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To Commemorate Its Tenth Year In The Industry, Breville Philippines Hosts A Virtual Coffee Festival

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What would you say if you were asked to describe a cup of coffee using emotions? Is it happy, in your opinion? Bliss? Energetic? Or perhaps you’d describe it as “comfort and warmth”?

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A great cup of coffee is all of these things and more for coffee lovers. There’s no denying that this beverage is an important part of our lives because of the practical benefits it delivers, such as waking us up in the morning, as well as the emotional benefits it provides.

Unsurprisingly, given our current isolated situation, this warm cup of bliss has been playing a larger role in our days recently. Everyone needs a little pick-me-up to keep the bad vibes at bay, and what better way to do so than with a shot of caffeine?

While we may not be able to get our favorite drinks from our beloved, trusted coffee shops right now, the good news is that delicious coffee may still be enjoyed at home. Breville Philippines, a premium home label that offers a wide range of kitchen partners that may enrich your home living, is one of the brands that ensures this is achievable. The Barista Express Espresso Machine and the Precision Brewer Thermal Coffee Maker are two of its best-selling items, making it simple and affordable for anybody to enjoy third-wave and cafe-quality coffee at home.

With their annual Coffee Festival, the brand continues to stay true to its aim of elevating the way consumers enjoy their coffee, now in its tenth year on the market. The event will be held digitally and is accessible to the public. It will involve live sessions and contests concerning anything and everything coffee.

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The Breville Coffee Festival, which runs throughout September, strives to bring together experts and enthusiasts and connect them. The event is aimed at assisting frequent drinkers in celebrating their passion for the beverage by teaching them new skills, tactics, and tips.

Chef Edward David Mateo of the La Royale Patisserie Food Group, who will cover how to make coffee-flavored desserts, Dave Dource—Academic Director of the Philippine Chapter of Barista Guild Asia, who will cover tips and techniques on making latte art, and Chef Louise Mabulo, who will discuss how to use coffee for both foo and food, will all be speaking at the festival. Robert Francisco and Pacita Juan of the Philippine Coffee Board, Inc. have also joined the flock.

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The month-long event will be broken up into several sessions, with experts taking over Facebook Live Sessions at random intervals. Breville Philippines is also inviting enthusiasts to compete with their best latte art creations and homemade coffee-themed cakes in their “Pour Your Art Out: A Virtual Latte Art Challenge” and “Coffee Rush Challenge,” which invites participants to compete with their best latte art creations and homemade coffee-themed cakes, respectively.

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In addition, the Coffee Festival aims to assist everyone in “Mastering a Healthy Lifestyle.” Breville Philippines is more than just a company that makes it possible for people to enjoy their own creations at home with its products; it is also a proponent of building a harmonious community that brings together its customers, partners, and other stakeholders to live a sustainable lifestyle at home.

To join the festival, everyone can visit Breville Philippines’ Official Event Page here. More announcements will also be made on their Facebook and Instagram page. If you’re looking for inspiration on creative uses of coffee, on the other hand, you can check out https://foodthinkers.com.ph/ for some recipes and guides. 

Everyone calls me Ian. This website is about my everyday life experiences. Back in 2011, I use to write on my first blog. (www.stuckinthephilippines.blogspot.com) I started this website as a place where I can express my creative inside. I love visiting new places, listening to music and anything fun.

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    Ester_Momshie

    September 15, 2020 at 9:54 pm

    Happy Coffee Festival 💕 I’m so happy to read this blog , a lot of learning and realization. Also I’m so happy , that the event is focused on helping regular customers to celebrate thier love tlfor the drink by teaching them a tricks , skills and tips about their favorite beverage. ❤

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    Kristine Quipit

    September 17, 2020 at 4:31 pm

    This is good. By this, they allow people to meet and discuss about beverages and they will help them to improve their skills either through learning new skills or competing. Many people will enjoy this event.

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