What do you call those funny looking coffee filters that you’ve been seeing all over the internet? They’re used for making coffee without any equipment anywhere. We call themsingle-serve pour overs, but other names that have come up in the past are drip bag coffee, single use pour over, portable pour over, disposable pour over, pour over drip coffee or one-cup portable drip coffee.
Nonetheless we call themsingle-serve pour overs. And if you’ve seen these around on YouTube, Instagram, our website, Amazon or REI, then you may have been wondering exactly what these filters are.
Single-serve pour over coffee makes it possible to brew pour over coffee wherever you wander. No grinding, no weighing, no hassle. If you're looking to learn how to make Kuju Coffee's single-serve pour overs, you're in the right place. Check out the video above or follow the directions below, and you'll have yourself a great cup of coffee in under 2 minutes.
You probably already know that coffee is not only a great source of caffeine and energy, but also can produce some of the most amazing flavors known to man (maybe an exaggeration). But did you know that one single serving of black coffee is only one calorie? Or that decaf doesn’t necessarily mean zero caffeine?
We’ve put together a list of 20 facts about coffee that you should know so that the next time you’re sitting around a campfire telling stories, you can show off your knowledge about the most popular beverage in the world.
In these videos, you see us using a kettle with a long spout, specifically used for brewing coffee. It’s called a gooseneck kettle and the long spout makes it easier to control your pouring, making for a very pleasant pour over coffee experience. You can get yourself one of these kettles here.
How much coffee do I use? This is one of the most common questions we hear from people when they’re first learning how to make their own pour over coffee, and for good reason. The pour over coffee ratio, while not complicated, is an incredibly important factor for brewing a cup of pour over coffee that is balanced and smooth while still highlighting some of the more nuanced flavors of the bean. And sometimes it can take a couple of tries before dialing in the ratio to your preferences, but this guide will give you a head start.
Making coffee is easy. Making coffee that tastes delicious every single time? That’s a little more challenging. Luckily, our single-serve pour overs make it simpler to yield a great tasting cup wherever you wander. It takes care of some of the biggest challenges when it comes to brewing coffee: grinding to the right size, weighing the right amount and setting up all your equipment.
And as we’ve further developed our products with different coffees like our Fair Trade, Organic Single Origin coffees or our Decaf Lakeside Roast (yes many of our customers have asked for decaf!), we’ve also developed a few key tips that help ensure a great tasting cup of coffee every time you make one of our single-serve pour overs.
Who doesn’t love a nice cup of coffee in the morning? Most of us love to have our coffee as soon as we wake up in the morning. Coffee not only wakes you up from sleep, but it is also a natural stimulant. It boosts your energy for an extremely intense workout session. It is better than any unregulated supplement. Coffee has no adverse effects on your health. So, stop going to the chemist for those expensive supplements that have long term negative side effects on your health. Drink a coffee instead and let it help you with intense workout sessions without tiring you out for the day.
This video shows an alternative way to use Kuju Coffee. This video shows the main method for making Kuju Coffee – single-serve pour over.
Cold brew coffee is great. It tends to have a smoother flavor than hot coffee and you can drink it even on a scorching hot day. But how do you make cold brew coffee when you're not at home? Our Travel 5-Packs are a perfect solution for making cold brew while in the outdoors, at a hotel or Airbnb, or even at the office!
All it takes is some water and one of our Travel 5-Packs, which can literally go with you anywhere. Why is this great? Because now you don't need a separate container or loose coffee grounds to make your cold brew. You can just throw a Travel 5-Pack in your bag and literally have cold brew anywhere.
Here's how to do it:
Kuju Coffee Travel 5-Pack Cold Brew Recipe
Makes 5 cups of cold brew (2.5 cups of concentrate)
1 Kuju Coffee Travel 5-Pack Pouch (your choice of roast)
Open & Fill With Water - Tear open the 5-pack and fill with cold water (preferably filtered) up to the top of the bag, approximately 2.5 cups. As you fill the bag, the filters will float up to the top, but you can just push them back down.
Zip It Up- Zip the 5-pack back up and ensure that there are no leaks.
Give it a gentle shake- After ensuring there are no leaks in the zipper, give the bag a gentle shake or turn to fully saturate the coffee.
Let Sit for 12-24 Hours- Store in fridge or cooler for at least 12 hours and up to 24 hours, depending on how strong you like your coffee. If you’re in a hotel, you can use the mini fridge. If you don’t have a fridge or cooler, then you can also leave it out at room temperature.
Mix Concentrate With Water - Since this is a cold brew coffee concentrate, the liquid coffee will be very strong, so when you’re ready to drink, mix 1 part concentrate, 1 part water and 1 part ice.
Good for up to 2 weeks, but tastes best within a few days of brewing.
Cold brew made with our 5-packs is a foolproof way to make delicious cold brew coffee without the need for extra mason jars or ground coffee. And you can do it while you're traveling or on a trip.
We hope you enjoy this brewing tip and let us know in the comments below how yours turns out!
Traveling during the holidays can be stressful. You’re rushing to pack, there’s traffic on the way to the airport, your flight gets delayed, and by the time you get to your destination, you realize you forgot your toothbrush! With all that said, there’s one thing we often forget about until that first morning you wake up at your parents house, walk into the kitchen and realize...there’s no coffee!
Sometimes hot days call for cold coffee. Not only does the Pocket PourOver make a killer pour over coffee, it doubles as a cold brew coffee bag to steep up the easiest (and tastiest!) cold brew in town.
These days there is no shortage of ways to make your morning coffee. Espresso. AeroPress. French Press and perhaps the most buzzworthy - pour over. But what is pour over? Why is it better? How do you do it? We’ve pulled together the ultimate guide to pour over coffee. Let’s dig in!