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Gourmet Instants: G7, Brio, Q-Cafe

G7 gourmet instant coffeeWhat is gourmet instant coffee? Put simply, it's coffee that tastes as rich, full and satisfying as a brewed cup - in fact, we have plenty of customers who prefer these instants to any brewed coffee on taste alone, never mind the incredible convenience. G7 instant coffee is extracted directly from the coffee bean, which gives a better cup of coffee than conventional freeze-dried coffee crystals.

The Asian instant coffee market has dozens of fiercely competing coffees. The coffees that rise to the top are the very best, the creme de la creme of instant coffees, and we are proud to bring the top instant coffees in all of Asia here to the United States, including Trung Nguyen's G7, Indochine Estates, and Q-Cafe.

3-in-1 Coffee is the most popular kind of instant, because it contains a very good creamer as well as sweetener in perfect proportion. All our instant coffees contain NO ingredients from China. G7 Original and Q-Cafe 3-in-1's contain small amounts of casein, a milk derivative, and G7 Cappuccino and Brio Coffee and Chocolate mixes contain premium skim milk powder from New Zealand. If you have a milk or coconut allergy, we recommend G7 Pure Black coffee as the safest choice.

Important: 1 packet of G7 makes 6 ounces of coffee, 1 packet of Q-Cafe makes about 7-8 ounces, and 1 packet of Brio makes 8-9 ounces of coffee. If you want to make a big mug (typically 12 ounces or more), use one and a half or two packets for best results.

  • ##for 15 sachets##

    G7 Black Gourmet Instant Coffee

    $3.75

    Black G7 for those who prefer their coffee black, or simply prefer to add their own cream and/or sugar to their coffee. The G7 Black is also able to dissolve in cold water for an iced coffee. Our taste tests of over 40... Learn more


  • G7 Gourmet Instant Coffeemix Coffee ##for 20 sachets (other sizes available)##

    G7 3-in-1 Gourmet Instant Coffee

    $6.40

    The original and still the top seller! G7 was the first instant coffee to be extracted directly from the unroasted coffee bean, not from freeze-dried brewed coffee like American brands. It's been the top instant coffee in... Learn more


  • ##for 12 servings##

    G7 Gu Manh X2, double-strength G7 3-in-1

    $6.95

    X2 is the same formula as regular G7 (we've taste-tested and can't tell the difference), but each packet contains 25 grams of instant coffee powder instead of the usual 16 grams. As a result, each packet makes 60% more... Learn more


  • Passiona G7 Sugarfree Instant Coffee with Collagen ##for 14 sachets##

    G7 Passiona Sugarfree Instant Coffee (4-in-1)

    $6.95

    Trung Nguyen has translated their hugely popular, naturally low-caffeine Passiona coffee into a delicious instant coffee! It's a "4-in-1" coffee, which means it has non-dairy creamer sweetened with low-calorie sweetener and... Learn more


  • G7 Instant Cappuccino Coffee mix ##for 12 servings; save $.75 on 2-pack and get free samples##

    G7 Instant Cappuccino

    $6.95

    Flavored G7 in a larger packet size with more creamer to produce a rich, creamy, satisfying cappuccino with a layer of froth on top. This is a really special drink unlike anything we've ever tried. The packet size makes a... Learn more


  • Trung Nguyen Legend Instant Coffee#for 2-packs of 25-gram sachets that make 8-9 oz each#

    Trung Nguyen Legend Special Edition Instant Coffee

    $14.95

    The TN Legend Instant Coffees are a celebration of Trung Nguyen's 25th Anniversary of being Asia's top selling coffee company. They have create an instant powder from the famous flagship Legendee coffee and taken great care... Learn more



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India's coffee tradition goes back 400 years or more, when a variety called Kent was first established in the Southern Hills. Arabicas predominated until the blight of 1870, when growers needed to hybridize to resistant varieties. The resultant strains had genes from Liberica and other unique, resistant species. Learn more and browse India's Araku Valley coffees here.

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