We only source instant coffee made of 100% Arabica beans. The Arabica advantage gives our instant coffee a richer, more complex flavor.
Our instant coffee granules are made using advanced freeze drying technology, while traditional brands opt for a mass spray drying process that sacrifices taste for speed and cost. The freeze drying method preserves the coffee’s authentic aroma and depth of flavor.
Wrote about us:
"Instant coffee that tastes every bit as good as brewed" - Heavy
"Instant Coffee Is Actually Good Again Thanks to Waka Coffee" - The Daily Beast
"Mimics brewed coffee almost identically" - Forbes
"Waka is an instant Coffee Worth Your Time" - Parade Magazine
"Put the tin can coffee you grew up on to shame" - Outdoor Life
"The 9 Best Instant Coffees of 2019" - The Spruce Eats
Single Origin Coffee
We source only single-origin instant coffee to preserve the unique flavor of beans grown in that region. This quality Arabica instant coffee is from Colombia. We offer the same beloved taste of drip coffee with less hassle.
Sugar Cane EA Decaffeination Process
Natural origin EA and spring water: The EA (ethyl acetate) method is obtained by esterification between natural acetic acid and natural ethyl alcohol derived from sugar cane in Colombia. The carbohydrates from sugar cane are fermented into natural ethyl alcohol and natural acetic acid which is extracted and purified from vinegar obtained by aerobic fermentation of natural ethyl alcohol.
- Our quality instant coffee is fast to make. No need to wait 20 minutes for your machine to brew – just add water.
- It easily dissolves right into your drink, leaving no cleanup or waste.
- Take a packet with you on a hike, a plane, to work, school, or your in-laws’ house. You can now make quality coffee everywhere!
We also donate a percentage of our profits to fund clean water projects through our "Add Water, Give Water" program.
What is instant coffee?
Our instant coffee is made from quality beans that have been roasted and ground for perfection. Then through the freeze-drying method the liquid is forced out of the beans leaving tasty and aromatic coffee granules. The granules are easily dissolved when mixed with water to create a great cup of coffee.