Glass, as a material has been with man since the advent of both oral and recorded history. On May 18, 2021, The United Nations declared the year 2022 as the International Year of Glass (IYOG).
Glass is a resource efficient material. It is a sustainable, fully recyclable material, which can be recycled in close loop over and over again. It may define the truly circular product!
The future of glass could translate in unlimited opportunities.
‘A TASTE FROM GLASS’
A Taste from Glass is the first of its kind in celebration of any United Nations theme in Nigeria scheduledto take place in December 2022 in Lagos, Nigeria. ‘ A Tas te f rom Gl a s s ’ is a Food and Drinksevent organized in conjunction with Kaldi Africa, 1, Adeyemi Bero Crescent, Ilupeju Industrial Estate,Anthony-Oshodi Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria.
A B O U T T H E B R A N D
Kaldi coffee is an independently owned specialty coffee roastery and coffee bar dedicated to sharing thebest African arabica coffee, tea and cocoa.At Kaldi, the recipe for the very best cup of coffee could not be simpler: small lots of coffee beans,roasted in small batches, and served fresh. Kaldi micro roasts and taste each batch to assure you havethe best possible African coffee experience.
Kaldi celebrates coffee as the fresh, seasonal fruit it is, so we only sell it at the peak of flavor andfreshness. Thus, their selection of coffees will grow and change as they find other spectacular coffeebeans to share from across the continent.At Kaldi Africa they are passionate about what they do as they celebrate their African heritage throughtheir unique products.
Limited spaces are available.
Your seat at the table is free, but the food is NOT!
To confirm your seat kindly send an email to
Kindly state the month you would like to attend followed by ‘ A Taste from Glass”