Blue Bottle Travel Kit

Everything you need to brew coffee. Just add water.

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#5 Product of the DayOctober 16, 2014
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Andrew Lin
Andrew Lin@andrewrlin · Founder KingForADay, Tip
Where does the hot water come from? Seems to be an important part of brewing coffee...
Scott Hutter
Scott Hutter@scottandthesea · Product Designer at Canvas Labs
@andrewrlin Good question - I wondered the same thing. Before/after early morning surfs I use a snowpeak giga power stove. It's pretty small, heats anything rapidly, and would probably fit into this kit.
@andrewrlin Just wait for the expansion pack that contains a small BPA-free canister, a water filtering device, replacement filter cartridges, as well as a micro-USB powered mini kettle, pH-test strips and a mirco-fiber cloth all neatly packed in yet another bag. And if that's not enough...wait for the R.I.Y. ("roast it yourself") starter kit. All the machinery comes neatly packed in a Samsonite hard-shell suitcase, which can easily be checked in when flying, so that you never-ever have to "peasantly" drink coffee that was roasted a day ago. You know just the travel essentials ;)
Jonno Riekwel
Jonno RiekwelHunter@jonnotie · Product Designer
"For us, designing the Timbuk2 x Blue Bottle Travel Kit meant considering a wide range of coffee obsessives: the urban traveler, weary of stale hotel selections. The weekend adventurer, gearing up for a surf session or camping trip. The road tripper, now liberated from the scorched (and sometimes blueberry-flavored) disappointments of gas station urns. Starting now, the proper tools are collected and within reach. It’s time to Brew Where You Are."
Pieter Walraven
Pieter Walraven@pieterpaul · Founder & Product @ Pie -
@Jonnotie 'urns', lol.
Andrew Lee
Andrew Lee@andrewlee808
This looks awesome!!!!
Mehmet Perk
Mehmet Perk@mmt · Idea craftsman, Madde Us
if you make the coffee at home, you can still enjoy your coffee and drink it during travelling :-)