It's often hard to say good bye to a favorite coffee, but preserving it in a freeze dried instant coffee format allows you to hold on to the memories as long as you can! This coffee from Cajamarca, Peru, blew us away with it's caramel sweetness, vanilla notes, and pleasantly bitter finish. The instant version holds up as a hot brewed coffee, but we think it would be a great addition to chocolate milk or some type of ice cream concoction. As always, go crazy!!
From the source "Swift Cup reconsiders the entire production chain by starting with some of the highest quality fresh coffees available roasted with precision to maintain the nuance. From there, the coffee is very carefully extracted in concentrated form in individual doses, clarified to remove undissolved solids, and then slowly freeze dried to preserve those delicate nuances. It takes approximately 50 hours to produces 1 sachet of instant coffee before packaging. 26.5g of roasted coffee used per sachet."
How to brew it? A good starting point is 1g of instant coffee to 50g of hot water, or about 8oz of water per packet. But the fun really just stops there. Iced coffee, "espresso", milk drinks... all possible! In fact, add Swift Cup to any liquid you desire. Seriously, go crazy!