Product Spotlight - Glass Bottles with Handles for Coffee
Amber Glass Coffee Bottles with Handles
Amber glass coffee bottles with handles can be used to package brewed coffee beverages and coffee beans in style, while also preserving the unique flavors of your coffee blends for peak enjoyment. Convenient built in handles facilitate transportation and make pouring and dispensing an easy task. These coffee bottles are composed of durable glass, with smooth walls and wide necks for easy cleaning when your customers are ready to reuse or recycle.
Amber Glass Bottles with Handles for Coffee Beans
Amber glass coffee bottles with handles could be used to package coffee beans for proper storage before roasting or grinding.
The useful features of amber glass coffee bottles include:
- Dark color prevents alteration of taste by UV rays
- Moisture barriers inhibit saturation of coffee beans
- Durable construction for storage and reuse
- Convenient built in handle for easy pouring
- Easily recyclable
Amber Glass Bottles with Handles for Brewed Coffee Drinks
When packaging brewed coffee drinks for sale in specialty food stores and coffee shops, choose amber glass jugs with handles in 32 oz and 64 oz sizes. These glass bottles with handles are available with a wide selection of closures including white or black metal caps, black phenolic cone lined caps, or black ribbed caps. Both sizes have their fluid oz capacities embossed at their shoulders, and include thick, molded glass handles for storage and handling with ease. These glass coffee bottles could be used for a range of brewed beverages including cold brew coffee.
1 gallon amber glass jugs include black phenolic cone lined caps for a secure closure that helps to maintain a reliable seal for your brewed coffee drinks. The plastic cones within the plastic caps reach into the neck of the jugs, creating a tight seal when closed. For a creative packaging idea, use the built in handles on the amber glass coffee jugs to tie on tags distinguishing the flavors, roasting dates or types of coffee beans within.