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Retro coffee – was it really that bad?

For many a coffee drinker only recently discovering the wonders of the liquid gold, the image of a cappuccino stacked with a mountainous peak of frothed milk is all but a tale mentioned in conversation amongst seasoned baristas and aficionados. However, the select few that have been around long enough to experience such wonders have […]

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Pros & Cons of social media for business

Pros of social media When used effectively, social media can have all the benefits of word of mouth, just on a larger scale! It can also help you reach a high number of potential customers. Potential advantages of social media can include: reduced marketing costs increased sales increased traffic to your website improved ranking on […]

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Cafe Milk Satisfaction Survey

Did you know that 97% of all coffee served is milk based espresso*? With that in mind, we invite cafe owners to answer some critical questions around Full Cream Milk pricing, service, availability and customer perception of the product. Cafe Culture International is conducting an independent customer survey on ‘which is the best full cream […]

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The Journey of a Coffee Drinker

By Kevin Chilvers I first met Cafe Culture Magazine Publisher Sean Edwards at Toby’s Estate, Chippendale. I was a relative newby to the cafe industry and ordered a cappuccino – Sean ordered a piccolo latte – I’d never heard of a piccolo latte at the time. It sounded a little bit special. I don’t think […]

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The Cook and the Baker

The Cook and Baker is a breath of fresh air on the food scene in Sydney, with their delicious array of home baking. The Cook and Baker swung open its doors almost 12 months ago to a very happy crowd on Oxford Street, Bondi Junc...
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Celebrity Chefs at Cafe Biz

Cafe Biz attendees were treated to a number of cafe food Masterclasses with celebrity chefs Matt Kemp and Jared Ingersoll. The demonstrations showcased creative yet simple beef and lamb dishes suited to the café market utilizi...
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The S1, Vertical Gravity fed roasted coffee destoner

The aim of the S1 is to separate foreign heavy materials encountered in roasted coffee seeds. It combines the use of gravity, air propulsion and a vertical venturi by way of a cylindrical duct, with a distinct silhouette resemb...
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Changing the way cafes order coffee cups!

From Local Supplier to Online – changing the way cafes order coffee cups! For years cafes have relied on their local packaging supplier to order all their coffee cups and accessory needs. With the ever increasing pressure...
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Happy Golden Bean Day

As the day began, coffee entries for the Compak Golden Bean Coffee Roasters Competition and Conference have now closed, and the first coffee judging session was under way!  Port Macquarie has put on some marvelous weather for ...
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Coffee Chemistry

Welcome back. In Part I of this series, we discussed some of coffee’s chemical makeup and its role in developing coffee’s flavour. This time, we’ll briefly discuss a few key components and take a brief journey to explore ...
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Reg Barber Enterprises

e. reg@coffeetamper.com w. www.coffeetamper.com f. www.facebook.com/RegBarberEnterprisesInc Over 20 years ago, Reg Barber was inspired to create a better coffee tamper after using a flimsy, plastic tamper. Today, he is known as...
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5 ways to make your social media sizzle

Garnering attention and creating buzz online No doubt you’re all familiar with the “You Never Lamb Alone” campaign released annually in the lead up to Australia Day. The videos commissioned by Meat & Livestock Austra...
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