Coffees great for drip extractions
Discover these 6 coffees specially assembled for you to enjoy with your drip coffee maker of choice.
What makes a good drip coffee?
Unlike the "espresso" type extraction method, a drip extraction does not require low-acidity and non-bitter coffees. It is much more versatile! We offer you these 6 coffees to try at home, each very different and unique so that you can discover which taste profile suits you best! Available in bean or various grind options, our 65g trial size pouches produce 8 cups of coffee, therefore, enjoy 48 cups in all!
We also created a trial size set of coffees great for espresso. Go take a look!
Trial size box preview
In this box, you will find 2 of our house blends designed for drip extractions in both Dark Brown and Medium roasts as well as a selection of 3 single origin TAG Roasted coffees, that is to say, perfectly caramelized beans in order to reveal the distinct taste profiles of each country. Lastly, we included one espresso blend for you to try because espressos are equally delicious in drip!
This is one of our most popular drip coffee blends. It is rich, complex and well balanced!
It's smooth, totally devoid of bitterness. Quite simply, a cup of comfort.
Cuba Sierra Cristal
This coffee is full bodied and characterized by a combination of intensely sweet aroma and a hint of chocolate.
Ethiopia Kaffa Native Forest
Carefully handpicked, its beans offer fruity and slightly wild notes, in addition to excellent body.
Kenya Special Reserve
Rich, balanced and with a unique taste profile, Kenya drinkers swear by this coffee!
Composed of medium roasted beans, it is rich and velvety without bitterness. Great as drip coffee!