Introducing the best compact, durable, light-weight travel coffee kit out there on the market. Take it on a plane, train, automobile, hike, road trip, ski tour, or military tour. This custom travel bag fits all your brewing equipment in one place. Super light, easy to travel in any suitcase or backpack. The bag includes inside side pockets for all your accessories, such as your coffee filters, scales, etc.
1 X Aerorpress Go coffee maker. Food-grade plastic that is hard and durable. You can drop it or bang it and it won't break. Perfect for when travelling and things getting knocked around.
1 X Porlex Japanese hand coffee grinder. Again, tough steel that is small and sleek and contains ceramic burrs, which can be adjusted to make any grind setting you please.
1 X Explorer bag. This bag is tough, water-resistant, and fits your aeropress, grinder and any extra accessories (we store our aeropress filters, metal filter, bench-made knife, and spoon)
*Warning: Hot water not included, and new friends may be made from brewing coffee in public spaces.
** Mug not included.
The idea for the ultimate travel kit was inspired while travelling from Scandinavia to Canada. At the time there was no kit that was specificity made to carry ones coffee gear. So we searched online to find and source the right bag and after many samples back and forth. We found the right bag which had both form and function. However ideas need to be fluid and moving so we thought it was time to upgrade it to 2.0. So here we are now. Hope you enjoy 2.0 version.
Choice of Army green, Ninja black, and camouflage.
Bag dimensions: W:15cm/L 20cm / 9.5cm. Weight: 152g
Double zipper with multi elastic straps and pockets
3 velcro patches: Norwegian flag, First aid patch, company patch.
" I picked up one for Christmas and love it so much my coffee friends all had one by the end of January" - Jorgen
" Now I love making coffee when hiking and always have friends ask me where I got it" - Ingrid
" I never leave home without it! And never been a fan of hotel or airport coffee." - True Alps Fan Peter