Sustainable coffee made by a Best Craftsman of France

lagrange-small.jpgVincent Ballot is coffee roaster and has been awarded the Best Crafstman of France distinction in 2018. He travels the world in search of the best beans and creates blending as if it were a wine. After having worked with coffee roasters for twenty years, he formalized his knowledge at the Coffee Quality Institute, a sustainable expert curriculum of the coffee sector.

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Crackers made from beer bagasse, chestnut, buckwheat or fennel flavoured

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The residues from bier manufacturing process are small pieces of cereales(*), that are usually thrown away, even when they contain exceptional nutritional qualities: they are now collected and cooked, to be transformed into flavoured crackers, 100% vegan and natural.

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Responsible fairtrade vodka, rum, gin and liqueur

fair-small.jpgThe sourcing is an art: Alexandre Koiransky is purchasing the organic quinoa in Bolivia, the sugar cane in Belize, the arabica in Mexico and the juniper berries in Uzbekistan, exclusively to local producers.

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Universal rechargeable digital music player, in an upcycled vintage suitcase

boomcase-small.jpgThe universal digital music player in an upcycled vintage suitcase, was once invented by Dominic Odbert, passionate about sound and vintage objects, in San Francisco, California.

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Eco-responsible unsinkable nomad bubble, opening-up to the nature

anthenea-small.jpgImaginative naval architect, Jean-Michel Ducancelle drew a floating alcove, opening-up to the nature.

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Essential oil shower fully natural and environmentally-friendly

skinjay-small.jpgTwo years of research have been necessary to develop  the know-how required to merge fully natural essential oils with the water of the shower. 

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Luxury bicycle, timeless, electric and connected

coleen-small.jpgThe shape reminds the cross frame geometry of the “dandy horse” created in 1861, on which the rider pushed with the feets to move the vehicle. 

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