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Todd Carmichael Relaxing w/an Espresso & a Paper by Thierry Stein

Todd Carmichael recently went to Paris, France to film an episode for the third season of Travel Channel‘s Dangerous Grounds. He brought along members of La Colombe’s brew crew as well as our lovely red H Van to serve up some ┬ácomplimentary espressos, made with our Nizza blend, and milk drinks to a surprised crowd of Parisians and tourists near the Louvre. Todd also swung by the much-lauded Spring to do a little cooking with its chef Daniel Rose. Also joining them was French restauranteur, Michelin-starred chef, and La Colombe client Laurent Manrique. We have some beautiful behind-the-scenes photos of the trip that were taken by photographer, actor and comedian, Thierry Stein, who travelled around with Todd, while he was in Paris, to document his adventures. Jouir!

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Todd Carmichael, Daniel Rose & Laurent Manrique in Spring’s Kitchen by Thierry Stein
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Cooking Lesson From Chef Daniel Rose by Thierry Stein
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La Colombe Oak Casket by Thierry Stein
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The H Van in Front of the Conseil d’Etat by Thierry Stein
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Laurent Manrique Joins Todd Carmichael & the H Van by Thierry Stein
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Laughs in Paris by Thierry Stein
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Tastings From the Chemex by Thierry Stein
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Patrick Libois (International Spy), Ben Contois & Ben Elmalek by Thierry Stein
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The Roaster by Thierry Stein
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Crowd & the H Van by Thierry Stein
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The H Van & Laurent Manrique by Thierry Stein

 

 

 

 

2 comments

  1. I just watched the show on Paris. I have a similar dream for Italy. Next time in Paris is July ’16. Is your H-Van located in one spot, traveling around Paris day-to-day or back in the U.S.? Can it be followed on social media for my visit to France later this year? Thanks!

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