Drying, Curing & UV Lost Sheep Coffee launches Nespresso

capsule made from specialty dried wood The UK’s first entirely compostable air-tight Nespresso-compatible hand roasted speciality coffee capsule

Arabica coffee beans, purchased Direct from the Barbosa family farm shipped over to the UK and Hand roasted in our Whitstable roastery. The pods are available in two varieties for every day drinking and curious connoisseurs:” Smooth Journey (10 x 5.5g pods)1: “Your

Daily Coffee.” This speciality coffee is described as tasting of smooth chocolate fudge body with a light hazelnut finish. Trade prices; 28p per pod.

Region: High Cerrado, Minas Gerais Farm: Cachoeira

Altitude: 1105 meters above sea level Process: Natural Varietal: Red Catuai Lot: LTS 40

Super smooth and sweet everyday coffee! Notes of milk chocolate and rich caramel when drunk, a coffee that doesn’t need sugar and leaves no bitter after taste!

Funky Camper (10 x 5.5g pods)2: “Your

Curious Coffee.” This speciality coffee is described as tasting of sweet Irish cream with a rich body and mulled winter fruits. Trade prices; 28p per pod.

Region: High Cerrado, Minas Gerais Farm: Cachoeira

and employees Lost Sheep Coffee’s luxury single origin grade 1 specialty coffee, which is bought direct from the Barbosa family farm in Brazil. Lost Sheep Coffee pods are presented in


plant-based Nespresso-compatible capsules that are certified 100% Compostable and, crucially, air tight for superior freshness for 12 months. Priced from just 28p per pod and made using the latest advancements in composability technology, the new capsules are made predominantly from wood bark - or Lignin – which is a waste product of the paper industry. As Lost Sheep Coffee’s capsules are 100 per cent natural they will compost to absolutely nothing in a matter of weeks. “The taste, tractability and eco credentials of the coffee you offer your clients and employees reflects the quality of your entire business. As owners of speciality coffee shops and a speciality coffee roastery we know what busy office workers expect and need from their coffee. The convenience of being able to experience a really quality cup

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erfect for Nespresso machines in trendy office spaces, everyone is keen to be the first to offer clients

of coffee anywhere ideally without the guilt of chucking more plastic into land fill. “There are so many offices trying to hit

green targets for reducing waste, increasing recycling, going paperless and reducing its carbon footprint, that compostable Nespresso pods can really help contribute to those targets. As a result, it was imperative to the Lost Sheep Coffee team that we were able to deliver our exceptional speciality grade coffee in a format that is entirely compostable, whilst still delivering an amazing taste experience for our customers. “Until recently, compostable capsules

had a very short freshness life as the air tight seal would perish faster than the plastic predecessors and the coffee inside would start to go stale after just a few months. This was a challenge we knew we needed to overcome; our coffee is graded in the top 5 per cent for quality so avoiding staleness was of great importance. After extensive research and development our new capsules achieve a level of oxygen impermeability which enables Lost Sheep Coffee to guarantee a minimum shelf life of 12 months. Says Stuart Wilson, founder of Lost Sheep Coffee, “100 per cent Brazil Speciality

Altitude: 1105 meters above sea level Process: Natural Fermented Varietal: Red Catuai Lot: LF130 Exciting micro lot, where the coffee cherries

are left to ferment in their own juices! Expect Irish cream and a fudgy body. Lost Sheep Coffee’s new 100 per cent compostable Nespresso compatible coffee pod range is available in a one of a kind custom designed dodecahedron box, which have been designed to stand out with its unique design. The shape, design and branding is incredibly eye-catching encouraging buyers to interact with it. To match the green credentials of the pods the outer packaging is also environmentally friendly and 100 per cent recyclable. “The continuous line drawing on the

packaging is directly connected to the journey of Lost Sheep Coffee and depicts various defining moments during our travels and the journey that led to Lost Sheep Coffee today. “The small piaggio ape van on the cover

is actually a picture of where Lost Sheep started, it is the very first van we ever traded from,” comments Wilson.

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