To celebrate our one-year anniversary, we are launching a new and exciting coffee portfolio. All of our Nespresso™-compatible coffee capsules are now fully biodegradable and compostable.
Over the past year, we have seen the growing impact of aluminium and plastic coffee capsules onto the environment, not least because of our own growing sales; so we have decided to take an active stance and research into sustainable coffee capsules.
This turned out to be really complex because – whilst biodegradable plastic is available –solutions were not able to seal the coffee hermetically which led to coffee going stale. With our scientific background, we thus went on a quest and discovered the best materials to ensure your coffee stays fresh, whilst also producing zero waste.
Our sustainable coffee capsules now deliver the best flavours from the finest coffee beans in the world with no environmental impact. We hope that you enjoy, and certainly stay in touch with us!
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There are endless flavour notes to coffee. You can practice observing these through a coffee tasting technique called coffee cupping. In order to achieve the most consistent results, the “cupper” (which could be you) needs to follow very specific but simple procedures:
After picking the ripe coffee cherries collected from the Coffea plant, the coffee beans are extracted by using a specific processing method. As already said in our last blog, there are 3 main processing methods: washed (or wet) process; dry (or natural) process and honey (or semi-dry) process.
After picking the ripe coffee cherries collected from the Coffea plant, the coffee beans are extracted by using a specific processing method. There are 3 main processing methods: washed (or wet) process; dry (or natural) process and honey (or semi-dry) process. The washed process is the one that dominates the world of specialty coffee.