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Kuju Coffee Kuju Coffee Pocket PourOver Coffee - 5-Pack


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    • Angels Landing (Light Roast), One Size

    11 Reviews


    Take gourmet coffee into the outdoors.

    Few things beat waking up in the backcountry and enjoying a fresh, steaming cup of coffee. But unless you're carrying an entire press with you into the wilds, it's hard to find the quality most coffee snobs desire, but with Kuju Coffee's Pocket PourOver 5-Pack, you can literally bring along gourmet brew anywhere you want to go, from the depths of a river canyon, to the windy mountaintop bivy. The 5-Pack is available in light, medium and dark roasts, so you can select your requisite potency of morning mud, and wake up right.  
    • Gourmet pour-over pouches for outdoor sipping
    • Great for camping, backpacking, festivals, travel
    • Comes in light, medium, and dark roasts
    • Item #KJC0001

    Tech Specs

    5 pouches
    Recommended Use
    casual, backpacking, ultralight backpacking, winter camping, weekend camping

    Tech Specs

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    Camp coffee

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I really enjoy this easy to use semi instant coffee makers. I never carry coffee with me on my trips. Its seems like more of hassle than it is worth. I always bring tea. These are a nice change. They are easy to use and easy to pack. Sure they are not the best coffee in the world but everything taste better when you are in the backcountry.
    I think they are great. I bought some as stocking suffers for my family..


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    It's a cool concept, and I dug the contraption that hooks the pouches up to your cup. However, I did not find the coffee to be that enjoyable.

    Neat Concept

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    It's not going to produce a coffee-shop quality latte... but then again, that's not what it promised. Delivers: ease of use, convenience, basic coffee. I found it works best if you let the coffee "steep" for a few mins after the pour over (let the bottom of the bag soak in the hot water (and the water NEEDS to be boiling hot).

    Awfully disappointed

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I tried this coffee out on a weekend camping trip after some coworkers recommended it to me, and I would not try it again. While it's a very cool concept, in actual practice, the pour over does not brew a very good cup of coffee. After trying out several different techniques, I never got it to produce anything more than hot bean water. I think there simply isn't enough coffee in the packet to produce a halfway decent cup of joe. Personally, I much prefer the tried and true instant coffee packets, especially the ones from Alpine Start.

    Very tasty but engineering-challenged

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This coffee smells freshly ground as soon as you open the bag, and it tastes great. But the system for hanging the bag off the cup rim, though ingenious, causes a problem: The bag with the grounds hangs into the cup, rather than being above the cup, as would be the case with a normal pour-over filter holder. The result is that once the liquid coffee reaches the bottom of the filter, the filtering process stops. If you continue to add water to the bag, grounds spill out. Then, when it's time to remove the filter and wings, you'll need a place to put it so that it can continue to drip. In a tent or other cramped spot, that's a hassle. One more thing: the slowness of the whole process means that by the time you're done filtering/pouring, your coffee is cold. I think I'll keep with Alpine Start, which is a very good instant; not as tasty as this one, but more practical in the field.

    Coffee Snob? No prob.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is one good cup of coffee. It's easy to use and actually brews really fast! Faster than my backpacking coffee press, and tastes better. Clean up is also a lot easier.

    I got the bold awakening and it tasted fresh and robust. I used to be a coffee master, so I'm definitely a bit of a coffee snob, but it honestly made a perfect cup, each time. Hmmm, maybe I need to keep these at my desk. At $1.59, that is pretty affordable cup!

    This is definitely the best option on the market for camping and backpacking, so get some! It won't work on a giant coffee mug or anything, because it needs to rest on the sides of the cup. But outside of that, it will fit any normal camping or backpacking cups.

    Coffee Snob? No prob.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is the most convenient, good tasting coffee that I've brought into the back country. It's easy, light weight, and doesn't take up space in your pack. This is an essential part of my pack now and I don't leave for a trip without it, because there's nothing better than waking up to a hot cup of joe.


    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This Kuju stuff is AWESOME! I'm a light to medium roast man, and this stuff is comparable to a decent cup you'd get anywhere in the city. It's nothing like the instant coffee you normally see in the camping section. That said the packets will take up much more space, and instant coffee but it tastes so damn good you won't regret it.

    This stuff is awesome!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    On my last camping trip I somehow managed to screw up the coffee and I thought my wife was going to kill me. These Kuju pour overs are the cure to my poor coffee skills. They produce a consistent cup of coffee that is better than anything outside of a hipster Portland coffee shop. Do yourself a favor and buy these for your next adventure.

    Delicious and Easy

      I'm not going to lie, I was a bit skeptical of this coffee at first. Coffee is a must for me though (regardless of being inside or outside) and after giving these a try, 5 stars all around. The coffee tastes really really good -- it's far better than the instant options. I normally do a french press if I'm car camping, but not all my friends drink coffee so I either prepare too much or drink too much. So a single serving of tasty coffee is perfect. It's also much less effort than a french press (no cleaning), especially if you plan on camping for multiple days. It does take a bit of time to pour the water over, but worth it!

      SO. DAMN. GOOD.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      First off, I don't discriminate in my coffee drinking. I need some caffeine to get the day started right like the next guy and gal - but with that said I can absolutely appreciate good coffee. I don't mind drinking instant coffee (except for Columbian decaffeinated coffee crystals), but this is legitimately good coffee, not even a debate which I'd pick. I had the Basecamp Blend for a couple of days in a row and was definitely impressed. I'll have to give the other roasts a try, but the bar has been set high as is.

      Especially before they're used, they're really not much bigger than a packet of tea and are idiot proof in terms of use. I do wish you could pour the full amount of hot water than letting it seep in a bit, but good things take time I suppose.

      While I don't think I'd use these on a daily basis or at home, they excel at coffee on the go - backpacking, car camping, you name it. Feel free to give a shout if you have any other questions on Kuju Coffee or would like help putting an order in to try it out yourself - my email is or direct line 801.204.4547.

      SO. DAMN. GOOD.