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Coffee brewing methods: Have you found your favourite yet?

There is a whole science behind the taste of your beloved cup of coffee. Besides the quality of beans that go in, the brewing method affects the final flavour, nutrition and caffeine content. There is a range of methods; from basic, quick and straightforward single serve to a slow and steady Chemex.
Single serve – Easy way how to quickly grab your cup in the morning. Insert a little pod inside the mach...

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AeroPress Championships season is here!

The AeroPress championships are fun and exciting events with great coffee and talented people happening all around the world.  Last year, 35 national champions met up for the final battle at the beach in Italian Rimini. At the end of the action packed beautiful sunny day, the trophy flew to Japan with the winner Shuichi Sasaki!
The AeroPress Championships 2015 are running from January until March. In April, the national champions are meeting in Seattle for the 2015 World AeroPress...

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Great news from Les Championnats de France du Café, Sirha Lyon 2015 - Double win!

At the end of January Pinnacle Gastro experienced an incredible atmosphere at the 8th edition of  Les Championnats de France du Café organized by SCAE (Speciality Coffee Association of Europe) and witnessed the coffee experts from Cafés Richard winning first place in two categories.
Congratulations to Anthony Calvez who has become French Latte Art Champion and Christophe Rubine for winning the first place at French Cup Tasters Championship for the t...

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Successful installation of Wine Emotion at the Glass Wine Bar in Bangkok

Congratulations to the team at Glass Wine Bar Bangkok on the soft opening of Bangkok's trend setting wine bar! Well done to Christophe, Khun Ying and Luc! A big thank you from our team.

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If Latte could fly

If Lattes Could Fly: Dutch Engineers Invent Coffee Delivery Drone December 8, 2014 by Karina Hof It’s a familiar feeling: mid-morning, exploiting the first caffeine high of the day, at your Everest of efficiency. Yet before long comes a realization that the cup you filled before reaching your desk is empty. What to do? Abandon your station—risking all the in-transit distractions that come with refueling—or stay put, convincing yourself you can withstand the pre-lunch doldrums? ...

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