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Little Red Wagon GEO Review: Craft Coffee for Backpackers
GEO is a single-serve, disposable pourover filter containing freshly roasted artisan coffee.
By Ryan Jordan
The perfect cup of backcountry coffee may not exist, but GEO brings us a little bit closer.
GEO is a single-serve, disposable pourover filter containing freshly roasted (ground) artisan coffee from Little Red Wagon Coffee Roasters. It's available in a variety of flavors, and packaged in individual serving packs or in a resealable air-tight zip closure bag with either six or twelve pourover filters.
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