A Coffee that you can munch on

It is a well known fact that Bangalore is the launching ground for most new trends – be it fashion, technology, food and … even coffee. There were coffee bars in India and then came Cafe Coffee Day. It literally changed the way we look at coffee. Coffee is now a preferred beverage amongst the high society as well. Cafe Coffee Day took the Indian style to the world and won a prestigious award at the international event with its “Kaapi Nirvaana”. Then came Barista, Coffee World and other coffee bars that are cashing in on this new cool identity associated with coffee.

Innovation never stops at these coffee bars. Each coffee bar recreating the caffeine magic in their own way to offer a unique definition to their coffee experience. Espressos, Cappuchinos, Cafe Lattes, Cold Coffees, Granitas (crushed ice and coffee), Coffees with flavored creams etc. – all these fill the menu at each bar. Ofcourse, each menu has its own exotic naming scheme for the same coffee. An extra large serving of your favorite hot coffee is called a Cafe Grande at Cafe Coffee Day. Arabian Sparkle is the name of a iced coffee with ice cream and patent garnishing. And so on…

Enter a new variety of coffee that would redefine the way you have your coffee. You would normally sip, gulp, swallow your coffee. How about munching your coffee?

Coffee World is now offering a new coffee that you can munch. This idea is not new as such. It was first created in Italy. And for the first time in Asia, Coffee World is lauching this style of coffee in India. It should be quite an interesting experience to munch through your coffee.

To find out where you can enjoy the “munchable” coffee right here in Bangalore, check this link. Scroll down to India and look for locations in Bangalore.

Crunch through it, munch it… enjoy your coffee in a whole new style!

1 Comment so far

  1. Mehak (unregistered) on April 4th, 2006 @ 11:01 am

    Well some how dont know CCD’s and Barista’s…
    Coffee World is good…also try Taste 7 Tea(church street)
    and i also like Kalmane’s Coffee (forum,garuda & one at Jayanagar 4th block).

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