Trends we spotted | Week 7


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At Horecatrends we spot a lot of national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write articles about, the smaller trends we use in our column ‘Trends we spotted this week’. This week amongst others about the spoon that let your food taste better and Jack Daniels coffee.

Sushi festival in the Netherlands

The Sushi Festival comes back to the Netherlands and will be organized on 16 September 2017 in Rotterdam. The entire day will consist of sushi. During the event several workshops will be organized, you can get your sushi at different food trucks and you can enjoy an Asian party. Do you like sushi or Asian food? Than this festival is worth a visit.

Efteling augmented reality

Between 13 and 26 February 2017 we can save stamps at Albert Heijn in order to get discount for amusement park the Efteling. This year it’s possible for the customers to experience the Efteling in real-life via an augmented reality (AR) app. In each Efteling story a main character comes alive which tells his/her story. In total kids and Efteling fans can enjoy seven stories. The app is available for iOS and Android devices.

The spoon that let your food taste better

There’s a reason why we like to lick food off of our fingers. Some of our most delicious and memorable food experiences exist when we eat with our fingers. Do you not want to waste the leftovers on your plate or don’t you want to seem rude during dinners? Try the ‘Goûte’.  This spoon (that actually doesn’t look like a real spoon) is designed to enjoy the experience of licking fingers in an elegant way.

Jack Daniel’s coffee | the coffee that taste like whiskey

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey Coffee is a new beverage that is created with ‘World Of Coffee’ a specialty coffee roaster in New Jersey. The connection between whiskey and coffee is not unknown, we all know the Irish Coffee. Therefore it’s not so strange that a whiskey and coffee brand collaborated. The coffee consists of 100% Arabia beans and has caramel and vanilla notes, the same notes that characterize Jack Daniel’s No. 7.

A unique latté with turmeric taste

Turmeric is a spice that often is used in curry dishes or as home remedy for various ailments. At the Nutbar cafés these ingredient is also used in coffee. The turmeric latte is the most unique item on the menu. The beverage consists of black pepper, turmeric, cinnamon, vanilla, nutbar nutmilk and honey. This tasty spiced latte is ideal for people who enjoy experimenting with different types of coffee and will energize the drinkers and boost their immune system. In the past we already wrote about super lattes.

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