The new type of a coffee capsule is made of stainless steel, is infinitely reusable and eco-friendly. Also, did we mention cost-effective?

The biggest problem with disposable, single-use coffee capsules is that they are usually made of a mixture of plastic and pollutable aluminium, posing a serious environmental hazard. WayCap - just like a real espresso, it is designed, engineered and manufactured in Italy - is made of stainless steel and infinitely reusable. It definitely caught our attention!

Developers of WayCup promise that this could well be the final goodbye to the millions of disposable espresso pods that pollute our environment. The WayCup makers claim that you can save up to astonishing 85% on disposable espresso pods, as they work with any coffee blend on the market. The coffee capsule is compatible with Nespresso machines and can be reused as many times as you like.

WayCup lets you have the best of both worlds: eco-consciousness and the pleasure of a café-quality espresso. Support their campaign at Kickstarter here.

April 22, 2016 Living photo: WayCap

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