It’s surprisingly difficult to make a good cup of coffee. Either you do it at home, with a grinder and fancy press or pour-over equipment, or you splurge on the good stuff at a coffee shop.
A new startup hopes to take the challenge out of making a coffee-shop level cup of joe. Called Dripkit, the company sells small, disposable filters filled with freshly ground coffee within a stiff paper frame that allows you to balance the entire contraption over your mug. Then, all you need to do is pour hot water into the filter three times, and you (theoretically) end up with the perfect cup of coffee–no grinder or trip to the coffee shop necessary. It’s the ultimate on-the-go luxury for the sincerest coffee snob.