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Launced b K+, next generation coffee... for the next generation

NEW coffee brand K+ has today brought the one of the latest in coffee innovation to the UK market. Available exclusively from , K+ Drip Coffee Bags offer the freshness and flavour of just-ground coffee with none of the hassle, expense or mess of grinding your own beans.

Millions of drip bags are sold in Japan, China and Korea every month, with the UK set to follow suit thanks to British consumers’ appetite for Asian beverage trends like bubble tea and dalgona coffee remaining strong.

Delivering proper ground Arabica specialty coffee in an instant – K+ Drip Coffee Bags look set to revolutionise our coffee drinking habits by using a format that is super-portable and convenient.

Historically, coffee bags often produced a cloudy, muddy-tasting beverage as the fine grounds can seep through the bags,leaving unpleasant sludge in the bottom of the cup; however, the K+ Drip Coffee Bags use a clever portable pour-over filter and a coarser grind - how the beans should be ground for filter coffee, for a crystal-clear cup bursting with fresh flavour.

K+ Drip Coffee Bags boasts seven varieties, the largest selection currently on offer in the UK and each featuring an intriguing design of emojis to lighten up your morning. The drip coffee bags uses 100% Arabica beans - ranging from cocoa-rich Colombian and floral, delicate Ethiopian, all expertly roasted and because beans begin to lose their flavour within 30 minutes once ground, K+ coffee experts seal each bag with Nitrogen immediately after grinding to ensure all flavour and freshness is retained for ultimate enjoyment.

Founder Tina Diab says, “The coffee scene in Asia is vibrant and exciting and I wanted to bring some of that liveliness and innovation to the UK with K+: our Drip Coffee Bags are simple, fun and super-fresh tasting. As a youthful, modern coffee brand we want it to be easy to enjoy fantastic coffee – without having to shell out for expensive barista equipment or spending a fortune at the coffee shop – all with one eye on the issues that really matter to us, like food supply chain sustainability and ensuring that the best quality coffee is used and the farmers are being supported in the right way.”


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