The museum had several old grinders and roasters from the days when power came from a steam engine and belts.
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From Domaine Chateau Gaillard
Again, coffee art is aimed at adults.
Conversely, coffee ads are aimed at adults: Men who attract half-naked women use our percolators to make their coffee.
Current advertising emphasizes lifestyle over product (cool, gorgeous people wear our clothes, so you should to), and these old posters show children like yours who would enjoy a nice cup of Nestles or Menier Chocolate.
If you remember the old boxes (1950s) of Morton Salt, you'll recognize the style in these posters.
One of three views along the wall. The big sizes give details of these pre-World War II posters for brands of chocolate.
The artisans making pottery for sale at the shop.