DOTIKA is exclusive importer,distributor and wholesaler of Alois Dallmayr Coffee and Tea in Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Macedonia, Croatia and Albania.
Furthermore we import and distribute QuickMill Srl espresso machines, CAPITANI Srl Nespresso compatible coffeemachines and Quamar Srl for above mentioned countries. We also export organic, fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables from Serbia to EU countries.
Alois Dallmayr, or Dallmayr for short, is one of the largest delicatessens in Europe. It has a tradition going back more than 300 years and is one of the best-known German brands of coffee. Today, there are a number of different companies operating under this umbrella.
The company is still owned by the family and is run by Wolfgang Wille and Florian Randlkofer – the two general partners of the parent company Alois Dallmayr. The company is organised in various divisions:
Dallmayr Coffee, Vending & Office, Delicatessen, Eventcatering, Restaurant, Café-Bistro, Shipping and the Gift Service. The headquarters in Munich are an institution and attract around 2.8 million locals and visitors from across the world every year.Read more
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