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Walküre presents the new coffee series

The porcelain factory Walküre invited caterer and representatives of the trade press into the ”Alte Malerei” on the company grounds for an impressing evening around the subject coffee, to present the new series ”rossi”.

Despite the bad weather, due to the onset of winter in Franconia, a number of invited guests appeared to experience the new series ”rossi” in the Walküre Home firsthand. The ”Alte Malerei” of porcelain factory Walküre was particularly suitable for this great event. Dr. Wolfgang Meyer, General Manager, and Thomas Wenk, designer of the new series, introduced series ”rossi” to the audience. The invited representatives of the trade press, along with guests of the hotel business and caterer, were enthusiastic over the all new, functional tableware series.

Thomas Schweiger, German champion of Barista 2010 – as well as finalist at the world championship, was responsible for the delicacies. After a short speech about coffee – from the coffee bean to the ready made beverage – he spoiled the guests with freshly made espresso, served in the new cup series. He also created diverse unique and proverbial stimulating coffee specialities.

Thomas Schweiger, German champion of Barista 2010 – as well as finalist at the world championship, was responsible for the delicacies. After a short speech about coffee – from the coffee bean to the ready made beverage – he spoiled the guests with freshly made espresso, served in the new cup series. He also created diverse unique and proverbial stimulating coffee specialities.

Assisted by his catering team, ”rossi” designer Thomas Wenk arranged a remarkable ”flying dinner”. The evening was topped off with delicious chocolate specialities, sponsored by Confiserie Storath.

A treat for the ears was the musical interlude by soprano singer Iris Meier. Her impressive Italian operas brought a glamorous flair into the hall.

Simultaneous to the sales presentation of ”rossi” was the opening of the ”exposition of historical coffee machines”, which can be visited until end of February 2013.