Freshly brewed for life’s adventures
Enjoy gourmet coffee on the go!
Who we are
About Protea Coffee
Protea Coffee was established in 2017, following the trendy and very popular Japanese style drip bag filter coffee.
Our Drip Filters
Our single serve drip filters are imported, biodegradable and our pure ground filter coffee is sourced locally with origins from Africa and South America. Simply tear off the perforated filter tab, hang paper ears over your mug and pour hot water into the filter. No machine or press needed for the perfect cuppa. Drip coffee is portable, convenient and you can take it anywhere.
Our drip coffee comes freshly packed in pouches of 20 single servings.
Two single-serve drip filters are also available in smaller travel packs, ideal for the outdoors, office, travel and hospitality industry.
All of our coffees are medium/strong blends and can be enjoyed by everyone.
Our clients say
This is the best way for me to enjoy my coffee . I work at different locations and it’s not always easy to get my fix of good coffee . This is easy, affordable and no mess! Well done!
The best in convenience and taste.
One of the most novel ways to have a cup of coffee outdoors. Setup works remarkably well.
Good coffee anywhere anytime. Winning recipe!
A Kruger National Park must have. It was easy and delicious on holiday and bonus: no more stinky coffee flask.
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How to make single-serve drip coffee
How To Guide
- Tear the drip bag across the dotted line
- Pull open the paper wings on both sides of the drip bag
- Clip them to your cup’s edge
- Slowly pour fresh boiling water inside the drip bag to the top.
- Wait for it to filter through the pre-ground coffee inside the drip bag
- Repeat step 4. We recommend 200ml of water for a medium cup or mug.
- Dispose of biodegradable drip bag
- Continue on your adventure!
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