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Bowtruss Coffee

Expand your coffee horizons beyond the standard Starbucks brew and try out a cup of Bowtruss Coffee ($11-$28). Their lineup of coffees includes everything from a standard Colombian to the chocolatey Ethiopia yirgacheffe — our personal favorite — with a little bit of everything in between. Should your current coffee pot not be up to the task of rendering these fine flavors, Bowtruss also offers a line of Japan-sourced Hario brewing solutions that will maximize the potential in pretty much any coffee you choose.

  • Pat's Backcountry Beverages

    Packing drinks deep into the wilderness isn't an option for most backpackers — the added weight far outweighs (get it?) the potential joy an ice-cold Coke could bring. Pat's Backcountry Beverages ($TBA) aim to fix this problem by using a unique, portable carbonator bottle and concentrated soda packs to mix your drinks on-the-spot, letting you enjoy colas, lemon-lime and ginger drinks, root beer, and even real beer (!) without needing to haul 6-, 12-, or even 30-packs deep into the brush.

  • Vintage TeaWorks

    Well, this certainly isn't what we expected. Despite their names, these vino-inspired blends from Vintage TeaWorks ($16-$18) don't actually contain any wine. Instead, they're meant to mimic the flavors and food pairings of Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon, using various types and blends of teas. Made from natural ingredients, they're a great wine alternative for the alcohol adverse.