Alain Ducasse and the Louvre sign together an intense, delicate and balanced coffee, on sale only on our e-boutique: "1721, the Louvre café".
This assembly is inspired by the coffee mill of Madame de Pompadour discovered by the chef during his visit to the of the Louvre Museum's Department of Works of Art.
In a moment, "1721, the Louvre café" takes you on an exploration of Ethiopia and Brazil with the Bourbon variety, the coffee of the royal court, the most cultivated in the world to this day, and then Panama with the Geisha variety, considered the jewel of coffees.
The beans have been roasted and packaged in Paris in the Alain Ducasse coffee factory. Alain Ducasse x Louvre coffee can be enjoyed in all ways: in capsules for your Nespresso coffee machine or in beans for your espresso machine, piston or Italian coffee machine.
More than a tasting, an initiatory journey. Savour it...