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Cafe Biz

May 29, 2015

Trinity ONE success at Cafe Biz Expo

It was amazing to exhibit at the Café Biz Expo 2015 held in Brisbane last weekend – a fantastic event with strong local and broader industry representation.  
My Trinity ONE prototype was put to the test with over 200 samples being served up over the two days. Of the many highlights, it was certainly an honour to be able to serve a brew to the World Barista Champion 2015, Sasa Sestic!

It was also a privilege to meet with many talented roasters, baristas, retailers and judges who stopped by to try a sample. The weighted press cylinder that features on the Trinity ONE certainly offers a new level of consistency and reliability for brewing specialty coffee, and this feature in particular gained a lot of interest.

Overall, I am overwhelmed with the unanimous positive response received, and I left Café Biz feeling much more confident in my product and the potential of Trinity ONE to find its way into cafes, brew bars, homes and beyond!

The Trinity ONE will be relaunched on Kickstarter next Tuesday 2nd of June 2015 (6:30am AEST). You will be able to click through to the live campaign directly at www.trinitycoffee.co/kickstarter. Please check it out and spread the word!

Thanks a lot to Café Biz and Café Culture for the opportunity to showcase the Trinity ONE to the industry. I am looking forward to plenty more exhibiting and demonstrations in the near future!

Mark Folker
Founder and Director
Trinity Coffee Company Pty Ltd
m 0413 934 245
e  mark@trinitycoffee.com
w trinitycoffee.com





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