Gaggia Caffe TV is a unique, new web-based TV channel. Our intention for the content of the channel is to share stories about people, charities, education, businesses, events, entertainment in local communities, and sometimes also a bit further afield ... We want to 'meet people from all walks of life' and talk to them about what they do and promote their events and businesses to our community.
We are developing a small production team to work with Gaggia to film and produce the channel's video content.
We are extremely excited and privileged to have launched the channel in October 2015.
We can publicise your company or charity by filming your activities and arranging interviews.
Let us know if you want us to arrange an interview with your organisation to be included in our
Gaggia Caffe TV schedule by filling in the form and submitting it to us for consideration.
Living up to our "tradizione in continua evoluzione" motto, the new Carezza Gaggia range combines our professional heritage with the latest technology, to delight you with a remarkable Italian espresso that the founder would have been proud of.
Today's Special Offer :
BLENDERS Continental Beans
Medium to Dark Blend
A blend of coffee sourced from Colombia, Ethiopia and Vietnam. Liquorice notes with citrus and dark chocolate finish, make this a coffee to savour.
GAGGIA ANIMA Deluxe
The Latest in Gaggia's Fully Automatic Bean to Cup machines. The Anima Deluxe allows you to draw milk straight from a carton of milk and dispense it into a cup, fully frothed.
The Hound of the Baskervilles
People love mysteries, fact or fiction.
Dartmoor is synonymous with the mysterious legend of a spooky hound from the depths of Hell itself thanks to one
of the most re-visited Conan Doyles Sherlock Holmes story, but where did the famous title come from ... Well join Toby &
the crew as they visit the locations & brave the elements which inspired the author & meet the living
relative of the muse which gave Conan Doyle the strange & wonderful title The Hound of the Baskervilles.
Todd Carmichael travels the globe, hunting for the highest-grade coffee in the world.
Why? Because nearly a billion people drink coffee each morning, making it the number 2 commodity
in the world, second only to oil. Todd focuses on the very best coffee out there --
beans so rare, they are sought after by the world's top chefs and restaurants.
Todd has to go to some of the most exotic, fascinating and dangerous places on earth to find it:
from the cities, villages and mountains of Haiti, Bolivia, Madagascar, Borneo, Cuba and Vietnam.
Buying the coffee beans direct from the farmers means Todd must encounter treacherous terrain,
danger and sometimes, even opposition from entrenched middlemen. There's an amazing story behind every
J S Bach's Coffee Cantata
Coffee Cantata, is a secular cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach.
He composed it probably between 1732 and 1735.
Although classified as a cantata, it is essentially a miniature comic opera.
In a satirical commentary, the cantata amusingly tells of an addiction to coffee.
LINDLEY BAKE OFF
The Gret Lindley Bake Off was held on the 18th of 19th of June 2016, at the Lindley Methodist Church and Community Centre, East Street Huddersfield.Be part of it. Gaggia Coffee will be served on Saturday for those who want a Coffee while they enjoy all the cakes.
Have you visited our shops? Gaggia Shops can be found in the Junction 32 Outlet Village and Freeport in Braintree. You can also see the full range of coffee machines at Gaggia Specialist Centres in Richmond, Tunbridge Wells. More are being established in different places.
BBC GOOD FOOD
Gaggia was exhibiting their newest range of Bean to Cup Automatic coffee machines at the BBC Good Food Show 2015
at the London Olympia Exhibition centre.
HOST MILAN 2015
Gaggia at Host Fair in Milan Gaggia Caffe TV Mobile was on location at the Host 2015 in Milan. Host is an important show in the
Hospitality Industry calendar. The fair is held every two years in Milan and this year it co-incided with the Expo in Milan.
ROAD TO DAMASCUS
Syrian mum-of-three Razan Alsous is hoping to become the next "big cheese".
Razan fled the war in her homeland two years ago and now runs a successful cheese-making factory in Linthwaite.
Razan, who comes from Damascus, started her Yorkshire Dama Cheese business with help from the West Yorkshire Enterprise Agency.
And on Friday, she was delighted when she took part in the BBC Food Show in London and won a World Cheese award, a bronze prize for her Yorkshire Halloumi.
The factory produces a range of Halloumi cheese made from Yorkshire milk, which is already being sold in shops across West Yorkshire.
Elland, West Yorkshire
Elland is a small town near Halifax and Huddersfield. Mentioned in the 1086 Domesday Book as Elant, Elland was a centre of wool production. The decline of the woollen industry had a significant effect on the town and many mills were demolished or converted to residences.
Elland retained continuity of tenure from before the Norman Conquest into the Middle Ages, as the Elland family were descended from Anglo-Saxon thegns. The Manor of Elland, with Greetland and Southowram formed an island of the Honour of Pontefract in the surrounding Manor of Wakefield (source: Wikipedia)
Joni Harms is a country and western song writer and singer. She lives on a ranch in Oregon with her family
that was homesteaded by her great, great grandfather in 1872, and has been an inspiration for many
of her songs. "I always want the songs I sing to be a good representation of who I am."
Joni is currently touring Ireland. Watch Joni's interview with Toby for Gaggia Caffe TV below or visit her website here!
Joni Harms "Cowboy Up" Video
Festival of Brass and Voices
The Festival of Brass and Voices was back at the Albert Hall on the 14th of November 2015,
to raise money for Cancer Research UK. The evening featured male voice and ladies choirs,
together with the Grimethorpe Colliery Band and The Cory Band.
To date the Festival of Brass and Voices events have raised almost half a million pounds for Cancer Research UK.