Tag Archive 'lavazza_cafes'

Trip Report: Espresso in Eataly Chicago

Posted by TheShot on 23 Dec 2013 | Filed under: Consumer Trends, Foreign Brew, Machine, Roasting

Six years ago we wrote about the original Eataly in Torino, Italy. Since then, Eataly crossed the Atlantic with a wildly successful New York City opening in August 2010. Earlier this month, Eataly Chicago opened — and boy, did it open. Within its first week of operation, it had to shut down for two days […]

Trip Report: Espression by Lavazza at The Drake Hotel (Chicago, IL)

Posted by TheShot on 29 Dec 2009 | Filed under: Add Milk, Café Society, Foreign Brew

Two years ago, when we first encountered this café chain on Via Garibaldi in Torino, Italy, we had no idea how few of them exist. For one, turns out it was the only one in all of Italy. For another, there is only a dozen of them in the world. Oddly, four of them are […]

Trip Report: Barista Crème @ Khan Market (New Delhi, India)

Posted by TheShot on 18 May 2008 | Filed under: Café Society, Foreign Brew

Yesterday we returned from our recent travels in Northern India. Whereas many Asian cities such as Beijing, Hong Kong, Taipei, Singapore, etc., have culturally enlightened us in the past, none of them have enamored us the way Delhi has. Unfortunately, our infatuation with India has nothing to do with the local coffee, but more on […]

Espesso: Turning coffee world upside down?

Posted by TheShot on 12 Sep 2006 | Filed under: Café Society, Consumer Trends, Foreign Brew

Two years ago when I visited the San Tommaso café in Torino, the birthplace of Lavazza, they were promoting a menu item called espesso that wasn’t exactly what you’d expect. “Espresso in Italy? How crazy is that?!” But hold on… Note that what we call espresso here in America is called simply a café in […]