When we designed our packaging for Après, we knew that we needed a format that could hold 11-12 ounces, and was durable, lightweight, and convenient (sorry, glass!). We were left with paperboard and plastic as our two options.
While most higher-end beverages utilize plastic bottles, the choice was easy for us. Plastic bottles and the downstream waste they create were no-no's. Plus, we found that the sipping experience was just as pleasant with a Tetra Pak!
Our Tetra Pak cartons utilize 100% sustainable, controlled wood sources for their paperboard, and the caps are made with bio-based plastic derived from sugar cane. The cartons are recyclable in almost all municipalities (although some may require that you remove the cap). Do you prefer paper or plastic? Let us know what you think in the comments below! Xx
Following in the footsteps of Reverence roasters benchmark design we have been inspired to create our own take on the bean bag classic. Presenting the newest feature from the Small Block Cafe spring collection.
This bag is designed to go with you everywhere in life, so go on, write your own story.
Durable | waterproof | freshly ground fragrance | easily matched with your entire wardrobe
This is the must have bag which perks you up in the morning and keeps you going all night long
#airstreamautocamp . I want one. Just found this. Investors custom built all these #airstreams and put them under #redwoods - oh my ! Feels like a 5 star resort. I dropped off a couple - man just proposed to woman under the redwoods and organized this trip from L..A. to stay in their own private airstream complete with own fire pit !!!
Let's #recycle some and put on a few acres and create homes for more peeps....just like the guy who built a surf camp out of old boats and built decks around them