The CoffeeBrewer

Thursday, January 17, 2019
I don't know about you but my mind is still in christmas mode and I'm struggling so much with getting back into taking photographs, editing and writing which is why my blog has been a little slow recently but thankfully my brain is now realising that it's the new year and I need to be productive. I was very kindly sent this coffee set just a few days before Christmas Day and I've been dying to try it since, especially as it's packaged so beautifully.

*The CoffeeBrewer by Grower's Cup (£15.95)
The set contains a ten piece selection of coffee from various regions such as Honduras, Guatemala, Colombia, Ethiopia and Brazil (three of which are organic). Everything is so well designed, packaged and put together so it would make a great gift idea for coffee lovers, especially those who love camping, travelling, road trips, festivals or hiking etc as there's one unique aspect to this coffee set - all of the coffee varieties come in pourable, portable bags!
The single estate coffee comes in a freshly roasted coffee grounds format so you don't need any other equipment or tools to make the coffee from this set which is one of the reasons why it would be great for on the go or travelling/camping because the only item you need is a kettle or even just a flask of hot water. The pouches are well designed, easily portable and very quick to use; additionally each pouch contains enough grounds for two cups of coffee (20g - 22g of coffee per bag).

The full description of the instructions are on the back of each bag and the strength of the coffee is stated on the front too so all of the information is very clear. The process of making the coffee is very quick, easy and simple but it can be a touch messy if you're not careful when pouring the hot water. I'm such a coffee lover so this set was perfect for me and I think it would be ideal for the people in your life who also love coffee as it's a bit more of an unusual gift idea.
I've only tried the coffee from Brazil so far which is fair-trade (I'm trying to make more ethical and environmentally friendly purchases in 2019). I usually drink lattes so strong coffee is a little different for me but I loved it on the whole. I added unsweetened almond milk to the bag, sugar to my mug and it was great although I think it does have a slight plastic taste to it which I also found was the case with the Tassimo pods I tried years ago.

Overall, I think it's a fantastic, award winning coffee set that would make an ideal gift for coffee lovers. The unusual format of the packaging makes it perfect for travelling, on the go, festivals or for camping. It is easily portable, quick to use and there are a variety of flavours and strengths available in the set. I think the price is amazing for what you get in this beautifully designed set and you can easily purchase it from Amazon.

Will you be trying this set? Do you drink coffee? Would you purchase this set as a gift?


  1. Oooh that looks absolutely amazing! I've never heard of this before!

    Love, Amie ❤
    The Curvaceous Vegan

  2. Oh wow it looks so beautiful! Such pretty photos! :)

    Erin || MakeErinOver

  3. This sounds great for coffee lovers!

  4. I gave up caffeine a few years ago and now only occasionally drink it, if it’s something I really want x

  5. This would make a great gift for a coffee lover


  6. I love coffee. It's a daily necessity in my crazy household. I'd definitely treat myself to this set.

    Roxie |

  7. I’m not a coffee fan myself but it would make a great gift for someone who is.

  8. I’m totally with you, I’ve been struggling with getting into work lately.
    Oh this sounds so good.

  9. I love coffee so this sounds fab. 🌸💜

    With love, Alisha Valerie x |

  10. I love coffee so I'd love to try something like this! x


  11. Oh this sounds right up my street x

  12. This would make such a great gift for coffee lovers!

  13. This is an awesome idea! Shame I don’t drink coffee! X

    Melanie ||

  14. I've only just started drinking coffee so I'll have to check this out x


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