Unique Zero Waste and Sustainable Coffee Products

Unique Coffee Products for Sustainable People

Are you a person interested in supporting sustainable products and coffee lovers? These zero waste and sustainable coffee products are for you.

While I was searching for zero-waste coffee, I found a little coffee related products that are sustainable and eco-friendly, and I thought I would share them with you.

These sustainable coffee products would be a perfect gift for holidays for people who enjoy a good cup of coffee.

Ceramic Drip Coffee Maker

This minimalist, ceramic drip coffee maker is so easy to use and clean.

It is a zero waste product because it uses no electricity to brew a nice fresh roast.

Learn more about this ceramic drip coffee maker and purchase it at my online store here.

This multifunctional stainless steel coffee spoon and clip is a great addition to the daily coffee ritual. We all want to keep our coffee fresh and, you can do it in style.

The golden stainless steel coffee clip and spoon can be purchased from my online store here.

A modern minimalistic yet functional take on a traditional coffee mug. A wooden handle keeps the hot temperature away from reach and allows a comfortable grip on your morning coffee.

An accompanied wooden lid and spoon completes the morning set.

If you prefer a bigger cup, take a look at this minimalist coffee mug with a wood handle. It is very similar to the cup we mentioned above, but it holds more coffee. It comes in white or black.

This double-walled cup offers insulation from the second layer of glass to comfortably keep hold of the glass without affecting the temperature of your beverage. These come in a size range from 80ml to 150ml — giving you the flexibility to choose the glass size that helps you conquer the day.

If you are a big fan of bamboo and its eco-friendly properties, this cup is perfect for you. These rustic wooden cups give off a Bohemian, eco-friendly vibe to any home, and are made of bamboo wood, a natural alternative to glass. They are durable, insulate heat, and connect you with the simpler things in life.

Reusable Stainless Steel Coffee Drip Filter

Consider using a reusable coffee filter for brewing your coffee in zero waste style.

Start the day off with an invigorating brew and a small but powerful step towards sustainable living. Think of all the waste produced from coffee filters thrown out around the world! Stop feeding the waste loop by switching to a cleaner, more eco-friendly and sustainable method of caffeinating. Not to mention a modern look, this drip coffee filter is easy to clean and saves the planet, as well as your wallet.

How many coffee capsules are you using during the week? How about during a year?

Stop putting coffee capsules into the landfill and start using reusable, food-grade PP plastic and stainless steel, BPA-free reusable coffee capsules.

Made of 100% food-grade PP plastic and stainless steel, BPA-free, safe to use.

These reusable capsules work for Nespresso U, CitiZ (Not Fit for D110 and Prodigio Krups), Pixie, Le Cube, Maestria, Lattissima, Inissia.

Sustainable Coffee from Onda Origins

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Have you considered a coffee subscription from a sustainable producer and vendor?

Onda origins is trying to be one of the most sustainable coffee and packaging.

Onda origins are using The Biotrē™ product line provides environmentally friendly coffee bags and compostable packaging.

They also shared part of the revenue with the farmer who grew the coffee. It is like buying coffee straight from a farmer. They even created an app that offers transparency in the matter.

Besides the special ingredient, the cold brew from Jibby Coffee is made sustainably.

Their coffee is sources from a small-batch organic Colombian farms and they are generous with with their pay to the farmers. Jibby Coffee uses pesticide-free hemp grown in American soil.

Organic coffee from Bizzy Coffee

This coarsely ground coffee is ethically sourced, certified organic and sustainably produced. Bizzy Coffee offers great prices and subscription prices. If compared with supermarket prices, this coffee is much more affordable.

Although the packaging is not zero-waste, I would consider giving this coffee subscription a try.

Concentrated Liquid Coffee from Jot Coffee

The Jot Coffee is quite unique. It is basically a concentrate of coffee that comes in a liquid form. All you need to use a spoon of Jot coffee to make a delicious coffee.

The company claims that the coffee beans are organically, ethically and sustainably sourced from Central and South America.

The concentrated liquid coffee comes in a glass container. The container is so cute, and it could easily be reused for other purposes around the house, such a vase.

Cold Brew Concentrated Coffee from Explorer Cold Brew Co

Big fan of brew coffee? Take a look at this sustainable cold brew coffee company.

The company sources their coffee from unionized coffee farmers which allows the farmers to be paid fair wages. Their goal is to offer coffee that is all fair trade and ethically sourced.

A big plus for using glass as their packaging. Their bottles are also cute, and I could see myself reusing them around my home.

Iced Coffee Mix from Waka Coffee

I know the summer passed but if you are looking for a refreshing iced coffee next summer, take a look at the Waka Coffee.

Their coffee is single-origin sourced from Colombia.

The packaging seems to be paper, but I am not sure if it has a plastic lining that keeps the coffee fresh.

The company donates an unknown percentage of their profits to Add Water, Give Water program.

I hope you enjoyed this list, and you found some great gifts for the sustainable coffee lovers in your life, or even for yourself.

Comment below if you found some more sustainable or zero waste coffee products.