Tayst is better coffee, affordably priced and 100% sustainable and eco-friendly.
Tayst is an earth first coffee company. We're focused on transitioning coffee drinkers from traditional plastic Keurig kcups and Nespresso to 100% compostable products that provide rich nutrients back into the soil.
Compostable Pods for Keurig
We searched for a year to find the right mechanism to distribute our coffee properly that wouldn’t harm the planet. We found insanely great coffee and a single serve pod that is awesome for the planet. Tayst pods are 100% compostable and returns fertile nutrients to the soil as it decomposes.
COMPOSTABLE CAPSULES FOR NESPRESSO
Enjoy that morning Nespresso without a side a side of guilt. We are proud offer 100% compostable capsules for Nespresso. These capsules provide nutrients as they break down into the soil. Enjoy the finest Italian Espresso in eco friendly single serve pods.
For the Traditional Coffee Drinker
Your favorite blends are now available, freshly ground, in fully recyclable cans! Our small batch coffee offers a higher consistent deep, rich flavor profile. These 10.5oz cans are perfect for any coffee maker or french press, or pour over brewer.
2lb Bags of Whole Beans
Our favorite beans are now available in two pound bags! These small batch beans offer a higher, consistent, deep, rich flavor profile. Our beans can be ground to any level for your drip brew, pour over, or french press.
How it works
To eliminate single-use plastic and harmful packaging from coffee by offering a zero-waste, sustainable suite of coffee products from your home or office
Starts with small shareholder farmers in partnership with Rainforest Alliance Certified Coffee.
Zero waste innovation
Everything we use in our packaging is recyclable or BPI certified 100% compostable for all our products.
Our ring and bags are made from plants where conventional plastic is made from petroleum. We source from renewable source instead of fossil fuel, non-renewable resources.
Together we can stop 100,000,000 plastic cups from ending up in our landfills.