What makes this better than another instant?

From the quality of our beans to the to the process we use to hot air dry, batch brew and freeze-dry (avoiding nasty chemicals). Check out this page to learn more

Whats the best way to enjoy Morning Joe?

Dissolve the contents of your sachet with a splash of cold water then top it up with 200mL of hot liquid to drink.

Our coffee has been brewed and freeze-dried before it gets to you, it’s the freshest single serve batch brewed coffee. Exposing it to boiling water immediately may just burn the beans. Which would hurt our feelings and your taste buds.

Why single-serve sachets?

Freshness! We believe coffee tastes best when it’s served fresh. We painstakingly source, roast and freeze-dry the precious beans we couldn’t just put them in a big jar to get stale. Anyway, they wanted their own little pouch, (we asked them.)

What is your sachet made of?

The principal raw material derived from wood pulp, sourced from responsibly-managed forests. Our sachet film is essentially a form of transparent paper, with technical attributes that closely resemble other cellulosic materials as opposed to conventional plastics. The wood pulp carries FSC™ (Forest Stewardship Council™) and PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) Chain of Custody certifications.

The main focus of our raw material certifications are biodiversity, minimal impact on ecosystems, reduction of chemical usage, responsible water usage, rights of workers and indigenous populations, and proper planning for native forestry and plantations.

Our sachets do not contain any GMO inputs.

Is your sachet biodegradable or compostable?

Both, in fact biodegradation is one aspect of compostability. Biodegradable simply means that an item will break down over time as a result of natural processes, but does not account for time or manner of degradation.

To be certified compostable, the product must break down into water, CO2, and biomass at a rate consistent with other biomaterials.

Also, there must be no negative chemical effects on the final compost, which is ensured through eco-toxicity testing.

Will your sachet decompose on my shelf?

No - Compostable materials, including compostable packaging materials, need oxygen, moisture, and microorganisms to begin the degradation process. As such, the material is shelf-stable and will not break down unless in a compost environment.

What should i do with my Sachet once i'm finished with it?

Industrial and home composting are the ideal end-of-use scenarios for your sachet. Simply pop it in your compost.