Coffee Time



Coffee Time — 18gr

Beans to boil

When it's really time to get going, you better bust out these beans to boil - because we're making what? Coffee, of course! Indulge in your bitterness and sip it hot.

*This product packaging is made from bio-based materials.

Water used per 1KG of coffee

Total water used
Surface and groundwater
Cup of coffee
Chemical processing
Second largest of water footprint

Boil these beans and boost your bitterness.

Word on the street


Didn't read the cooking instructions and just chewed them raw - would not recommend. Delivery also quite long.


I was able to make one whole cup of espresso with this - I've never felt so energized, so I ordered a bunch more!!!


I've never even tasted something bitter before. Why do people like this? Don't waste your money on these "beans".

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