I’ve been a Nespresso ambassador for Switzerland for almost two years now, and although I had the impression that the brand had no more secrets from me, I just couldn’t imagine how wrong I was and the quantity of information I would get from a trip to one of the origins of Nespresso’s coffee : Colombia!
Geneva-Medellin was a long ride, we stopped… Read more
2019 is coming to an end, how crazy does that sound? It’s soon time to count our latest achievements – how many of your personal goals have you reached this year? One of the musts on my 2019’s bucket list was the discovery of some Scandinavian cities – and even if Stockholm still remains on my list (hope to visit it beginning of next… Read more
Nespresso did it again. What, mind-blowing coffee quality? Nothing new here. Fascinating storytelling around its products? Yes but so much more! For the fourth year in a row Nespresso is giving a second life to its capsules thanks to the brand’s Second Life initiative – a project whose goal is to raise awareness on the aluminum capsules’ recycling qualities and the perks of giving… Read more
I can hardly believe this long-awaited summer 19 is finally here, but daily sunshine and almost tropical temperatures don’t lie – we’re having it at last. Waking up with this Mediterranean weather could easily make me forget that we’re spending most of this summertime at work, sounds silly and yet starting the day with sun rays warming my face, the song of birds chirping… Read more
Being a coffee aficionado, I like to discover each coffee’s notes, aromatic profiles and processes, and most and foremost: I like to know the stories that are behind what I drink. Thus, with Nespresso’s new coffees called Reviving Origins Tamuka mu Zimbabwe and Esperanza de Colombia, I really feel spoiled as the story behind them is not only unique but also very… Read more
When it comes to coffee, I’m definitely #TeamMilky – and while I often enjoy long blacks, I certainly never refuse a cappuc’ (note to self: only posh people use this abbreviation, I should probably stop). My love for milky recipes led me to venture into many cups : flat whites, macchiatos, frappés and so on; as they say with age comes the wisdom,… Read more
It’s a three hours flight that separates Geneva from Marrakech, you might think that it’s quite a ride, but once you’re there, once you’re feeling warmth on your skin and these 32 degrees melt the city stress you had in you without even knowing it, then you just wonder : how come I didn’t book my flight earlier? In case you don’t know it… Read more