A beautiful design, but simplicity in functionality. That’s what Mark Hellweg, designer of the Ratio Coffee Maker aims for. A coffee maker doesn’t need wifi, but needs to make great coffee and preferably look good in your kitchen. … The beauty of simplicity
Last week we found an exciting package in our mailbox. Coffee Cubes from Poland. The producer Milla Cubes Polska asked us to try their new product and tell them what we think.
Well, we love new products so we tried it right away!
It are cubes made off instant coffee, panela (an unrefined cane sugar) and some added flavors. Boil water or milk and whisk the cubes untill they are solved for a homemade hot treat.
Good looking design and a refreshing rectangular shape the instant coffee is presented in.
The producer still has some work to do with optimizing the flavor (this is a little to sweet for us) and making it solve faster in the hot milk or water. Get rid of the artificial flavors too and we think this will be an great new way of drinking coffee!
more info on: www.millacubes.com
Have you ever eaten coffee? Or ice cream that doesn’t melt? Now you can. WikiFood serves food with an edible, all natural skin in their WikiBar in Paris. Their WikiPearls are not only good for you, but also good for our planet, since plastic wrappers are eliminated from the food and beverage that’s now packed with these pearls. … WikiPearls
Jiva instant coffee cubes
Jiva cubes is all you need for a nice cup of coffee packed in a neat little portable package. This kickstarter project from a couple combines raw sugar and high quality coffee into a cube that dissolves into water. The coffee is made by using a freezie dry method. Jiva uses only Excelso beans that are sourced from Columbia. So you’ll get the full coffee flavor. Packed into this cube is raw sugar that is naturally cleaned during a simple chemical free extraction process.