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Trending Cafes in Brisbane – past and present

Posted September 28, 2018 by Cafe Culture Mag

For decades, the Shingle Inn was the place to go for coffee. It was an ornate wood-panelled space with mouth-watering cake displays and cosy booths you’d slide into with a few friends. It opened in 1936 and I’ve fond memories of going there in the 80’s to eat a cupcake and drink a pot of […]

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A coffee journey – by Lucky Salvador

Posted September 27, 2018 by Cafe Culture Mag

My coffee journey began right after completing university in 2007. Coffee is something that II was not really a fan of, maybe because every time I heard the word ‘coffee’, straight away I thought of instant coffee – if not terribly bitter, it’s insanely sweet. Life was tough during college. Obtaining a coffee from a […]

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$16 for a cup of coffee – Sasa Sestic explains why “it’s totally worth it”

Posted September 20, 2018 by Cafe Culture Mag

Check out this article featured on news.com.au today, which has World Barista Champion, Sasa Sestic, explaining the reasoning behind serving coffee at $16 a cup. “THERE’S a new Sydney cafe selling its top tier coffees for $16. That’s about $80 if you buy a cup every work day, more than $4000 every year. On coffee. […]

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What is PR?

Posted September 18, 2018 by Cafe Culture Mag

Recently on an interstate trip I was reading Virgin’s inflight magazine and came across an interesting article on the benefits of public relations in our new business world. It inspired me to seek out its author – PR and Marketing expert – Adrian Falk, from Believe Advertising. I recently met up with Adrian at his […]

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Specialty Tea Shines in Melbourne Fine Food Expo

Posted September 13, 2018 by Cafe Culture Mag

Taking out the title of the nation’s best tea maker during the hotly contested Australian leg of the World Tea Brewers Cup (WTBC), Danny will now travel to Shanghai to compete in the China WTBC finals. The WTBC  – ran for two days. With tea experts from around the country vying for the right to […]

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Golden Bean Hall of Fame 2017- Fulvio Pagani of Rio Coffee

Posted February 7, 2018 by Cafe Culture Mag

The hall of fame is all about acknowledging people and businesses which have made a significant contribution to making our industry what it is today. This year accolades go to Fulvio Pagani of Rio Coffee who is such a deserved recipient having contributed to the industry for over 53 years. In 1955 Fulvio arrived in […]

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A Glamorous Di Bella Farewell

Posted January 10, 2018 by Cafe Culture Mag

Café Culture International had the pleasure to attend the farewell of Di Bella Coffee creators Phillip and Gianna Di Bella in Brisbane in November this year. The night was a magnificent display of emotions and gratitude combined, to thank all of the couples past acquaintances who joined them over the fifteen years of the Di […]

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An Aussie Barista in Lichfield – Deb’s Story

Posted October 17, 2017 by Cafe Culture Mag

We had both met when we were taking a break from life and were traveling through South Africa. After three weeks of traveling together and a visit to an even colder wetter London in February she had decided to come and try out living with me in the UK. Coming off the back of an […]

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Scott Browning

Posted May 4, 2017 by Cafe Culture Mag

Marketing Manager, MPM Marketing Services If you were to look in nearly every commercial kitchen or Cafe in Australia and New Zealand, you would be likely to find one of the food packaging products that are designed and marketed by Scott Browning, the marketing manager for MPM Marketing Services. You will more likely recognise the […]

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Women in Coffee – Karen Puryicky

Posted April 27, 2017 by Cafe Culture Mag

Born in Colombia, Karen Puryicky grew up in the beautiful coffee growing region not far from Bogota called Tolima. Inevitably loving coffee from an early age, it was only upon travelling to Australia to learn English that her true coffee journey began. Her appreciation of the complexity of this seemingly simple beverage grew significantly during […]

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