Sure, a lot of countries have reason to show national pride—many of which are solid, good reasons. But when push comes to shove, the deck of reasons why you should be proud to call yourself a citizen of a certain country seems stacked solidly in Australia’s favour. At least, coffee company Nuddy thinks so. “Australia has gorgeous beaches, a stark red outback, towering rainforests and stunning coral reefs,” notes Nuddy on their website. “Its raw natural beauty is on show.” But those aren’t the only reason Nuddy is so enamoured with the Land Down Under. “Australia also has the world’s best coffee culture—that’s the naked truth!” boasts the company.
Whether you argue with Nuddy’s sentiments or not, you won’t be able to argue with their approach to coffee making. “We craft our coffee in a uniquely Australian way. Coffee that’s aligned with Australia’s world-best coffee culture. Coffee that touches our daily lives,” says Nuddy. Unfortunately, to experience that “world-best coffee culture” you almost have to go to a coffee shop.
Nuddy doesn’t think that’s right, so they’re working to bring all the flavours and options of your favourite shop home to your coffee pot or to the office brewer. And we’re not talking a library of pods that eliminate the freshness and rich flavour of the beans (if they’re even using the best beans to begin with). For starters, that approach causes increases in CO2 and methane gas—something Nuddy is committed to lowering.
According to Nuddy, those coffee pods have the same environmental impact as plastic cups. What’s more, Nuddy is committed to quality and freshness. They source their beans from around the world and then roast them according to the bean to ensure fresh and flavorful brews.
In addition to the many flavours they offer, Nuddy also offers all the equipment you need to get the best coffee of your life. Plus, once you find the brew you love, you can subscribe to receive it on a monthly basis so that you never wake up one morning without the grounds you need to start your day right. But what would you expect from a company that’s following the example of a country known for its “world-best coffee culture”?