Steeped Coffee – like teabags, but for coffee

Santa Cruz-based startup Steeped, has launched its Steeped Coffee brewing method. Brewed similar to tea, Steeped Coffee’s nitro sealed bags deliver freshly ground specialty coffee in a single-serving.

Steeped Coffee launched when entrepreneur and coffee lover Josh Wilbur decided to combine the convenience of a single-serving brew method with the premium quality of ethically sourced coffee, while redeeming the environmental dilemma created by wasteful coffee pods.

“Premium coffee roasters have shied away from offering their specialty beans in single-serve packaging because it’s been nearly impossible to keep ground coffee fresh, which quickly ruins the taste,” said Wilbur. “With our nitro sealed bags, oxygen is replaced with nitrogen, so the coffee stays fresh as if it was ground moments ago.”

“Steeped Packs are the easiest way to make a delicious cup of coffee,” said Wilbur. “You shouldn’t need to perform chemistry before you’ve made your coffee.”

Simply put each Steeped Bag in hot water for about five minutes to allow the coffee to develop – no machine, no noise, no cleanup, no destructive waste.

The Steeped Coffee brand is available in five roasts: light, medium, dark, French roast, and a single-origin Swiss Water Process decaf. You can get your hands on Steeped Coffee packs at

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