The 'Mad' Purple Hatter Has Arrived!

Try our new limited edition coffee; the Purple Hatter.

Our STRONGEST coffee yet, this coffee is an eccentric blend that exhibits all the qualities of high grade Indian Arabica - peppery spice with notes of cardamom, nutmeg and clove. 

A little mad, it is the perfect addition to your next 'tea party'.

The Purple Hatter is small batch roasted and is currently available for a limited time in our biodegradable and compostable capsule.

10 Nespresso® compatible capsules in each pack. 

STRENGTH: 5+ hats out of 5


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Eco-Friendly, ethical coffee the news!


Thanks Honeycombers for the recent article about our environmentally-friendly, sustainable and biodegradable Nespresso ® Compatible coffee capsules. We are excited to bring change to coffee pods ... coming up with better coffee for you, and better capsules for the planet ... so we really appreciate the love from these 'honeys'.


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Singapore Boutique Fairs - THANK YOU!

We had a fantastic weekend at the Singapore Boutiques Fair serving up our Nespresso ® Compatible Coffee capsules to the fabulous crowd to drink, and selling delicious coffee capsules for people to take home and enjoy. 

This is a fantastic event and well-edited curation of small, independent businesses and up-and-coming designers that are design-led and socially responsible. So our artisanal, ethical and eco-friendly coffee capsules fit right in. 

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Tripod's Compostable and Biodegradable Capsules in the Australian Financial Review

Former Australian cricketer Ed Cowan has taken a different tack to the big producers when it comes to reducing the environmental impact of coffee capsules - his local coffee company has a compostable and biodegradable pod.

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Australia's new sustainable pod startup taking on Nespresso

Thanks Concrete Playground for the write up!

Run by two former Aussie cricketers. Really.

Two professional Aussie cricketers sporting an insatiable love of coffee start their own coffee pod company. Boom. It's true, meet Tripod Coffee. Cricketers Steve Cazzulino and Ed Cowan were perpetually on the road playing state cricket, and brought along a Nespresso machine with them for much-needed cups of coffee in the morning before matches. Seeking a local, sustainable alternative to the George Clooney-fronted pod giant proved difficult, so the pair saw a glimmering niche in the coffee-obsessed Aussie market.

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