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Nespresso Creatista Plus / Creatista Pro machine: Which reusable coffee pod is best?

Working out which refillable capsule is compatible with your Nespresso Creatista and is best suited to your caffeinated needs can be a daunting venture. Luckily we’ve put together this handy guide to give you a great overview of what’s available, and help get you sustainably brewing in no time! 

These refillable coffee pods are best for Creatista Plus & Creatista Pro

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Roast profile: Re Firma by King Carlos

The coffee journey King Carlos Coffee only use 100% Arabica beans, grown in the higher altitudes and along the equator; ideal conditions for growing premium coffee. We stock a large range of ethically sourced “single origin coffee” with the emphasis on purchasing directly from the coffee grower. The art of coffee roasting, where time, temperature, density and moisture content are key elements that have been learnt and developed through years of roasting experience - we cup our coffee regularly to ensure coffee profiles and green bean quality are consistent. Selected King Carlos coffee beans are delicate, have characteristically flora aromas,...

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Crema Joe now featured in The World's Most Rubbish Directory

Crema Joe is proud to now be featured on The World's Most Rubbish Directory!

The World's Most Rubbish is a global community of consumers, creators and brands on a mission to make waste a thing of the past by transforming the circular economy into a mainstream business model that delivers value for everyone.

Crema Joe has featured on The World's Most Rubbish Directory

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Coffee capsules: Are your pods green, or greenwash?

"Recyclable", "biodegradable", "plant based" and "compostable" - what do these terms really mean, and are they actually as good as they sound?

Don't be fooled by sneaky advertising techniques or confusing terminology and labelling - we've compiled the info you need to avoid being greenwashed. So, are the coffee pods you're using actually "green"? Let's find out.

Don't be fooled by terms like recyclable, biodegradable or compostable when it comes to coffee pods

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Eco Tip: How to clean your kettle without harsh chemicals

Naturally, all kitchen kettles develop a layer of limescale over time. And if you're a fan of family-friendly, organic cleaning, you probably prefer to replace chemical products with natural alternatives wherever possible. 

So rather than scrubbing or washing out your kettle using nasty chemicals, with little to no effort at all this quick, easy cleaning hack will help you clean and descale your kettle in just a matter of minutes!

Organic / chemical-free method for cleaning your kettle: This simple hack takes just under 2 minutes!

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