“Dunkin’ creates tiny home that runs on used coffee grounds” – Mass Live
Writer: Aviva Luttrell / Publish Date: 12 October 2018
American runs on Dunkin — and now so does a tiny house.
The Canton-based chain has created a custom, transportable tiny house the runs on a biofuel blend consisting of 80 percent coffee oil from spent coffee grounds.
The house, called the “Home that Runs on Dunkin’,” includes a kitchen with high-end appliances and a farm house sink, a full-size bathroom with Jacuzzi tub and washer/dryer, a king-sized bed, a living room for two, a coffee nook and full-size cedar porch.
Of course, the house is also stocked with Dunkin’ coffee.
Coffee lovers across the country can book a two-night stay in the house through Airbnb. The tiny home will be available to rent in Nahant, with the first stay beginning Oct. 16 and lasting through Oct. 30.
The home was built in partnership with New Frontier Tiny Homes in a little more than three months, using reclaimed materials.
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