Stovetop Roasters x Steeped Coffee is the easiest way to make a great cup of coffee anytime, anywhere, in minutes.
Take your moment—at home, work, or on the go. These single-serve coffee bags are filled with 100% Stovetop goodness and are crafted for quality, freshness, and convenience. Every bag is nitro-sealed inside compostable packaging, making every cup guilt-free and eco-friendly.
“Norris smiles softly."
Variety: Heirloom Varieties
Elevation: 2,200 masl
Notes: Melon, Strawberry, Cherry
Imported from our friends at Nordic Approach
Incredibly complex, sweet, and glistening with fresh fruits and berries, this Heirloom coffee from Israel Degfa gladdens the palette. Every day, hundreds of farmers bring their coffee cherries to Egu Abaye, Israel’s privately owned, communal wet mill in southern Ethiopia. First, the cherries are hand sorted for ripeness, ensuring optimal sweetness and a clean mouthfeel. Then, for uniformity’s sake, they’re sorted through a water flotation tank and, finally, laid out to dry on raised African beds. The result of this precise processing technique is a memorable, heartening coffee that might just earn a place within your daily routine.View full product details
“Squeaks has three hobbies: napping, eating, and napping while eating.”
Region: Apaneca Ilamatepec Mountain Range
Process: Fully Washed
Elevation : 1,300masl
Notes: Honeycomb, Lilac, Grape Jam
Finca Buenos Aires rests on the slopes of the Santa Ana Volcano in Western El Salvador. On this lush farm with elevations up to 1,300 masl, harvesters collect only the ripest, most perfect cherries. Finca Buenos Aires and El Borbollon partner together to ensure high quality from seed to export. A noteworthy cup, this Typica variety lot pronounces delightful characteristics of honeycomb, meadow flowers, and jam preserves.View full product details
Variety: Dega, Ethiopia Heirloom
Elevation: 1,900-2,100 masl
Notes: Tropical, Watermelon, Floral
Imported from our friends at Collaborative Coffee Source
The Guduba washing station is situated near the village of Gute Sodu in Guji, Ethiopia, where young coffee trees grow densely and at high elevations. The density and elevation lead to strong production, even ripeness, and good late-season harvesting. The community brings the cherries to the Guduba station for processing, resulting in this vibrant and refreshing mix of ancient Dega and Ethiopian Heirloom varieties. This charming cup is endowed with lively tropical fruits, mellow melons, and a sweet hint of rose.