Filled with PS. Coffee Roasters ethical coffee these amazing wood-fibre coffee pods are 100% bio based made from wood chips with PLA from a renewable German forest. Simply pop them into your compost bin after use.
- 100% biodegradable coffee pods made from wood fibre
- 100% compostable pods in your brown bin
- Compatible with Nespresso machines
- Contain PS Coffee Roasters coffee - roasted in Kildare
- Packaging is recyclable
29,000 plastic and aluminium pods go to landfill every minute. When composted, these coffee pods break down in weeks - but even in landfill they'll break down hundreds of times faster than their plastic or aluminium cousins.
Pods are compatible with Nespresso (Third party company) original (after 2012) coffee pod machines and Opal machines.
Top tip from Simon - PS Coffee’s master roaster - To get the most from these pods we recommend using the small button on your capsule machine to make a short sweet ristretto style shot and add milk or hot water as desired. Alternatively, if you want even better results you can use the long/tall button and time your shot. When you get to 28 seconds into the shot stop your brew and add your milk, hot water to this. In our opinion this will give you more evenly extracted shot. Enjoy :)
Pod number 1 - Brazil Bobolink. This coffee is our yearly staple here at PS Coffee Roasters. It's most definitely our most crowd pleasing coffee each time we get it. Tasting notes of white chocolate and hazelnut
Pod number 2 - Honduras Pinal by Nely Rivera (Microlot). This is a rare microlot which we were stunned by when we discovered it. Tasting notes of caramel and vanilla are the most present in this pod. This one definitely has the most complexity and has an SCA score of 87.
PS Coffee Roasters are a team of two brothers Peter and Simon with a passion for coffee, people and the environment. They only source ethically produced specialty grade coffee from sustainable farms around the world that they carefully roast right here in our home town of Kilcullen. Their 100% compostable and biodegradable coffee bag is a first for Ireland