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3-in-1 Instant Coffee

Instant or soluble coffee was invented and patented in 1890, by David Strang of Invercargill, New Zealand, under patent number 3518. It was sold under the frading name Strang's Coffee citing the patented "Dr Hot-Air" process. The invention was previously attributed to Satori Kata, a Japanese scientist working in Chicago in 1901. Kata introduced the powdered substance in Buffalo, New York, at the Pan-American Exposition. George Constant Louis Washington developed his own instant coffee process shortly thereafter, and first marketed it commercially [1910].

Product Specification: Special 3-in1 blended coffee designed and developed for the satisfaction of discerning coffee lovers providing the ultimate drinking experience anytime.

Storage: Store in cool, dry and ambient location away from direct sunlight.

Shelf-life: 18 months shelf life from the date of production.


Method of Preparation
  • Empty one sachet into a cup.
  • Fill the cup with 150ml of hot but not boiling water.
  • Stir and enjoy it.

(*) Add sugar if required.

  • 12 X 24 X 20 gm sachets per inner carton (12 inner box per outer carton).
  • 12 X 42 X 20 gm sachets per inner carton (12 pouches per outer carton).
  • 1 X 20 kg.

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