Loose Unicorns, specialty coffee subscription service in the Middle East, is working on crafting 100% compostable capsules that are compatible with any Nespresso machine. In addition to having specialty coffee capsules, coffee connoisseurs will be able to get their fix by going online and choosing how they want their beans and getting them delivered the next day, whole or ground.
For those who are still wondering what specialty coffee is all about, it’s time to take a quick glance. Coffee has been lifted to another level, much more complex than how it used to be. The specialty movement introduces high-quality coffee in the market, innovative ways of brewing and the spirit of crafted coffee. The process is simple by its nature, yet complex; it comes from a specific place, it is grown at a certain altitude, where harvesting and processing are done manually and with thoughtfulness by farmers.
Good coffee comes from people who care; therefore, Loose Unicorns has a dedicated team, who understands that, in order to transmute a regular morning cup into an experience. There are a few steps that cannot be skipped – to work as close as possible with farmers and direct trade coffee, to find the right roastery which is able to perceive the quality of the beans and tailor the profiles for each batch to perfection and to look after new, efficient and convenient methods to brew delicious coffee. All for a single reason, to get the best in a cup, whilst being conscious of the environmental impact.
This new range of specialty coffee capsules is the new wave in the market, where coffee lovers can enjoy a nice cup of coffee without being bothered with measuring water temperatures, grinding beans or weighing precise doses. Pretty much like being a unicorn in a field of horses, those who wish they could mainline a shot of happiness directly into the veins must know that this generation of capsules are also aluminium, PVDC, OGM, BPA free and 100% biodegradable that turn into pixie dust in just 12 weeks.
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