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In-Room Climate Cup™ Coffee

While it is very easy to put a tea bag into the Climate Cup™ machine coffee tray and brew your tea like a coffee but us tea lovers know that our tea ends up tasting like coffee. Here’s what you can do to brew a perfect cup of tea without any coffee taste.

  1. Fill your cup with water, open the back flap and fill reservoir with the water
  2. Remove the tray from the machine
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  3. Place your tea bag into your cup and place into the machine under the dispenser
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  4. Press the start button
  5. The cup will fill with hot water (careful – keep hands away!). Wait until it fills completely and machine has stopped. Once done, let tea steep, remove bag and enjoy.

This packaging is 100% biodegradable.

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Green Forest Decaf

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  • There is zero waste generated from Climate Cup™
    • Packaging is 100% biodegradable – will begin to decompose from 6 months on
    • The Climate Cup™ coffee and filter are fully compostable
    • No dissasembly required. It’s easy to be green
  • Coffee is Certified Fair Trade and Organic
  • Unlike the popular single cartridge systems out there today, there is no plastic to harm you or the environment
  • Climate Cup™ is more compact which reduces the impact on the environment

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Fair Trade coffee ensures farmers are compensated fairly for their hard work and ensures them a better quality of life for their families.

Organic Coffees are produced without the aid of certain additives or some pesticides and herbicides. This means a healthy coffee for you and the earth in which it is grown.

Climate Cup™ Packaging is 100% Biodegradable

hotel-cc-coffee-duoThat means you are doing no harm to the environment when you enjoy a fresh cup of coffee. Within 6 months you’ll start to see our packaging biodegrade and eventually disappear. If it was regular plastic, it could take over 500 years to decompose.