Best Coffee Bags

When choosing a manufacturer for coffee bags, look for one that offers design proofs. This way, you can be sure that your bags will come out perfectly. Also, make sure that the proofs are carefully reviewed by multiple people.

Slick design may win you customers at first, but it’s not a moat to build your business on. Instead, emphasize your brand’s mission, narrative, and values.

Raw Bean Bean Bags x 10 bags

If you’re a coffee lover, you might want to look for paper coffee bags that don’t come in plastic-lined paper (which ends up in landfill). Those are more likely to be recycled. You’ll also want to consider the flavour, quality and origin of your coffee. The latter is particularly important if you’re concerned about environmental impacts.

This UK company’s reusable coffee bags are biodegradable and made with compostable fabric, as well as eco-friendly, odourless polypropylene. They also feature a one-way degassing valve and aluminum barrier for optimal freshness. Choose from a wide selection of roasted, Fairtrade and organic coffees, including a single-origin El Salvador from Finca Santa Leticia; a Breakfast Blend featuring Colombian and Guatemalan beans from Finca Sabinitas and El Carrizal; and the Definitely Decaffeinated option.

These large, pyramid-shaped coffee bags hold 12 grams of pre-ground specialty coffee, compared to the average 7.5-8 g of ground coffee in a tea bag. They come in a handy, resealable pouch and are perfect for use on the go: bring them with you to a remote Airbnb or cottage; your campervan, boat, caravan or work van; or on a hiking trip or road trip.

Taylors of Harrogate x 80 bags

Taylors of Harrogate is an English tea brand that offers a wide range of quality teas and coffees. Their Yorkshire Gold Tea is a black tea that has earned the company a loyal following throughout England due to its rich taste and satisfying aroma. This tea is made using a blend of the finest tea leaves, carefully selected and expertly blended. The tea is then carefully packaged to ensure that it retains its flavor and aroma.

This black tea has a bold flavor and is a great choice for anyone who loves a strong cup of tea. It has a pleasant fragrance and is delicious when served with milk. Taylors of Harrogate tea is also available in green and herbal varieties.

To brew the perfect cup of Taylors of Harrogate, simply place one tea bag in a cup of freshly boiled water and allow it to steep for 3-5 minutes. Enjoy the tea with or without milk, as desired.

Paddy & Scott’s Brew Bags x 31 bags

These are a really great option for everyday filter coffee. They are a small coffee company that work with frontline charities and offer subscription options. Their coffee is fair trade and they use 100% compostable brew bags, which are also letterbox friendly.

Their range of coffees are a little bit different to the others on this list, they offer dark roast and light roast as well as decaf. We found the taste to be quite good, but not as nuanced as some of the other coffees on this list and a little on the weak side.

They are very easy to use, you simply place one in your mug and fill it with boiling water and leave for a few minutes. Then you can remove the bag and enjoy your cup of coffee.

They are an excellent choice for a quick cup of coffee and there is a decaf option available too. These are ideal if you are going away and want to take a few bags with you. The bags are made with bioweb and contain 10g of oven roasted ground coffee.

New Kings Coffee x 10 bags

This coffee bag brand was started by a man who was sick of attending business events with lacklustre coffee selections. This brew bag selection box offers good value at 23p per cup and contains a blend of ethically-sourced coffees grown at high altitudes in Latin America.

The bags are made from bioweb, a recycled and eco-friendly material. Each bag contains 10g of oven-roasted ground Arabica coffee and is individually wrapped to keep it fresh. The caffeinated and decaf options have a pleasant dry aroma and are a real improvement on supermarket instant coffee.

New Kings also offer a selection of single-origin coffees, which are more expensive but have a great flavour. They have four options sourced from different continents and roast profiles ranging from light to dark. These are ideal for people who prefer a more natural, less acidic coffee. The coffee is also Fairtrade and organic so it’s better for the environment and farmers. The only negative is that the coffee can lose its taste over time, so it’s important to use the bag within a few months or so.

Whittard x 10 bags

Whittard have a range of coffee bags that are made from varying types of grounds, depending on the flavour. They come individually wrapped and can be used to make a quick cuppa on the go. Their range includes decaf options and is suitable for those who prefer a mild cup of coffee in the morning or as an evening drink.

Each bag holds 7.5g of ground coffee and can be purchased for around PS7-8 per box of 20. The bags are made from bioweb – an eco-friendly material – and the sachet is also plastic-free. There are four different options to choose from: San Agustin Colombia, which has lemon and walnut notes; Monsoon Malabar with red wine and Brazil nut; and the company’s own blend.

They have a wide range of teas as well, including their popular English breakfast and their mulled winter tea. The latter would be perfect for a cosy evening in front of the TV. All of their teas and coffees are made from the highest quality ingredients, so you can be sure that you’re getting the best of the best.

Farrer’s x 15 bags

This coffee bags collection from Farrer’s comes with 15 bags, and the beans are roasted and ground right here in Britain. They’re also Fairtrade, which is always a good thing to see. There are two caffeinated options and one decaf, all of which have a tea-like mildness that would work well with milk.

The packaging is made of bioweb, which is a 100% plant-based, plastic-free material that is compostable and recyclable. It’s also fairly light, which makes it easy to take on trips away if you don’t want to bring a whole kettle of water.

The bags are filled with 7.5g of ground coffee, which is similar to the quantity in most teabags. This isn’t too much for a cup of coffee, but it’s still enough to taste some of the flavour. You can choose from dark roast, medium roast or light roast options, depending on how strong you like your coffee. There’s even a decaf option if you want a quick cuppa in the evening. It’s worth noting that the bags aren’t individually wrapped, so you’ll have to reseal the pouch after every use.

The Little Coffee Bag Co. x 10

These coffee bags are a great choice for people who want to enjoy their favourite blend without the fuss and mess of ground coffee. They are made from bio-web fabric and are 100% compostable and sustainable. They also feature silver foil and embossing, making them a stylish addition to your kitchen. The coffee they contain is ethically sourced and is full of fruity medium acidity. These bags are 22p each and can be purchased in bulk boxes of 10 or more.

They also have a one-way valve to help maintain peak freshness and avoid letting oxygen in. This allows CO2 to escape while keeping oxygen out, which helps preserve the flavor and aroma of your coffee. They can be resealed with a ziplock or a tin tie to keep the coffee at its best. They are available in black, green and oat flavours. These bags are a popular option for roasters who want to add a luxury feel to their packaging.

Lyons Coffee x 10 bags

These individually wrapped coffee bags from Lyons are a no fuss way to enjoy premium, quick and easy-to-brew coffee. They use the same principle as teabags, but with ground coffee instead of tea leaves. The grounds are sealed in a bag that’s usually compostable or if not, can be added to food waste or green bins.

Each bag contains 7.5g of coffee and they’re described as a light and smooth daily companion. They’re ideal if you need coffee at work or away and can’t bring along a cafetiere, French press, or pour-over.

To brew, simply place the coffee bag in a cup and fill with boiling water to the top. Once brewed, give the bag a little squeeze to let out the excess water and then enjoy. These coffee bags are also organic and Fairtrade, so you can feel good about enjoying them. The sachet and outer box are both recyclable or compostable, too. They have a nutty and smoky flavour that will go well with milk or without. This variety is sourced from Latin America and is medium roasted.