The Kuysen kitchen with Poggenpohl and Kuppersbusch

Kuysen recently held a mouth-watering dining experience with chef Josh Boutwood featuring a cooking demo showcasing Poggenpohl and Kuppersbusch at the Kuysen Design + Experience Center 2 on Jupiter St., Bel-Air, Makati.

The five dishes on the menu were matched with five beers such as chef Boutwood’s devilled egg with GB Hefeweizen; smoked salmon with Fuller’s Honeydew.

Poggenpohl is a luxury German brand for kitchen cabinets. It is the oldest and best-known kitchen since 1892. It has a non-conformist design, making it the trendsetter in the industry. Its passion in the crafts always aims for detailed perfection.

Kuppersbusch is a pioneer in cooking technology, founded in Germany in 1875. Being in the industry for more than 140 years, its products boast superior craftsmanship, top-quality materials and longevity. Their designs are timeless and offer maximum flexibility to cater to individualistic preferences. What further sets it apart is the importance of healthy living and how they translate it to their products.Both brands stand for their heritage, German-origin, luxuriousness and unsurpassed quality.

The event was attended by interior designers, architects, media and personalities.

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