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December 4, 2013

Brunetti’s New Ingredient Alignment

Two of Australia’s most loved food and beverage companies have announced an exciting new venture that will see delicious world-class pastries partnered alongside some of the best coffee in Australia. Iconic specialty coffee company Di Bella Coffee will supply specially crafted, sustainable, high quality coffee to well-known Australian pastry legend Brunetti Café.
As part of a redevelopment venture, Victorian-based café Brunetti has had unique coffee blends exclusively designed by Phillip Di Bella and roasted by Di Bella Coffee to match their premier pastries. The bold and well-crafted Nero blend is ideal for the true espresso purist, while Latte has been expertly crafted to suit the Australian preference for milk-based coffee. These delicious coffee blends have been crafted using some of the highest quality green beans available from around the world, with roasting profiles expertly formed to meet the evolving needs of the Brunetti group and preferences of their customers.
Yuri Angele, co-owner of Brunetti, is excited about mutual benefits that will result from this business venture. In particular, he noted the added value that the partnership will bring to the customer experience.
“The coffee experience is an incredibly important part of our business and it’s essential that we have the right ingredients to create a consistently great coffee for all our customers.”
Fabio Angele, the second half of Brunetti brand said, “In 1996 we won an award for the best coffee, but since then the coffee industry has grown a lot; there’s more competition and consumers are more educated about the quality of beans. The move with Phillip Di Bella is about evolving and keeping up with what’s happening in the marketplace.”
The two outstanding companies share many similarities that showcase the perfect alignment of both brands, including their history and shared dedication to quality and customer service excellence.
From humble beginnings on Faraday Street in 1991, the Angelé family have built and transformed Brunetti Café into an authentic and memorable Pasticceria experience. Brunetti brings authentic European style cakes, sweets and desserts to the tastebuds of consumers in Carlton, Camberwell, central Melbourne and overseas in Singapore and Dubai.
Established as a start-up coffee roaster in 2002, Di Bella Coffee was founded by entrepreneur Phillip Di Bella with the vision to provide the ultimate coffee experience to its customers. The company is now recognised as a company of choice in retail and wholesale markets both online and in a number of major cafés and restaurants in Australia, New Zealand, India and China.
Di Bella Coffee Managing Director Phillip Di Bella said he too was looking forward to working with Brunetti and aligning with a business with a shared passion for quality and dedication to customer service.
“We are dedicated to delivering the ultimate coffee experience, and we are excited to work with a business that shares the same commitment to quality and customer service as we do.”





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