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Breville lets you paint your kitchen adventures with colorful inspiration

Breville Philippines is gearing up yet again for an exciting event for food lovers and kitchen enthusiasts with a colorful twist. Get to know the premium home lifestyle’s newest kitchen must-have and get inspired by a number of personalities and special guests during the the upcoming second installment of the Bravo Breville series this year featuring the launch of another new master in kitchen then again, which will be streamed on July 24, 2021, at 3 PM at the brand’s official Facebook page.

 

Revolving around the theme of “Celebrate Your Colors,” the event will put the focus on a new set of handpicked personalities who will add to the Breville Bunch. These are admirable individuals from different industries who share a common love for quality and delicious homemade food. Each guest will share their favorite recipes and kitchen favorites, all done using Breville’s newest innovation that is sure to change the way you create and enjoy healthy food. 

 

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Breville lets you paint your kitchen adventures with colorful inspiration

 

Leading the pack is Chef Araos-Wijangco, the brains, executive chef, and owner behind Gourmet Gypsy Art Cafe and co-founder of the Open Hand School for Applied Arts. True to its event theme, Chef Waya will be joined by other distinct names coming from the fields of theater, film, fashion, music, and social media like Lissa Romero de Guia who has led the stage in international musical shows like RENT and Miss Saigon and Stella Cañete Balucas Mendoza, a food entrepreneur who also featured in musicals like Dekada 70 and The Kundiman Party.

 

Representing the film industry is director and actor Marlon Rivera who is best known for the movie “Ang Babae sa Septic Tank. Completing the bunch are singer and songwriter Zsaris and Margo Flores who runs the Coffee Home Brewers Facebook Community

 

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Breville lets you paint your kitchen adventures with colorful inspiration

 

The Breville Bunch, with their different “colors” and expertise, will join together to create an exciting event that blends their diversity and uniqueness to inspire everyone to celebrate their individuality and fresh ideas. Just like Breville’s newest product which centers on Power, Versatility, and Uniqueness, the joining of these personalities once again communicates one of the brand’s main missions which is to continuously inspire the market to explore their creativity in the kitchen by pushing their limits and by using trusty kitchen partners. 

 

Everyone can expect to get a wealth of inspiration from the guests who will be divided into different color teams according to the type of recipe they will be sharing. The event will also be simultaneously streamed live from Baguio. 

 

Breville’s newest campaign couldn’t have come at a perfect time now that society is starting to open up again after the peak of the pandemic. Even with the welcome changes, however, people are left with a special connection with their kitchen and with an increased interest in healthy food made by their own hands, something which Breville always aims to meet with their product innovations. The event will serve as a reminder that with the right blend of inspiration and personality, we can always add a splash of color into our meals—and our lives.

 

Breville Philippines
Breville lets you paint your kitchen adventures with colorful inspiration

 

Don’t miss the live event which will be streamed on Breville’s official Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/brevillephilippines). You can also follow the brand’s Instagram page (https://www.instagram.com/breville_phils/) to keep updated on other news or visit their website (https://www.breville.com.ph/) for more information about their products. 

 

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