The Paris Café Festival is back for a new edition under the luminous halls of the Centquatre, from October 29th to 31st. We will be there in action more than ever for this long-awaited edition.
Visit our dedicated stand, inside find the new GB5, the Special Edition Florentine Linea Mini, and the long awaited Wally Milk. Experience the True Artisan Café, the La Marzocco’s Roasters Village, and this year’s novelty: La Marzocco Kitchen. Let’s no forget a round table discussion in the LAB.
The La Marzocco main stand (P34) is dedicated to our commercial espresso machines, with demos on Wally Milk, GB5, and KB90. 12 French roasters will showcase on True Artisan Cafè, brewing on two distinct coffee bar concepts:
- Our new GB5 X 3-group with Cime, Kitsuné, Dose, Deep, Terres de Café and Muda (programme here)
- The Modbar (including the Espresso AV, Pour-Over, and Steam): Hayuco, Coutume, Mokxa, l’Arbre à Café, Kohi Store and Windara.
Try each signature drink of the roasters featured on the True Artisan Cafe.
Also, an appearance from the Champion of Frances Coffee In Good Spirits 2021, Charlène Cabioche! Coming to taste each of the drinks, she will choose the winner at the end of the festival. Watch each tasting live on Instagram Live @lamarzoccofrance. The winner will receive a La Marzocco goodie bag.
The Marzocco Kitchen comes to France, a stand dedicated to La Marzocco Home. Test the Linea Mini and GS3, speak to the team on the stand and try the Swift Mini and La Marzocco Hoe App.
The Marzocco Kitchen also has workshops available to the public running all weekend, Saturday and Sunday between 11am and 5pm. Key topics include: water temperature, espresso, hand-on latte art and more. These workshops include our friends at Amadito, Café Coutume, Deep Coffee Roasters, L’Arbre à Café, La Main Noire, Café Kitsuné, Café Lomi, and Kawa Coffee.
Note that a maximum limit of 4 people per workshop, no registration needed, first to arrive- gets a spot.
The schedule includes:
- Friday 29 October at 15h/15h45: coffee and chocolate pairing by Amadito.
- Saturday 30 October:
- 11:00/11:45: The “toast challenge” by Coutume Cafe.
- 12:00/12:45: Coffee conservation at home by Deep Coffee Roasters.
- 14h/14h45: Coffee training for individuals by L’Arbre à Café.
- 15h/15h45: “Smash your Chaï” discovery and preparation of a delicious chaï latte by La Main Noire.
- 16h/16h45 : latte art workshop by Cafe Kitsune.
- 17h/17h45 : espresso Martini workshop by Cafe Lomi.
- Sunday 31 October:
The Roasters Village will highlight 16 roasters from France, and all over Europe. Including: Esperanza Café, Cafés Lugat, Gram Gram, Mokxa, Mana Café, Café Lomi, Café Coutume, L’Arbre à Café, Loutsa, Moklair, Kawa Coffee, Renart Café, Sloane Coffee Roasters, Deep Coffee Roasters, Climpson and Sons, and KB Coffee Roasters.
La Marzocco will also take part in the LAB, a space open to professionals and coffee lovers with debates, demos and practical workshops. Join us at the discussion on Saturday October 30th from 3.30 to 4pm: Paul Kelly (General Manager, La Marzocco UK) will speak on the importance of community in coffee.
Also a talk on “how to create it, how to nurture it and its importance in the sustainability of a establishment”. The format is an open discussion; the audience and future café owners will be able to ask questions and participate in the talk.
We look forward to seeing you at the main stand (P34) & the La Marzocco Kitchen (P56).
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