A week of free coffees, your own stylish reusable cup and the satisfaction that comes from doing the environment a solid. Combine the three, and that's HuskeeWeek, which runs from Monday, December 3 to Friday, December 7.
HuskeeCup turns recycled coffee husks into recyclable takeaway cups and, after a crowdfunding campaign, it has finally arrived in Sydney. To both celebrate the launch and to introduce their accompanying cup-swap initiative, they're getting you caffeinated without spending a cent — other than on your HuskeeCup and accompanying lid, that is.
If you have them already, then rejoice. All you need to do is hit up Pablo & Rusty, Cross Eatery or Brew Collective in the CBD, or Zupano Espresso in Walsh Bay — and as long as you have your cup and lid, your takeaway flat whites, soy caps, lattes, long blacks, short blacks and quarter-cup piccolos are all on the house. If you don't have a set, you can buy one while you're there for $16, and the same week of freebies still applies.
Once you have your mitts on a HuskeeCup and lid, each time you use it at a participating cafe, it'll actually be swapped and replaced for free. That way, it'll always be clean and ready to go — and, you won't have to worry about chips, stains or breakages either.
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