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Compostable Capsules have Arrived!

Dualit and Nespresso® compatible, compostable capsules are now available. The new capsules, including the pod, lid and protective bag can be placed in food waste bins for industrial composting**.

Dualit and Nespresso® compatible compostable capsules are now available. The new capsules, including the pod, lid and protective bag can be placed in food waste bins for industrial composting**.

Our capsules are made from natural materials and will be quickly broken down through industrial composting with the use of natural heat to become compost. Our compostable capsules do not contain aluminium or plastic and are derived from renewable resources. By using corn starch to produce our capsule, lid and outer bag we can ensure our complete capsule is 100% compostable, sustainable and kind to the environment.

We use the highest quality Arabica and Robusta beans, carefully selected by expert Q Grader coffee tasters from the world's finest growing regions. Available in two single origin blends from India and Indonesia.

Fairtrade Sumatra Mandheling, sourced from small farms in the Gayo Highlands of Sumatra. This 100% Arabica Fairtrade coffee is full bodied and rich, with notes of velvety milk chocolate, tropical fruits and a malty sweet finish.

The beans in Indian Monsoon are sourced from a group of small farms in Southern India that are run by a community co-operative, where part of the profits are reinvested back into the community. Made from three very distinctive Indian coffees to create an intense yet smooth blend with indulgent notes of treacle and dark cocoa with a subtle spicy finish.

Enjoy great tasting coffee and helping the environment one espresso at a time with our new compostable capsules.

*Nespresso® trademark is owned by Société des Produits Nestlé S.A. Suitable for drop through machines only. Excluding professional machines and 'built in' models

**Dualit Compostable capsules are not suitable for home composting or for inclusion in garden waste collections. Customers are advised to check with their local authority for organic/food waste collections.