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The Specialty Coffee Book Victoria

Posted December 9, 2014 by Cafe Culture Mag

Smudge Publishing has just released their latest book, The Specialty Coffee Book Victoria. The storm that this book is brewing on social media is unbelievable, and the book has made its way throughout Australia and overseas as well. The Specialty Coffee Book Victoria is an informative insight into the world of coffee – a detailed […]

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A Good Brew

Posted July 31, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

The history of H.A. Bennett & Sons and tea and coffee in Australia. Written by Jillian Adams and Katherine Sheedy Bennetts is a well-known coffee importing business in Australia. Its origins date back to 1918, when Horace Bennett established H.A. Bennett Tea Coffee and Cocoa. From this he was to build a company that would […]

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Coffee Encounters – Adventures to Origin

Posted July 31, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

La Marzocco shared their opening night party with Smudge Publishing’s release of their new Coffee Encounters: Adventures to Origin, which follows leading Australian coffee roasters on a journey through the most exotic coffee farming regions within Latin America and Indonesia, sharing photos and stories of the farmers, pickers, importers, roasters, cafés and baristas who go […]

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Barista Techniques – Second Edition

Posted March 29, 2012 by Cafe Culture Mag

In 2003, Barista Techniques began its life as a set of training notes, which in 2005 evolved into the first edition of the book, Barista Techniques. As a result of its popularity and the demand for a comprehensive barista training resource, it was reprinted five times between 2005 and 2010. At the reprint stages, the […]

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Coffee Trails

Posted November 9, 2011 by Cafe Culture Mag

Toby Smith, founder and director of Toby’s Estate, has spent more than a decade in search of the world’s best coffee and has decided to spill the beans on all of his amazing travels. What started as a lifelong dream to visit Ethiopia, the home of coffee, led Toby Smith and photographer Garrett Robinson to […]

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Great Chefs of Australia

Posted November 9, 2011 by Cafe Culture Mag

Chef James Mussak’s third book, Great Chefs of Australia – Cooking with Love and Passion, proudly showcases 150 of Australia’s best chefs and cooks, along with many equally important gastronomic suppliers. The book is a great source of culinary reference material and a guide for those seeking special items to cook their ‘masterpiece’. Available through […]

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Eamon’s Kitchen

Posted November 9, 2011 by Cafe Culture Mag

Eamon Sullivan’s day job is swimming for Australia – he’s in training for the London Olympics. He has recently opened a café in Perth with good friend Laki Baker called Louis Baxters and published his first cookbook, Eamon’s Kitchen – a collection of 100 recipes that Eamon loves to cook and eat, some old favourites, […]

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The Butcher, The Baker, The Best Coffee Maker

Posted November 9, 2011 by Cafe Culture Mag

The ultimate guide to food in Melbourne and its suburbs. Whether you want to know where to go to sample the most authentic gelati, to source a Middle Eastern ingredient for your dinner party, to stock your freezer for busy weeknights, to take the in-laws for dinner or simply to have a coffee, you’ll find […]

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ShortBlk

Posted September 8, 2011 by Cafe Culture Mag

ShortBlk is a fresh, new look at the Cafe Industry for the consumer. In short it is 20000 copies of quality cafe fodder distributed direct to cafes Australia Wide, FREE. Find it and read it at your favourite cafe or take it away for later. ShortBlk is an experiment in design and minimalism, with less […]

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Drawing Italy

Posted September 8, 2011 by Cafe Culture Mag

As one of Australia’s leading architects, David Holm is passionate about drawing, the built environment and Italy. These three passions are brought together in Drawing Italy, a beautiful and intelligent guide book to the architecture of Italy. In Drawing Italy, David guides us through Etruscan, Roman, Byzantine, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassicism, through to Fascist, […]

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Barista Coffee

Posted September 8, 2011 by Cafe Culture Mag

Ever wondered how the professional barista can make all those great designs on the top of your coffee? Well, here is your opportunity to learn and become your family’s own barista. Work with Mitch Faulkner, one of Australia’s coffee champions, who provides step by step instructions to assist you in becoming an effective barista. You […]

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