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Good luck to our Aussies at the Brazil World Coffee Championships!

Posted November 9, 2018 by Cafe Culture Mag

Congratulations and good wishes are in order for our Aussies participating in events at the 2018 Brazil World Coffee Championships. “Never before have I seen so many Australian competitors dominating at this level in the world event.” – David Parnham The 2018 Brazil World Coffee Championships will see more than ninety competitors take to the […]

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First in the world to install the Nexus One coffee machine

Posted November 2, 2018 by Cafe Culture Mag

MEDIA RELEASE Extraction Artisan Coffee in Logan City, Queensland, has become the first café in the world to install a cutting edge new Nexus One coffee machine, which revolutionise the coffee experience for barista and consumer. Since opening its roller door in April 2016, Extraction Artisan Coffee has developed a reputation for providing quality in […]

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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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