Read A Latte (Lancaster Public Library) Recyclable Pods

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MEDIUM-DARK ROAST. Roasted and shipped on Thursdays; order by Wednesday. Due to supply issues, some close substitutions may be used in some blends.
$20.00
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Medium-full body and mellow acidity, with notes of caramel and nuts. The coffees in the Read A Latte blend are organically grown and fairly traded, and air roasted in small batches in Lancaster, Pa.

The Lancaster Public Library inspires, empowers, and strengthens our community by connecting people with information, ideas, and enriching experiences. By providing equitable access to vital educational resources, exceptional programming, and community building opportunities, the Lancaster Public Library is recognized as a dynamic center of knowledge and a cornerstone of a thriving Lancaster community.

POD FACTS

  • The pods have a a filter that is 10 times stronger than the filters in standard pods, which allows for finer grinds and more extraction of flavor.
  • The pods are designed to hold up to 40% more coffee than standard pods; the larger fill capacity means richer brews.
  • The degassing seal in each pod allows for same day roast, grind, and fill freshness. You won't find a fresher pod!

RECYCLING INFORMATION

The pod, including the microfilter, is made of 100% polypropylene. After use,

  • Over sink or trash can, squeeze sides until lid pops open.
  • Empty grounds into composting container or trash.
  • Rinse pod. Remove and discard sticker. Do not detach lid.
  • Place in recycling bin.

If your municipality does not recycle PP#5 plastics, stack and return clean and dry empty pods to Wanderlust Coffees. Mail them to 823 N. Duke St., Lancaster, PA 17602 (our home office), or deliver them to the roastery at 923 N. Christian St., Lancaster, PA (contact us first to make sure someone will be at the roastery to meet you). Thank you!

 

Reviews

  • 5
    Outstanding!

    Posted by Casey on Jun 02 2021

    When my partner moved in and brought his KEURIG, I was skeptical. I’d never had a good cup of coffee from a pod, and I hated the waste. When I saw that Wanderlust was offering 100% recyclable coffee pods, I decided that I had to try them. I am so, so glad that I did, because this coffee is SO. GOOD! The fact that I’m supporting a small business, which in turn is supporting their community, just makes this all the better.