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Drink Coffee And Then Eat The Cup, KFC Makes It Possible

Drink Coffee And Then Eat The Cup, KFC Makes It Possible
Enjoy more than a cup of coffee, at KFC,  we will  soon be able to eat  the coffee cup. “Scoff-ee Cup “ is the name given to the edible coffee cups. Cups are made of the biscuit wrapped with a thin layer of sugar paper, then lined a layer of heat resistant white chocolate that does not melt instantly,  keep the coffee hot and cup crispy. A while later chocolate lining melts and biscuit softens for an easy bite without breaking the whole cup. How wonderful!

KFC edible cups Scoffee cup has been developed in collaboration with The Robin Collective,  a company that brings together  artists, designers, chefs, and  a group of inventors specialized in the experimental recipes.

Not only do the edible cups taste amazing, but they smell delicious too. To add more intrigue to scoffee cup, team Robin Collective explains that cookies intertwined with flavours such as coconut sun cream, freshly cut grass and wildflowers, because they have a natural ability to evoke positive memories associated with the warm weather, the sun and the summer holidays. This makes everyone smile.

Paper cup - scoffee cupDisposable coffee cups are a major source of waste. Only the Americans throw away about 25 billion styrofoam coffee cups every year, so it's probably quite a good idea to become a part of the food service.  KFC even thinks these cups could replace the traditional biscuit accompanying the coffee.


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