I have a confession to make; drinking anything caffeinated gives me anxiety, which is why I limit my coffee intake. However, during the hot summer days, I don’t care, and I constantly drink iced lattes. Well if it that wasn’t bad enough, with DripKit I will now be drinking coffee in the fall and on the go!
Dripkit is the most portable way to make a pour-over-cup of coffee. Most of the products out here require a complicated process: grinding, measuring, and extra gadgets. All you need with this bad boy is a cup and hot water. Each pocket-sized packet combines a filter, a dripper and the magic amount of Guatemalan coffee.
Making a cup of Dripkit coffee is as easy as tearing up the package, attaching the filter to your mug, pour hot water and voila! I’ve seen a couple of coffee shops offering pour over coffee, but I didn’t realize it was such a thing. The fact that is portable and hella cute is a huge plus. At last, I won’t need to spend a bunch of money on coffee so that I can take a picture for the gram.
The founders, Ilana Kruger and Kara Cohen felt that there wasn’t a coffee product on the market that was effortless, portative, and environmentally friendly. So they decided to go ahead and do something about it, and that’s why they created Dripkit. They launched on Kickstarter, and there are plenty of perks if you back up the project.
In my opinion, the best way to support this campaign is going with the $100 option: it will get you three boxes (30 cups) of Dripkits and a Malka Dina x Dripkit cup. Elena designed the coil tumbler in her Brooklyn studio, and it’s incredibly unique. Tell me that isn’t perfect for pictures? #butfirstcoffee
So if you want to learn more about Dripkit or check out some of the other rewards, visit their Kickstarter page.
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