For coffee addicts like me, one of the drawbacks of holiday travel is not having a cup of dependably delicious coffee every morning. If you're facing down several days of weak hotel coffee or the terrible stuff your parents drink every morning, here's one easy-to-pack alternative: Humble Cup, a portable pour-over coffee packet that can be brewed anywhere.
In each Humble Cup foil packet is a compostable paper filter filled with high-quality ground coffee beans. Perch the filter on top of a cup, pour in some boiling water and you have a cup of seriously good coffee, whether you're on an overbooked flight home or at a motel in the middle of nowhere.
At $3 per packet, Humble Cup isn't cheap, but if I'd give anything for a cup of good coffee right now becomes your mantra over the holidays — well, $3 doesn't sound too bad at all.
→ Find it: The Humble Cup Multi-Pack at L.A. Coffee Club
Do you have any tips for making great coffee when you travel?
(Image credits: LA Coffee Club)