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Nespresso launches ‘multi-sensory’ experience for Michelin-star restaurants to capitalise on coffee

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Nespresso has launched a new multi-sensory coffee experience for Michelin star restaurants to help businesses reap the benefits of capitalising on coffee.

YourNespressoCoffeeTaste was launched this month with two Michelin-starred chef, Daniel Clifford at Midsummer House, to highlight the importance of the end of the meal for diners, and showcases five pure origin coffees from the Nespresso range.

The experience invokes aromatic notes through small, taste and sight, which was co-developed by Marcelo Zanetti, Nespresso global coffee expertise manager and perfumer Emmanuelle Moeglin, depicting the primary aromatics found in Kenya, Nepal, India, Brazil and Guatemala.

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Michael Caine’s Lympstone Manor will start rolling out the concept from September.

Daniel Clifford commented: “I’m proud to partner with Nespresso on this unique experience, as I know first-hand from my visit to Colombia with Nespresso, the passion and craft that goes into their coffee offer. Our partnership provides a real opportunity to reinvent the way that coffee is served and experienced. YourNespressoCoffeeTaste is truly unique to the diner and demonstrates not only the highest quality product, but also the coffee expertise the Nespresso after dinner coffee experience offers.”

Guillaume Chesneau, managing director, Nespresso UK and Ireland said: “We’re delighted to have worked in partnership with Emmanuelle and Daniel to launch YourNespressoCoffeeTaste. Nespresso is pushing the boundaries of the coffee experience in fine dining and YourNespressoCoffeeTaste takes this to a new level, in an environment where we know that consumers are increasingly interested in the origin of what they drink.”

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