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Outside of fertilizer and compost, most of us have no use for coffee grounds once they’ve done their daily pick me up duties. That wasn’t good enough for Julian Lechner. After five years of experimenting, Lechner created Kaffeeform, an innovative recycled material made with used coffee grounds and renewable raw materials. The first release for the new material is a set of coffee cups. In addition to the whole meta aspect of drinking coffee out of coffee, each lightweight cup smells of joe and has a unique marblewood appearance. The initial production run of 250 Kaffeeform Cups will be offered exclusively at the Amsterdam Coffee Festival.

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