Food for thought

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  Image: Matt Hunt

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De’Longhi’s showroom, which stocks some fabulous European appliance brands – De’Longhi, Kenwood and Braun – collaborated with Food Play and Coffee Lab to offer a floral, edible experience to treat all of the senses. The scent of coffee and a massive floral arrangement, including edible macarons on sticks greeted visitors as they walked in the door. As well as that, Coffee Lab gave presentations on the psychology of coffee.


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