Bulk instant coffee by Canyon Coffee
Kitchen table with bowl of citrus fruit, a ceramic mug, a bulk pack of Canyon Instant coffee, and three sachets of instant coffee.
Canyon Bulk Instant Coffee (48 pack)

Canyon Bulk Instant Coffee (48 pack)

Regular price $144.00 Sale price $134.40
By request, we have decided to make our 48-pack bulk boxes of Canyon Instant available at this time. Typically, these boxes are only available to hotel and other service-industry wholesale accounts, but with the unforeseen changes brought about by the virus, we have had multiple requests for the instant in higher volumes for coffee lovers at home. 
As with our whole bean coffee, we will continue to roast and ship coffee throughout this time, and hope we can continue to play a part, however small, in helping you make each day special at home.
Stay healthy, stay safe, and enjoy!
- Ally & Casey

 

Free Shipping on Bulk Instant!

Each bulk box contains 48 Packets
Each packet contains one delicious cup of coffee
Just add 8oz of hot OR cold water and enjoy!

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MEDIUM ROAST
Origin: Ethiopia
Freeze-Dried Coffee

Elevation: 1780-1860 Meters
Process: Washed

We love the ritual of making pour overs and finding new shops on our travels. But SOMETIMES, we find ourselves in situations where we are READY for a good cup of coffee... 

AND NONE CAN BE FOUND!

Enter: Canyon Instant Coffee. 
Like a shop-quality americano in your pocket.

Made from batch-brewed, freshly-roasted coffee from Celinga, Ethiopia, we teamed up with Instant Coffee experts Swift Cup to craft a coffee we feel confident in and proud to introduce to the Canyon family. 

We hope you enjoy!
Ally & Casey

ABOUT THE FARM

Celinga Village is in the infamous coffee-producing region of Yirgacheffe in Ethiopia. Yirgacheffe is actually a small micro-region within the larger region of Sidama (or Sidamo). But because coffees from Yirgacheffe or so distinct and well-recognized, they're grouped into their own category!

Like most Ethiopian coffees, our Celinga is comprised of coffees grown by various smallholder farms in the area. What ties them together is the washing station in Celinga Village. On average, the coffee is grown between 1780 and 1860 meters above sea level.