The Coffee Museum
Caffè Chicco d’Oro represents a coffee culture, characteristic of contemporary time. It derives, however, from a long tradition which is reflected in Chicco d’Oro’s "World of Coffee" museum.
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The highest situated coffee roasting plant in Europe - Café Badilatti Discover how coffee came to be roasted here. Not only its location, but its level of coffee production is set on a high level. During an approx. hour-long guided tour you can not only visit the roasting plant and taste a number of different blends but will also get to know more about the fascinating and sensual world of the stimulating black coffee bean in the firm’s own coffee museum “Caferama”.
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Guided tour: Traditional companies – the coffee roastery
The coffee roastery: coffee from overseas – roasted in Baden.
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Visiting a micro coffee roastery and learn to roast coffee yourself
Gain insight into the world of coffee - In the micro roastery El Imposible Roasters, visitors can learn about green coffee, participate in the coffee roasting process, and taste different kinds of coffees in their various forms of preparation.
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JURAworld of Coffee
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Bertschi Café – the mysterious world of coffee
Look forward to an exciting and instructive group experience: why not go with your team or club to visit the coffee roasting plant and museum of Bertschi Café in Birsfelden, a company with a tradition dating back to 1932.
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Coffee Roastery La Semeuse
La Semeuse welcomes groups of visitors wishing to discover the fascinating world of coffee and its many secrets.
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