Ozone Coffee Pods contain responsibly sourced single origin coffee, selected for the perfect coffee capsule experience.
With a medium-roast and flavours of creamy milk chocolate, almonds and roasted hazelnut. Ozone Coffee Pods brew a full-bodied espresso that is perfectly enjoyed black or with milk.
- Packaging Information
- Compostable pods - Our coffee pods are 100% plastic free capsules that are commercially compostable and made of starch biopolymer.
- Recyclable box - FSC accredited paper that is certified recyclable
- For use with pod machines that also accept Original style Nespresso® capsules.
- Region: Monte Santo de Minas, Minas Gerais
- Producer: Flavio & Juliana Paulino de Costa
- Variety: Mundo Novo, Yellow Catuai, Yellow Catucai
- Process: Natural
Our pods are certified for commercial composting, where they'll take six weeks to break down in a standardised certified system. Whilst they will break down in home compost, this will take longer, depending on factors like the size and makeup of your compost heap, the temperature and other conditions. Our pods will still break down if they end up in a land-fill system but will take a bit longer.
Check with your local council for their compost guidelines.
*Nespresso is a registered trademark of Nestle S.A. and neither that company nor its affiliates have manufactured or endorsed our products in any way
World Barista Champion and Ozone Coffee’s Head of Research and Development, Dale Harris, wanted to create an at-home coffee capsule experience that is as close as possible to a fresh morning coffee from one of our eateries. After months of testing, development and tweaks, Dale and the team have done it. We took some time to chat to him and learn more about the journey to pods, read the full story here
Flavio Paulino de Costa is the 5th generation of his family to be involved in coffee production and a superb agronomist. We met him through his work with other farms but were very excited to be able get coffee from his farm Nova Aliança, located in the well renowned coffee growing region of Minas Gerais, Brazil.
With a devotion to long-term sustainability, Flavio has carefully organised the farm with planted native trees and fruit trees to promote biodiversity, as well as producing fertilisers from the farm waste. This attention to detail carries through in the care of their plants, with careful measuring of many variables to assess plant health used to guide pruning, planting and harvesting.