Cafe Biz

April 30, 2015

COMPAK #GRINDERARMY Out in force at Cafe Biz

We’re sure you have heard about them… well here’s your chance to get up close and personal and see these beauties in action.

It’s not just talk… these grinders are precise, quick and have been designed to demand attention on your coffee counter… Baristas love them and the results speak for themselves. At Café Biz Expo Brisbane the #GrinderArmy will be out in force with over 20 Compak Grinders being utilised across all event activities including competitions.


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As the Official grinder sponsor of The World’s Richest Barista Competition COMPAK COFFEE GRINDERS are going to be put into action at Café Biz and they have been chosen for their precision control of the grinding and dosing functions. The event will have two working stations where teams compete grinder to grinder over two days working with a real café menu. This will showcase the capability of the Compak range working in extreme and busy speed scenarios.

In Addition to the WRBC, COMPAK GRINDERS AUSTRALIA are supplying retail shop grinders and a range of dosing grinders for espresso systems at the Café Biz Expo. Feature areas where Compak Grinders will be utilised include #BreezeySmackdown, Café Biz Training Hub, Devondale Milk Bar and the Golden Bean Roasters Cup.

BIG NEWS – ALL Compak Grinders that will be on display and utilitised in the various event activities will be available for SALE! Look out for Dean and Emma Slade during the Café Biz Expo – they will be happy to answer any of your questions or give you a demonstration.

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