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our
story

your coffee, differently.

The ecological disaster caused by disposable capsules has been troubling us for years. Considering that more than 7 million individual capsules end up in landfills every day, the need to introduce a biodegradable solution seemed obvious to us.

Biodegradable coffee bags
Biodegradable coffee bags
Biodegradable coffee bags

our
story

your coffee, differently.

The ecological disaster caused by disposable capsules has been troubling us for years. Considering that more than 7 million individual capsules end up in landfills every day, the need to introduce a biodegradable solution seemed obvious to us.

Following a chance meeting at a Paris trade show in 2016, our idea of developing biodegradable coffee bags suddenly became feasible.

Working in the coffee industry for 15 years, we wanted to broaden our horizons while making a positive, environmentally-friendly gesture.

Whether you are a coffee specialist, outdoors enthusiast or a city-dweller, we seek to enhance everyday life no matter where we may find ourselves.

Drüp is pronounced “Drop” in English and refers to the dripping of coffee. The name was also inspired by drupe, a family of fleshy, pitted fruits that contain 2 cores, and are more commonly known as  “coffee bean”.

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We always prioritize the needs and realities of our consumers. That’s why we want to accompany coffee drinkers in their daily lives, to allow them to explore new regions, or simply to take a break in their own vibrant metropolis. Even the most epicurean and ardent coffee drinker will be intrigued with the limited-edition Microlots collection, which varies seasonally.

Drüp allows you to drink your coffee differently, in perfect balance with your values and your lifestyle.

Growing coffee is a difficult task. Knowing its origin, understanding its transformation and seeing the passion of international growers adds extra richness to every cup.

Global coffee consumption can be classified into three big “waves”. The first is marked by an awareness of its commercial value and the rapid growth of its production. From the beginning of the 20th century, mass production increased, but price and quality decreased. Coffee became an everyday drink.

The second wave was born in the 1970s with the arrival of specialty coffees. Consumers not only sought more information on the origins of their coffee and the varietal distinctions available, but also looked to diversify the way they consumed coffee. This phenomenon lead to the proliferation of roasters and coffee franchises.

In the early 2000s, more consumers educated themselves on the varieties and flavors of coffee. At the same time, their social and ecological awareness lead them to value local coffee roasters who offered an optimal transparency regarding the traceability of their coffee. By devoting more space to dialogue and an enriching educational experience, a more democratic discourse around drinking developed. That’s what we call now the third wave.

Available in store

Couleur Café
1040, rue Principale,
Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts,
QC, J8C 1L6
Couleur Café Signature
7, rue Principale E,
Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts,
QC, J8C 1J2
Couleur Café
900, Ch Domaine Guindon,
Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts,
QC, J8C 2Z8
Casa Luca
1354 Rue Fleury E,
Montréal,
QC H2C 1R5
Rouge Pin
1355 Rue de la Sapinière,
Val-David,
QC J0T 2N0
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Contact
Annie Gaudet
info@coffeedrup.com

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