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Cafés Richard

Cafés Richard

Cafés Richard, entrenched in Parisian café culture, echoes in iconic films like ‘Amélie.’ For 50+ years, its red-bordered cups, distinct sugar, and logo symbolize authenticity, partnering with diverse establishments and embodying the essence that has inspired intellectuals and artists.




What is it?

Cafés Richard is a traditional French coffee roaster. Founded in 1892 and originally known as Maison Richard, it has remained a family business throughout the years and enjoyed much success in France’s hotel, restaurant and café market. The brand prides itself in blending before roasting, which ensures a uniform and balanced final product. They exclusively distribute premium capsules with their own machine, which is ideal for small consumption. These capsules are guaranteed aluminium-free and contain the finest coffees from around the world. By following a new tradition of French-style espresso making, Cafés Richard creates a memorable tasting experience.

Why we love it?

Cafés Richard has a special place in our hearts for several reasons. Firstly, it’s renowned for its commitment to quality—using premium, carefully selected beans that undergo expert roasting to craft exceptional coffee blends. The diverse range of flavors and aromas caters to various tastes, ensuring there’s something for every coffee enthusiast. Additionally, the company’s dedication to sustainability, from sourcing practices to eco-friendly packaging, aligns with our values, making each cup of coffee not just delicious but also ethically conscious

So Chic Tip

Our tip would be for you to inquire about these special blends or seasonal varieties that could add an element of discovery and exclusivity to your coffee experience, making each visit a delightful exploration of unique flavors and aromas.

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