Various options for quick preparation of coffee have been supplemented with coffee in packages for individual use. Coffee in tea bags in a cup confidently claims the title of public favorite. How good is a noble drink in such packaging? What are its pros and cons?
Types Of Packaged Coffee
The idea of natural coffee in bags has matured for a long time and took shape in several versions.
- A single serving of fine ground coffee in a serving bag. This coffee should be poured from the bag into a cup and just fill with water. You get natural coffee, but there are coffee grounds left in the cup.
- Portioned coffee in closed filter bags. Such bags are most similar to ordinary tea bags, only the size is larger. They are placed in a cup and filled with boiling water, brewed, and then removed.
- Coffee in bags of special design. Its manufacturers have followed the path of improving the packaging, which they called a drip pack. It allows you to get a portion of natural coffee of good brewing, and at the same time, without any extraneous thickness in the cup. According to the name of the package, the drink is called drip coffee.
There is nothing supernatural – you buy a box with coffee bags inside. They look like sachets in individual packaging.
Method Of Preparation
There is nothing easier: immerse the bag in a cup, pour boiling water, and leave for 3-5 minutes. You can add some milk or cream, as not everyone will like the specific bitterness.
Coffee Bags: Pluses & Minuses
- Ease of use
- No ground in the cup
- The compactness of brewing and storage
What people don’t like:
- Low-quality drink if you buy from an unknown supplier.
- High cost, comparable to the price of drip packages.
The result of brewing is a chocolate-colored beverage with a pronounced coffee aroma. The taste is rich, with light caramel, bread, and nut notes. There is a clear bitterness.