throw on your hiking boots, wax your board and pack up the raft:
single origin coffee in the backcountry is happening.
this is not a drill.
GREAT COFFEe / ANYWHERE
Packed with high-quality, hand-picked, carefully sourced seasonal coffee, and inspired by the concept that your coffee should fuel you to do the things you love, The Geo pourover is a ready-to-brew, single-serve coffee for all of life’s adventures.
Whether it’s work or play, Bozeman or Bali, hotel or hut, the Geo makes the ultimate travel and outdoor companion.
YOUR ADVENTURE STARTS HERE.
BUY IN BULK.
Our 6 and 12 packs are packaged in a resealable bag, for minimal waste and maximum convenience.
Our 10 pack box comes filled with 10 individually wrapped geo packs.
ALL COFFEE IS NOT CREATED EQUAL.
We pack the Geo with high-quality, single-origin, specialty coffees that we source from coffee growers around the globe. We then carefully roast these beans in small batches to highlight their unique flavor profiles. While enjoying your Geo, rest easy knowing it was packed with the very best coffee that we could find.
How long does it take to brew?
The Geo is real coffee pre-packed in a pour over. Inherently this means that the Geo will take a few minutes to brew and water needs to be added continually into the small filter. If you are pouring consistently the Geo will take just under 2 minutes to brew an 8oz cup.
It's slower than instant but it's worth the wait!
As a side note if your water is not hot enough (200-205deg) the coffee will brew slower and not extract as well.
How big of a cup does it make?
The Geo is intended to brew about 8oz of coffee and depending on the size of your cup, the filter bag could hang in the brewed coffee a touch. We realize this isn't ideal and is easily solved with a taller cup, but all in all it's okay from a taste standpoint.
How can I dispose of the GEO?
As far as the actual filter and coffee goes, we recommend nurturing the nearest plant with some coffee grinds and burning the filter. The outer packaging (whether is a single, 6 pack or 12 pack) needs to be packed out with you. (See above for why we recommend our 6 and 12 packs for backpacking trips). If you are packing out and are afraid to get your stuff wet from the filters, try leaving it out to dry before packing out.