Coffee is a moment that cannot be renounced from the early hours of the morning.
The coffee pot on the cooker, the aroma pervading the room and the unmistakable gurgling of the coffee when it is ready... that is the magic! For some it is a social ritual, for others an intimate act of meditation.
Today it is the coffee maker that we want to talk about and, above all, about its inestimable power: having the least possible impact on the environment during our daily actions. Made of aluminium or steel, both recyclable materials, it guarantees a long life cycle compared to disposable capsules.
Filter and gasket are the components to pay attention to and periodically replace, but otherwise, if treated correctly, a coffee maker can last up to 8 years.
What is also one of the essential rules for good coffee? Do not clean the coffee maker with detergents or soaps, but simply rinse with hot water. Obviously, the coffee maker should be disassembled and reassembled once all its parts are completely dry, to avoid an oxidation process. Long life cycle + zero detergents = the planet thanks us.
All the rest is done by the coffee, which is 100% compostable. All coffee grounds are in fact organic residues that can be used as household compost to fertilise garden and house plants.
And who would expect this from the good old coffee pot?
Aluminium, steel or coloured, the important thing is to have a quality coffee maker: The Coffee Maker
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