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Sep 2022 – Jun 2023
The First-Ever Nespresso RE:FARM Concept Store is Here — From Coffee Grounds to Culinary Delights

From Capsule & Cup to the Dinner Table



Nespresso RE:FARM Presents Coffee with a Sustainable Impact



Keep your used Nespresso coffee capsules! Nespresso RE:FARM’s first concept in Hong Kong, now open at K11 MUSEA, features a specialised on-site capsule recycler to give your spent coffee a second life.

Separated into aluminium and coffee grounds, your coffee waste will become compost with RE:FARM’s Bokashi composter, helping to grow fresh herbs, vegetables, and edible flowers to be enjoyed at K11 MUSEA and Rosewood HK restaurants!



RE:FARM Events & Workshops



From Oct 22 onwards, join Nespresso RE:FARM’s exciting programme of events and workshops to learn how you can help turn coffee into a force for good!



Bring your used Nespresso capsules to K11 MUSEA and see how you can make an impact today!



Date: Sep 2022 – Jun 2023

Opening Hours: 11:30PM – 8:30PM

Location: B201, Unit 30, B2

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Date
Sep 2022 – Jun 2023
Time
11:30 - 20:30
Location
B201, Unit 30, B2
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Free

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