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Timbuk2 + Blue Bottle’s Sabbatical Travel Kit

Now featuring a digital scale and Japanese enamelware kettle, your to-go coffee just got better

by Hans Aschim
on 18 November 2015

If the recent buyouts of Intelligentsia and Stumptown are any indication, the growing popularity of craft coffee shows no signs of slowing down. While single origin pour-overs are now commonplace in many coffeeshops, sometimes when you’re off the beaten path, your morning cup of coffee is harder to perfect.

The Sabbatical Travel Kit from Timbuk2 and Blue Bottle is a full-service craft coffee kit with everything you need for a meticulously made pot of Joe. Following up last year’s popular travel kit, the Sabbatical takes coffee-making in the field a step further. The Sabbatical includes a compact Hario Coffee Drip Scale complete with drip timer. Meanwhile a sleek enamel Japanese-made kettle from Tsuki-Usagi holds enough water for a full round of pour-overs. The whole kit—including a burr grinder, two enamel cups with felt koozies, durable dripper and filters—all fits snugly in a warranty-backed 14 ounce waxed cotton canvas bag.

The Timbuk2 + Blue Bottle Sabbatical Travel Kit retails for $349 and is available for purchase online.

Images courtesy of Timbuk2

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