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Steeped Coffee Launches New Simple Brewing Method with Next Generation Single-Serve Alternative

Coffee Company Combines Quality, Convenience, and Sustainability for the First Time, with No Machine Required

People love coffee. Coffee has become an important part of our lives, our routines, waking us up, and simply taking a relaxing moment to ourselves. Steeped Coffee has just launched the easiest way to make a great cup of coffee with their fully compostable single-serve bags. Steeped Bags replace the need for wasteful pods, expensive machines, and time-consuming home-brewing equipment. And for the first time, this new brewing method combines the quality and ethics of specialty coffee with the convenience of a single serving.

Whether you’re at home, at work, or on-the-go, Steeped Coffee makes it possible to have the best quality cup of coffee anywhere, anytime. This direct trade coffee, locally roasted in small batches, is precision ground, pre-measured in single servings, and comes in a special filter bag with a string and tag. Each portion is delivered in a fully compostable nitro sealed packet for freshness, essentially halting the coffee’s aging process so it’s like it was ground within moments.

With this new full immersion brewing method, all you do is add hot water to your cup and the coffee steeps so you’re getting all of the flavor, all of the body, all of the notes as intended, delivering a well-developed cup of coffee. Steeped Coffee is unplugged and gives you full control. There is no cleanup, no noise, and when you finish, you can toss everything into the compost bin.

“Sometimes simplicity is the most difficult thing to achieve. I came up with this idea 7 years ago – knowing that there should be an easier way to make great coffee. When I first started it was just coffee in a tea bag,” said Josh Wilbur, CEO and Founder. “There’s a reason this hasn’t been done before. We had to innovate to account for a number of factors such as sourcing ethical and quality beans, getting the right grind size and density, maintaining the freshness of ground coffee, controlling the water permeability of the filter, and making sure everything we do is environmentally sustainable. Turns out there were a lot of challenges to overcome to make something this simple work.”

Features of Steeped Coffee include:

  • Direct Trade Coffee: quality coffee ethically sourced directly from farmers
  • Micro Batching: roasted locally in small batches
  • Precision Ground: consistent water-cooled grinding to the micron
  • Full Immersion Filter: regulates ideal water-in and maximum flavor-out
  • Ultrasonic Sealed Edges: eliminates the use of glues and staples
  • Nitro Sealing: removes oxygen so ground coffee stays fresh for months
  • Guilt-Free Packaging: 100 percent compostable packaging

“Wherever you are and wherever you go, if you love coffee, Steeped was made for you. A great cup of coffee shouldn’t be that difficult to make and now, with Steeped, it’s not,” said Wilbur. “I’m proud of our team. We’ve worked really hard on every detail from farm to cup (and beyond), making no compromises along the way. At the end of the day, this is perhaps the simplest method of making quality coffee… and it tastes amazing!”

Steeped Coffee is launching its Kickstarter campaign today to help get this into people’s homes through online purchasing and subscriptions. Visit bit.ly/steepedcoffee, after November 6, 2017, to participate in the Kickstarter campaign.

For the press – samples are available.

Images &Videos available here: steepedcoffee.com/press

About Steeped Coffee:

Steeped Coffee is a B-Corp ( Benefit Corporation) based in Santa Cruz, California, striving to do things right without compromise, while acting on its mission to produce delicious, specialty coffee in the most convenient way. Steeped Coffee uses direct trade craft coffee which is roasted locally in small batches, precision ground, and nitro-sealed for freshness. The company’s new proprietary brewing method combines the quality and ethics of specialty coffee with the convenience of the single-serve trend. For more information, visit www.steepedcoffee.com.

 

SOURCE: Steeped Coffee

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