Vijayawada

Time for a coffee break

Coffee guru Sam Rozario in action at Coffee Festival hosted by Café Coffee Day in Vijayawada. Photo: Raju V.

Coffee guru Sam Rozario in action at Coffee Festival hosted by Café Coffee Day in Vijayawada. Photo: Raju V.  

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Coffee evangelist Sam Rozario from Bangalore showcased the fine art of coffee-making and shared many interesting facets about coffee.

It is time for the caffeine addicts in the city to rejoice as Café Coffee Day kick-started its month-long coffee festival in all its three outlets on Thursday.

In an endeavour to share the art of coffee-making with its customers, the company said anyone can walk into any of the three outlets in Spencer’s Hyper Café, Music World Café, and LEPL Mall Café, and learn how to make a cuppa using simple coffee-making tools like the plunger and stovetop espresso.

Coffee evangelist Sam Rozario from Bangalore showcased the fine art of coffee-making and shared many interesting facets about coffee.

Speaking on the occasion, he said at present coffee drinking was becoming a part of our daily life. This coffee festival is our attempt to help consumers indulge in this fine beverage and take back a part of the experience to their homes. As part of this festival, consumers can purchase their home-making kits, which comprise coffee-making machines and powders, to enjoy a similar taste like in the cafes in the comfort of their homes. Started as a consumer-connect initiative, the festival will go on till August 18.

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