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Gear review: Taylors of Harrogate coffee bags

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If you’re anything like us, the day doesn’t really get started until you’ve had that early morning caffeine fix.

But when you’re in a tent, brewing up a filter coffee isn’t really an option and instant doesn’t quite hit the mark. With its range of coffee bags, hot drink specialist Taylors Of Harrogate has come up with a faff-free solution that is perfect for camping.

As you might expect, these are just like tea bags but contain fresh coffee that brews in two minutes.

Available in four different varieties – including the caffeine-loaded Hot Lava Java – it’s an easy, mess-free way to make “proper coffee” while you’re out and about. They come in boxes of 10 bags.

Expect to pay £2-£3
taylorsofharrogate.co.uk

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