The first chapter of the Women in Coffee project, born in 2019 to support women working in the coffee plantations of the Barahona region in Dominican Republic, ended with the delivery of the roasting machine. A sustainable dream, as Carolina Vergnano defined it, to help a community of 20 women coffee producers in Dominican Republic.Read more
A café is like a second home: each customer, entering his or her favourite café, expects to find a cosy, friendly environment. Sometimes though, regular customers need to be surprised: why don’t you leave them open-mouthed with a fast cheap and chic restyling?
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.
A very tasty and creamy vegetarian and gluten-free dish that is ideal for autumn: radicchio and coffee lasagna is a speciality worth discovering.
The relationship with customers, advertising, public relations… anyone who believes the success of a restaurant or a café is exclusively based on these elements, besides the menu offered, hasn’t taken into consideration an equally essential aspect: stock supply and management.
Nothing of the best things that nature gives us is ever throw away. And with a little effort and creativity, everything can find a second creative and eco-friendly use. Coffee is no exception and after use, it can become the ideal soil to grow edible mushrooms at home. This is how you can do it!
Inaugurating the day with a dear old steaming cappuccino served at your favourite café is a tradition for most Italians. This evergreen drink made of espresso and milk foam has recently been reinvented with gourmet, creative trends such as latte art.
Frappuccino, in its classical version, first began as the combination of milk and coffee. Then it evolved into many variants and flavours, including strawberry, pineapple, mango, green tea and lemon. Here you can find the ideal recipes to prepare a delicious classic Frappuccino.
Going back to school to learn the fragrant art of coffee… is this your plan? Whether you are a newbie or already work in the industry roasting coffee, selling coffee beans or as a café manager and want to get new tools of the trade and expand your wealth of knowledge and know-how, there are many training courses.