Introducing HuskeeCup - the coffee cup made from coffee.
As a solution for the 1.35 million tonnes of coffee husk generated globally from the production of coffee, the clever folk at HuskeeCup created a range of reusable, recyclable cups.
So how are these beautiful, ingenious cups created?
To make the cup, coffee husks are blended with other materials such as eco-friendly polymers and dyes. A machine then presses the blended material into the design, with the result being durable, dishwasher-friendly and recyclable.
Traditional coffee cups are known to chip, are unsustainably sourced and quickly lose heat. HuskeeCup’s thermal protection is engineered to keep your coffee hotter for longer, is both durable and sustainable, and chip and crack resistant. The cup itself is custom-designed for coffee drinking and is contoured for milk integration, with fins for grip and thermal dispersion. Each HuskeeCup stacks securely, nesting perfectly inside a one-size-fits-all, Universal Saucer.
Born out of a Kickstarter campaign, we’ve been following HuskeeCup’s journey for a while now, and are thrilled to be supporting their waste-reducing initiative. The cup is available in six, eight and twelve ounce sizes in a swish black finish that will sit pretty in any home environment or cafe.
All size cups are available in packs of four only.