Suck on These Single-Serving Coffee Sacks

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I've never been one much for chewing tobacco—couldn't ever quite get the hang of spitting without drooling all over myself. These coffee sacks provide a similar kick without water or, you know, the whole mouth-cancer issue.


The Grinds Coffee Pouch works just like bagged chaw does, just cram a pack into your lip and leave it there. It "brews" in your natural juices, eliminating the need for a spit cup. Each tin contains 20 packets and comes in Mocha, Mint Chocolate, and Cinnamon Roll, though I'm pretty sure that only one of those is an actual coffee flavor. These pouches sell in three-packs for $13 at Grinds. What do you think, have we stumbled upon the tobacco-less alternative to smokeless tobacco? [Uncrate]

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I've been sucking on roasted coffee beans for more than ten years. Maybe even twenty. I just put 3 or 4 coffee beans in my mouth and let suck on them until they lose most of their flavor. After that, I bite them in half and suck on them some more until they lose their flavor again. Then, I bite them in half one more time. After I can't taste them anymore, I spit them out. If you go too much past that, you have a bunch of grit in your mouth that's hard to deal with.