Kickstarter of the Week: Pocketfuels Cold Brew Coffee Ready to Go


Product: Pocketfuels Cold Brew Coffee Ready to Go
Location: Hood River, OR
Link: Kickstarter
Kickstarter End Date: April 18, 2014
Current Pledge: $9,512 of $20,000

Local company Pocketfuels is aiming to expand their Whole Food Fuel line by making one of my favorite beverages (coffee) into a portable energy pack. From their Kickstarter page:

Sometimes taking a really good cup of coffee with you isn’t so easy. We’re athletes traveling the globe in search of the perfect wave. We’re ultra runners who run 50 miles over mountain ranges for the fun of it; we’re a tribe of nomads. Many times we land up in places where there is no coffee shop. Yet we still crave a really good cup of coffee to help push us over that next mountain range, or charge that next big set looming in the distance. Even in airports running between flights to get to these remote locations, getting the right cup of coffee isn’t easy. And what about passing through security with that fresh cup in your hand? Not going to happen. Most likely the cup you do grab isn’t organic, isn’t cold brewed and most certainly isn’t packaged ready to go anywhere and have anytime. But that’s not us and we hope it won’t be you.

Sometimes you want a cup of coffee to be ready when you are at 4:30 AM and don’t want to wake up early to brew up a cup. Whether at home, in the office or in a remote location, we want our coffee to be great and to be ready instantly.

It is said to taste like coffee pudding with some coconut milk for a creamy finish. They are producing three flavors to start: Java, Mocha, and Vanilla.

Pledge $10 for a 3 pack of their flavors. $15 will get you 2 of each (6 total). $25 will get you 15 as an early backer. There are also options that will include these new packs, combined with their Nut Butter blends. Time is running out, and there is still work to be done to reach the goal!

About Author

Matt Rasmussen lives in Keizer, Ore. with his wife and three daughters. He enjoys watching hockey, going to as many breweries (618) and wineries (152) as he can, and all things Canada (he was born there). Matt was raised as a baseball player and officially transitioned over to running in 2010.

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