Below is the first of three films by those fine coffee makers, Douwe Egberts. Focusing on the most popular variations (Espresso, Cafetiére & Cappuccino), we hear from the numerous and passionate advocates from around the World, at every stage of the process, from the Growers, Harvesters & Master Tasters, all the way to Douwe Egberts’ most valuable experts; the passionate coffee drinkers at home, work and play.
“Douwe Egberts have an unrivalled heritage in the coffee world. With a wealth of experience spanning over 250 years, Douwe Egberts have mastered the art of making truly exceptional coffee. Blending smooth, delicious coffee is a skill that they have been perfecting since 1753. With the help of their master blender, Etienne Moernaut, Douwe Egberts bring you great tasting coffee from across the world in every cup.
Etienne’s passion has been at the heart of Douwe Egbert’s coffee since 1973. Working from the factory in Belgium, he proves his dedication by tasting between 250 and 300 cups a day. His extensive knowledge and insistence in tasting at every stage of the roasting process, to ensure balanced flavours, is the secret behind the great taste of Douwe Egbert’s coffee.
Douwe Egberts’ knowledge allows them to produce a delicious and consistent taste for both their Instant and Roast and Ground ranges. Whether you’re on the go, or if you’re after a moment to savour, their range sumptuous blends will satisfy every palette. From smooth and indulgent to vibrant and intense, Douwe Egberts’ unique expertise allows them to deliver on taste every time.
Douwe Egberts have an unrivalled heritage in the coffee world and boast over 250 years of experience in making truly exceptional coffee. Blending smooth, delicious coffee is an art they have been perfecting since 1753.”
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Another reason to watch this series of entertaining (and fascinating ‘educational’) videos is that a little competition may be arising at the end