Coffee You Can Eat
Coffee has a lot of expressions. Some of us love espresso, some add a bit of milk while others prefer filtered coffee. But have you ever experienced eating coffee?
Coffee bar with cascara
Experience the whole coffee cherry. When Coffee Pixels Cascara is made, the complete coffee fruit is used – both, the seed, the roasted coffee bean, and the ﬂesh or skin of the cherry, which is called Cascara. This fruit is rich in protein, ﬁbre, antioxidants and even contains little amount of caffeine.
Coffee bar with milk
For people who love Cappuccinos, Lattes or just enjoy those sweeter moments of life. Coffee Pixels Milk was created as a reference to the coffee shop menu favorites. Its flavor fully reﬂects the synergy of milk and coffee, that many of us love so much. And now it's edible too!
Take it wherever you go
Enjoy your coffee while traveling, spending time outdoors. Get your caffeine hit when liquid is not an option.
We use the whole coffee cherry to produce Coffee Pixel bars. Waste is reduced to minimum by maximising use of coffee fruit.
COFFEE ON THE MOVE
Think of Coffee Pixels as ready-to-use coffee. Just take it with you wherever you go. Outdoors, indoors, on the ground or up in the air.
With Coffee Pixels, you know precisely how much caffeine you get. This means you can adjust to what's right for you.
FIBER RICH FOOD
Like many other fruits & seeds, coffee fruit is made of pure fiber. We packed it for you in a delicious way.
100% NATURAL ENERGY
Just a few carefully selected quality ingredients make Coffee Pixels simple and natural source of energy.
HIGH IN ANTIOXIDANTS
Coffee fruit is superfood like no other. It's one of the best source of antioxidants known at all.
The Story behind Coffee Pixels
Great coffee is a reflection of great relationships. From farmers to roasters and from brewers to coffee lovers. With Coffee Pixels, we reach out to cherish these connections.
A WORD FROM PEOPLE WHO LOVE COFFEE
"We tasted the early prototypes of Coffee Pixels at the Barista Camp Estonia in 2016 and could not wait to hear from Coffee Pixels about their progress."
– Ales Pospisil, EuropeanCoffeeTrip.com