What is Pour-Over Coffee?
Pour-Over coffee may seem complicated, but it is actually one of the simplest, most straightforward ways to make a delicious cup of coffee quickly and easily.
The process can be summarized as pouring hot water over ground coffee beans in a filter, above a coffee mug or carafe. The water drips down through the beans in the filter extracting the essence and taste notes of the coffee beans as it drains.
One of the main benefits of pour-over coffee is that you don't need any special or expensive equipment to make it. While there are a few different ways to prepare pour-over coffee, by far the fastest and easiest method is to use a Japanese-style single-serve pour-over coffee pack.
A simple and straightforward way to make bold and flavorful coffee.
The Japanese-style single-serve pour-over coffee pack was first popularized in Japan and then spread throughout other regions of Asia. The simple design and ease of preparation quickly became the most popular way to make coffee across most hotels in the hospitality sector.
The single-serve pour-over coffee pack also grew to be a favorite amongst busy travelers who appreciate how easy it is to pack and travel with these single serve filters while maintaining the quality and taste of the coffee.
Additionally this single-serve pour-over coffee method became commonplace in offices and employee break rooms across Japan for it's convenience, low waste, and high quality taste.
Where to try Japanese-style single-serve pour-over coffee:
Origami Coffee Co. was started to spread the word about this popular method of making coffee. Our coffee beans are CCOF certified organic, sourced from artisan coffee roasters and packaged locally in Los Angeles.
Each pack features 12 grams of freshly roasted ground coffee and is nitrogen-sealed to preserve freshness with an 18-month shelf life.
Try it for yourself today at orgiamicoffeeco.com