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

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 coffee, enough for a hearty 8oz cup. Use two packets to fill a big 16oz travel mug!

If you, like so many of our customers, have wished G7 made a bigger cup of coffee, then this is the answer. It's a better value, too, ounce-for-ounce, so you save money if you've been using multiple regular G7s to fill your mug.

FYI: Regular G7 makes about 5oz. X2 makes about 8oz. A mug holds ~10oz. A big travel mug, like the kind you take along in the car, is usually 16oz. So, whether you should get G7 Original or G7 X2 depends on the size of the container you normally drink out of.

Contains casein, a milk derivative.

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  1. 5 Star Review BIGGER QUANITY BOXES OR BAGS

    I WOULD LIKE TO ORDER LARGER BAGS, LIKE AT THE ASIAN MARKETS I USUALY GO TOO. BUT I LOVE,LOVE THIS COFFEE.

    Posted by on May 14th 2021

  2. 5 Star Review G7 Fantastic

    So calming in the afternoon

    Posted by on Mar 8th 2021

  3. 5 Star Review G7

    This combo is great with a lot of flavor for an instant coffee. Buy it regularly and suggest you do too

    Posted by on Jan 27th 2021

  4. 5 Star Review Great coffee

    This coffee snd creamer combo has great coffee smell and flavor

    Posted by on Dec 9th 2020

  5. 5 Star Review Great tasting for an instant

    This instant is great for when I am running late or when I don't want to make full pot. Great taste.

    Posted by on Apr 14th 2020

  6. 5 Star Review G 7 Gu Manh X2

    Very smooth tasting

    Posted by on Nov 29th 2019

  7. 5 Star Review Pre-Mixed Power Packs!

    Perfect mix of Trung Nguyen coffee, sweetener, and milk. We can't keep these in the house as they serve up the fastest cup of after-school, after-work, early-evening ... :) coffee.

    Posted by on Mar 27th 2019

  8. 5 Star Review Best Coffee Ever

    I have been drinking this coffee for years. It is the best coffee I have ever had. I have turned many people on to this coffee, now it sells out in the stores really fast. Just try it you will not regret it.

    Posted by on Nov 5th 2018

  9. 5 Star Review Black and Gu Mạnh Mix

    I used to have G7 instant coffee at home and at work. It's black without cream and sugar so I had to add sugar/cream. I bought 3-in-1 instant but it's too sweet for me. Today I try this new "G7 Gu Manh X2, double-strength G7 3-in-1" with 1 measuring cup (250 mL) hot water.

    I love the smooth creamy taste. It means the amount of coffee-cream-water combination is perfect. But, it's still too sweet for me. So I add a little black coffee G7, it's wonderful.

    My personal recommendation: we are better to buy both of these instant coffee versions, black G7 and Gu Mạnh G7 to make our own cup of coffee.

    Posted by on Aug 23rd 2018

  10. 5 Star Review I always have this on hand

    I carry this version, and Passiona when ever I can get it, on trips. Hotel coffee can't compare. This is SUCH a good instant that I also use it at home to supplement brewed coffee when I run low. Just yummy if you like your coffee with milk and sugar, and aren't expecting miracles. I say give it a try!

    Posted by on Jul 26th 2018

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