How We Do It

Have you ever wondered what happens to the coffee grounds after you've brewed your morning cup of coffee? We, here at Kaffa Kuwwa, have found an innovative way to extract coffee oil from spent coffee grounds, turning waste into a valuable resource. Let's dive into the process and learn how it all works.

What are spent coffee grounds?

Spent coffee grounds are the leftover coffee grounds that remain after the brewing process. While most people simply discard them, We saw an opportunity to extract valuable coffee oil from these grounds.

How do we extract the coffee oil?

We use a specialized extraction process to retrieve coffee oil from spent coffee grounds. The grounds are first dried and then subjected to a mechanical extraction method, which yields the crude coffee oil from the grounds. This oil is then refined and purified and stabilised, without any chemicals, to produce 100% Pure Coffee Oil.

What is coffee oil used for?

Coffee oil extracted from spent coffee grounds has a variety of uses. It can be used in cosmetics, skincare products, and even as a flavoring agent in food and beverages. By extracting coffee oil, we are not only reducing waste but also creating a sustainable source of valuable ingredients.

Why is this process important?

Extracting coffee oil from spent coffee grounds is important for several reasons. It helps reduce waste and promotes sustainability by repurposing a byproduct of the coffee brewing process. Additionally, it provides a valuable ingredient that can be used in various industries, contributing to a more circular economy.

Next time you brew your morning cup of coffee, remember that there's more to those spent coffee grounds than meets the eye. Thanks to innovative companies like Kaffa Kuwwa, coffee oil is being extracted and put to good use, making the most of every coffee bean.



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