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Redmud Coffee introduces Nepal’s first zero-spill coffee

Redmud Coffee introduces Nepal’s first zero-spill coffee

Redmud Zero-Spill Coffee

For the first time in Nepal, Redmud Coffee has introduced zero-spill coffee delivery in Kathmandu. The coffee company’s zero-spill approach makes use of its new thermo-aluminum sealed cup to prevent coffee spills. This method also helps to keep the beverage warmer for a longer period of time.

Coffee spills and stains are something we all want to avoid while enjoying our drink. Redmud’s new thermo-aluminum sealed coffee cup promises to avoid any spill or leakage from the cup. The coffee cup is sealed with a layer of aluminum sheet on the top, which keeps the drink warmer and spill-proof. It will be available in two sizes to fit Redmud’s both hot and cold drinks. As of now, Redmud is using the new cups for delivery purposes only, not takeaway (which is kind of strange).

Redmud Coffee’s journey started in 2012 through its first outlet in Thapathali. To date, the coffee chain has about five outlets serving Nepalese organic coffee alongside a wide selection of food. The Redmud Coffee outlets are located in Thapathali, Jhamsikhel, New Baneshwor, Gairidhara, and Durbar Marg.

Customers can enjoy Redmud’s caffeinated beverages at home by ordering online via Pathao food, Foodmandu, or Bhoj. The Redmud Jhamsikhel outlet is open for takeaway as well.

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