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Italian Coffee Brand Introduces Edible Coffee Cup

Italian Coffee Brand Introduces Edible Coffee Cup
Arts & Culture

Lavazza and designer Enrique Luis Sardi have created a coffee cup made of pastry lined with a sugar layer acts as a sweetener for your drink.

Nestor Bailly, PSFK
  • 30 july 2012

Here’s your simple, fun and creative idea for the day: An edible cup made out of pastry. It’s like an ice cream cone for your coffee! And it saves water (no ceramic to wash).

Created by renowned Venezuelan designer Enrique Luis Sardi for Italian coffee company Lavazza, the idea is basically “sip the coffee then eat the cup.” Brilliant and simple enough to have won numerous awards.

Looking forward to trying this out, but no word yet on availability or price.

Check out more images of this tasty design in the gallery below.

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