Coffee Celebrity Sightings: La Colombe’s Todd Carmichael on Location in Paris
Todd Carmichael with an espresso and a paper. Photo by Thierry Stein.
Ooh, you fancy, Todd Carmichael.
The co-founder of Philadelphia-based La Colombe, Carmichael was recently spotted in Paris on location for a filming of the Travel Channel’s “Dangerous Grounds.”
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French actor and comedian Thierry Stein captured Carmichael and others in the La Colombe crew setting up a pop-up outside The Louvre in Paris with the company’s red H truck, with an attached trailer carrying a drum roaster. The brew crew served up some complimentary espressos, Chemex-brewed coffees and milk-based drinks before Carmichael and Michelin-starred chef Laurent Manrique took in a little cooking demo from chef Daniel Rose at his Paris bistro Spring:
Cooking Lesson From Chef Daniel Rose by Thierry Stein
The Roaster by Thierry Stein
Crowd & the H Van by Thierry Stein
Todd Carmichael, Daniel Rose & Laurent Manrique in Spring’s Kitchen by Thierry Stein
The H Van & Laurent Manrique by Thierry Stein
Tastings From the Chemex by Thierry Stein
Laurent Manrique Joins Todd Carmichael & the H Van by Thierry Stein
La Colombe Oak Casket by Thierry Stein
Laughs in Paris by Thierry Stein
The H Van in Front of the Conseil d’Etat by Thierry Stein
Todd Carmichael Relaxing w/an Espresso and a Paper by Thierry Stein
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