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Which characteristics must have a successful bar?

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In an highly competitive business segment, which has suffered more than others in recent months, it is fundamental to successfully revise the coffee experience in your premise. Atmosphere, details, service, quality, extended opening hours and a wide coffee offer to be adapted to the various moments of the day – from breakfast to aperitif –Read more

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The dehors, the new way of experiencing cafes

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After weeks of forced closure, bars and restaurants have finally raised their shutters, but in an atmosphere of restricted health security and fear that with difficulties will still loosen for some time. In this context, the external areas of the premises assume strategic and ever-increasing importance. To respond to the need avoiding gatherings, customers andRead more

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On Valentine’s Day Serve a “Romantic Coffee”

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Coffee is good for love. This is true every day and even more on Valentine’s Day. Indeed, field studies and tests have shown that this tasty beverage doesn’t only taste great and have a beneficial effect on our mood but is also revitalising and aphrodisiac—it’s good both for our mind and our heart.

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Christmas: 5 Ideas for a Coffee Break that Smells Like Snow

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The loveliest time of the year is just around the corner and you don’t know how to create a Christmas atmosphere that makes your customers think of sweet snowy landscapes? If you put these five simple ideas into practice, none of your customers will be able to walk out of your coffee shop without first breathing the scent of snow in the air.