip your drink in less than five minutes, then head straight to work. It sure is a time-saver if your schedule doesn't allow you to use a coffee maker, a moka pot or a French press. It’s perfect for traveling as well. The next time you have a trip, you can just grab a coffee bag, packets of creamer and sugar from the last coffee shop you visited, then some hot water in your thermos. Done!


Drip bag coffee from Curated Coffee | A Lifestyle Blog by Andi | Philippines

Want another way to make your cuppa Joe?


If you have a few extra minutes to spare, you can also use a moka pot for a nice brew. It’s an appliance that brews coffee by generating steam and pressure. You can read my article about it on this page.




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