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Sierra Nevada Compostable Pods

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$9.99

At the foothills of the highest coastal mountain in the world, indigenous people cultivate a strong and intense coffee.


Now Available with PURPOD100™ - The world's first 100% Certified Compostable Single Serve Coffee Pod - technology.


Keurig 1.0 and 2.0 Compatible

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Cup Profile
Acidity

Low

Fragrance

Intense and mild

Body

High

Flavor Notes

Intense notes of hazelnut and residual notes of dark chocolate

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Sierra Nevada Coffee


Sierra Nevada is one of the world's most unique regions. It is a mountain of 5,800 meters above sea level and 42km from the seashore that enjoys all thermal floors. It was declared a Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site in 1979 by UNESCO. Grown under the shade of native forests, Sierra Nevada coffee is an intense beverage with notes of hazelnut and dark chocolate.



10 Count Box
100% Certified Compostable Pods
Single Serve Coffee Pods have been developed for best results when brewing an 8 oz. cup.


Keurig 1.0 and 2.0 Compatible



*Compostable in industrial facilities. Check locally, as these do not exist in many communities. Not certified for backyard composting.

Coffee Growers

Sierra Nevada has around 15,322 coffee growers who mainly come from Indigenous ethnicities such as the Arhuaca, Wiwa and Kogui. Indigenous coffee growers adopted the coffee growing culture according to their beliefs, growing coffee with organic materials and with a profound respect for mother earth.   For these indigenous coffee growers, coffee is full of flavor and spirituality. This makes it unique. Throughout the entire process, they show their gratitude through rituals that help fertilize their fruits with positive energy.

Location

This pyramidal shape mountain contains all thermal floors and the different ecosystems that make up the rainforest, the forest, and the Andean highlands. Its proximity to the sea creates a unique microclimate with higher relative humidity, which provides coffee its greater intensity and body.

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