Coffee capsules are generally weaker in flavour than an espresso from your local coffee shop - this is simply due to the smaller capacity, literally resulting in less coffee. And unfortunately, while refillable capsules are one of the most eco-friendly and affordable coffee pod options on the market, their capacity can be even smaller, as the products are designed to be shorter to ensure no damage occurs to the appliance they are used in.
So, if you prefer a strong-tasting cup of joe, but want to use your Nespresso machine and reusable coffee capsules, we've compiled our top tips below to help you perfect your brew method.
There is a lot of talk lately about the impact of coffee capsules on the environment, but rarely any discussion about how consumers may thoughtfully dispose of their coffee machine at product end-of-life. Electronic waste is the fastest-growing type of waste in the country - if we are truly concerned about sustainability, we should be focusing on reuse and repair wherever possible to help reduce the amount of electronic items going to landfill.
The best way to help reduce the amount of waste caused by single use pods is to change how you brew with your capsule machine - SealPod capsules help you make a difference, one coffee at a time. We give you the lowdown on SealPod and some tips on brewing great coffee with your capsule machine!
You've heard of the three R's of environmental sustainability: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. But did you know that they appear in order of importance? Recycling - it's great! But you'll notice that we are always going on about "reuse" where possible. And here's why!
Better beans, stored correctly, make better-tasting coffee—and that’s something you want, don’t you? Know how long your coffee beans will keep, whether you should ever consider freezing them, and what you should do with them once they go stale.