Guatemala Huehuetenango Instant Coffee
NEW! Fan favorite Guatemala Huehuetenango in INSTANT COFFEE FORM! Have a killer cup of joe on the go - just stir with 8-10oz of water. Great for camping, traveling, and lazy days. Yes, it's that easy, and yes, it's really good. Available in single 5g packs, or save some cash with a 6-pack!
- Origin – Guatemala
- Region – Huehuetenango
- Co-op - Waykan
- Process – Washed
- Variety – Bourbon, Caturra, Catimor, Maragogype, Pache
- Table notes – Brown sugar, cocoa puffs, candied orange, and a medium body
You DO NOT have to brew this! It's brewed and freeze dried using a proprietary method, water soluble, and has a minimum two year shelf life. Extremely cool. Extremely easy.
What's The Process?
YEP! Here's how: First off, Carl and Broc roast up some of our Guatemala Huehuetenango, a staple coffee here at Brioso. We hand the beans over to Swift Cup and they work their magic. Specifically, they brew the coffee then slowly dehydrate it through freeze drying using a proprietary method. BOOM! Instant coffee, but really good. Incredibly delicious on-the-go single origin coffee - wow!
Q: How much coffee can I make with it?
A: Each 5g sachet is enough for one cup of coffee!
Q: Do I have to brew it?
A: Instant coffee is fully water soluble and no further extraction is needed to prepare a delicious cup of coffee. Just stir it with 8-10oz of water (or milk) and you're good to go! Colder liquids may require a bit of extra stirring to fully dissolve it.
Q: How long is it good for?
A: AT LEAST 2 years. The "best by" date on the packaging is a conservative estimate and studies have shown that freeze dried foods, if stored properly, have an extended shelf life, perhaps for decades.
Q: Can I make "espresso" with it?
A: Yes, although emphasis on the air quotes around "espresso". Stir 5g of instant coffee with 40-50ml of hot water to create a concentrate roughly the consistency of espresso.
Q: What are the sachets made out of?
A: The sachets are made with BioTre 1.0 which is 60% compostable by weight and made with 60% renewable
resources. The remaining material has an additive that will help the sachet degrade in about
Q: Are the boxes recyclable?
A: Yes they are!
Q: Is this the same Guatemala Huehuetenango coffee that I know and love?!
A: Yes! Just with the whole brewed-then-freeze-dried thing. Trust us, it's gonna blow your mind.