Monday, January 02, 2006

Business: Brewed coffee to-go

Here's another reason why I think Koreans have got it all figured out. Here's what you can purchase at any convenience store of the likes of 7-11. Hot water is provided at the cashout.

Brewed coffee on the go: For people who detest instant granulated coffee.

It comes hermetically sealed, complete with strainer, filter, sugar, stirrer, and not to mention the grounded coffee powder. It's cool because the strainers act also as measuring cups. Pour in enough hot water to fill it up to the brim, and it should percolate into the cup to give you the right amount of water + coffee mix for a medium strength coffee.

The only thing that sucks is: Too little (amount) coffee. Pouring more water into the strainer really thins the coffee out too much.

Good enough for me. Anyone seen this anywhere else?

6 Comments:

At January 02, 2006 6:53 PM, Anonymous louyau-mike said...

well ... not here in London ... but that's a nice concept to have everything in one ...

 
At January 03, 2006 2:17 AM, Anonymous Laynie said...

So ma fan!! I would rather buy ready-to-drink Nescafe by the can, or just a sachet of 3-in-1: just add hot water.

 
At January 03, 2006 11:29 AM, Anonymous Di.lir'i.us said...

i need more holidays!

now got hangover at work :(

 
At January 03, 2006 11:34 AM, Anonymous fergus said...

those guys really got it going man. though for my own consumption, i'm glad all i need is a teabag!

 
At January 03, 2006 7:56 PM, Blogger Kurios1978 said...

Louyau: Yeah man... everywhere else has got the 3-in-1 coffee. So boring!

Laynie: Aiyah, some people are connoisseurs mah.

D: *tsk tsk, NY even celebrations supposed to be over long long ago wey!

Fergus: How bout brewed tea on the go for a concept?

 
At January 06, 2006 9:08 PM, Anonymous yuki said...

Cool, another marketing strategy!!
Wonder why we dont have this in KL...??

Btw, 'Baro' is just the company's name??

 

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