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That's around $30. First Purchase or Returning Customers. Any mix of blends or flavours.
Metro Areas: Auckland $5.00, North Island $5.50, South Island $7.50
Rural Delivery Areas: Auckland $7.50, North Island $9.50, South Island $11.00
Your order is packed immediately and dispatched on the next Courier Post pick up.
We'll email you as soon as your coffee is on its way.
For Auckland and Whangarei please allow one business day for delivery.
For North Island allow 1-2 business days.
For South Island it'll take up to three business days.
Allow an extra 1-3 days for Rural Delivery.
We monitor each delivery and will email you if there are any delays.
In November 1967, Jann Wenner published the first edition of what was to become the classic popular culture magazine, the Rolling Stone. The magazine focused on the music of the time, Rock and Roll, but it soon became representative of a generation. The Rolling Stone still exists 50 years later.
In his first Letter From the Editor, Jann wrote:
Jann used his talent on journalism to write about popular music. He also managed to capture the mood of a time and create a magazine that meant more to people than simply enjoying rock and roll.
So why is coffee like the Rolling Stone? Jann's letter speaks to some really important points that are still valid today. It's about striving to do more, it's about working hard, and it talks about creating something that people love without going on about it.
At Coffee Capsules 2U we sell coffee capsules that fit in Nespresso® machines. Without question they are some of the best that you can get. They taste really good. That's important.
Like the Rolling Stone, we want to do way more than simply write about music or sell coffee capsules. We want to do something different. We want to do good.
New Zealand is a small importer nation. We get bombed by big overseas brands. Like the All Blacks, we'll strive for our right to stand up and say "this is how the game should be played".
We've gone out and got the best coffee, we price it really nicely, we jump hoops to give you the best customer service and we even get down in the shed and recycle the capsules ourselves by hand.
We don't go on about it. We just do it. Because that's the Kiwi way.
Or as they said 50 years ago.