Thousands of people every day are making the switch to liquid coffee concentrates. Why? Read below to find out:
1. Ease of Use
All you need to do is mix 1 tablespoon of concentrate with 8 fluid ounces of hot or cold water or milk to make lattes, iced coffees, americanos, mochas, or cappuccinos. You don't need coffee makers, espresso machines, kettles, pour-overs, filters, grinders, beans, pods, or a barista's education.
2. Reliable Flavor
Due to the precise brewing method of coffee concentrates, every single batch is the same, and because of the high concentration, the flavor remains preserved for months. You can be sure that the coffee you make from a concentrate will taste the same every single time. Whole beans, ground coffee, and pods are notorious for being months old and producing bland and weak coffee.
3. Consistent Caffeine
Ever brew yourself a cup of coffee, and feel as tired as you were when you woke up? That's because coffees have an inconsistent amount of caffeine per serving. In the case of concentrates, each serving has the same amount of caffeine, every single time. Again, this is due to the precise brewing method of liquid concentrates. In the case of OneBy Coffee, each tablespoon has 150 mg of caffeine. When you make your first cup of OneBy in the morning you can be sure you'll wake right up and be sharp for hours.
Because each serving is 1 tablespoon, a bottle that contains 17 cups can fit in the palm of your hand. You can take OneBy wherever you want, whether it be a hotel, a vacation rental, a camper, or a tent. You can't take your coffee machine, grinder, and beans with such ease.
5. Environmental Friendliness
Due to its small size, OneBy Coffee has a very small impact on the environment. It's easy to ship, and every part of it, from cap to bottle to label is 100% recyclable. Additionally, you can feel great knowing that the grounds used to make OneBy Coffee are used for compost to make natural fertilizers.
Every walk out of your local coffee shop in shock at the amount you just paid for a mediocre cup of coffee? What about spending $15 on a 12-ounce bag of beans and realize you can only make 10 cups of coffee from it. Per cup, coffee made from concentrates can cost 50% less than their coffee shop equivalents. You'll be saving money for the important things in your life.