Courtesy of Dripkit
It's a lay-flat, disposable pour-over coffee maker—that actually brews a great cup.
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Many coffee junkies swear by the Aeropress for the perfect cup on the road. But have you seen the thing? It comes in seven different pieces, including its separate “microfilters.” Sure, it has its own carrying case, but let’s be real: An Aeropress isn’t the easiest thing to add to an already overpacked suitcase.
Enter Dripkit, a company that promises to make great coffee available to anyone who has room to pack a brochure (which is everyone, pretty much). This single-use pour-over packet makes better coffee than some hipster-fied shops.*
Dripkit comes in a flat envelope—perfect for packing—which is oxygen-sealed with a paper tab for freshness and tidiness. Once you remove the tab, you carefully press the sides to pop open the filter, place the Dripkit on top of your cup, boil some water, and you’ve got yourself some seriously great pour-over coffee.
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