How Colombian Coffee Pods are Made

How Colombian Coffee Pods are Made

If you’re a coffee nerd, you probably know about Colombian coffee pods right? If you don’t know and you haven’t tried it yet, you’re probably missing out! Moving Beans are known for producing the most famous compostable coffee pods and for having the best variant of flavors when it comes to Nespresso coffee pods, but how exactly do they make their Colombian Coffee Pods?

Manufacturing Coffee thousands of coffee pods are done using heavy machinery. Moving Bean uses the same way; however, they use different coffee pods. Moving Bean found a way of producing compostable and biodegradable coffee pods, including the caps, made from environmental-friendly materials. If you’re really interested and you want to know more, I have your back! Because in this article, I’ll tell you the gist of the step-by-step process on how they make their Colombian Coffee Pods.

 

Video: Sustainable and Compostable Coffee Pods by Moving Beans.

 

A step-by-step process on how  Colombian coffee pods are made

First, Moving Beans gather their preferred fresh, roast, and grounded coffee from the best farms all around the world. The fresh, roasted coffee beans are milled perfectly to achieve the desired and uniform grain sizes.

Colombian Single Origin is very rich in flavor because it is made with a well-balanced medium roast having a bold and vibrant taste, with a hint of Dark Chocolate, Mild Citrus, and a delicate sweetness from Berry Fruits. We can already say that it is made from fresh and high-quality coffee beans.

 After the coffee ground is ready, the coffee pods are prepared. The coffee pods are filled with Colombian flavored fresh grounded coffee and then sealed with compostable caps. After the coffee pods are sealed, it is checked manually for any leaks or damaged.

What makes Moving Beans’ Colombian Coffee Pods is it doesn’t contain any plastics and aluminum, instead it is made from sugar cane and sugar beet plants. So, after popping it out on your Nespresso machine you can just throw it in your organic waste bin and let your local composting council do the rest!

Once the coffee pods are checked and damage-free, it goes straight to the packaging and every flavor is assigned to different colors and if you don’t want to much intensity on your coffee then choose the yellow one, the Colombian Single Origin.

All you have to do next is place your amazing Colombian Coffee Pod in your Nespresso Machine and wait for a little while and serve and drink your coffee while it’s hot.

Colombian coffee is famous around the globe for its perfect rich aroma and unbelievably amazing taste, This is why it’s been almost 200 years that these coffees are being exported around the world. 

If you want to try one of Moving Beans' Colombian Coffee Pods, get yourself ready to have the taste of perfection!

We at Moving Beans are a start-up that has provided compostable coffee pods for a long time, with more information at our website of Moving Beans. Or go through a related blog on compostable coffee pods. Moving Beans was the first to make available aluminium-free Nespresso coffee capsules.

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