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Cows and Coffee

Posted April 30, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

This story goes back to the mid 1990s. I approached long time friend Grant Tulloch for a cartoon to promote my café, aptly called the Udder Cow, located in Comboyne, a small village surrounded by farms and Friesian cows. Tully, as he is also known, had long been sketching people in the Hunter Valley (near […]

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Sean Cunnington – Unox Australia

Posted April 27, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

In this business we always enjoy meeting all the passionate people in our industry. One person we have forged a great relationship with recently is Sean Cunnington from the oven and grill company called Unox Australia. Sean has supplied some great new equipment for our product launches this year, such as the Café Biz evening […]

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Spressatura

Posted April 26, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

MANFREDI CELEBRATES THE ESSENCE OF SPREZZATURA Australia’s godfather of Italian cuisine, Stefano Manfredi, and leading coffee roaster Wayne Archer have launched a new family of blends for Espresso di Manfredi. The chef and the coffee blender have reunited again to translate their ideas, following the launch of Classico in 2000. Now the duo have released […]

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Sweet Success

Posted April 26, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

280 Australians are diagnosed with Diabetes every day, with over 1,000,000 Australians already diagnosed to date. With the growth rate of this disease, it is estimated 3.3 million Australians will have type 2 Diabetes by 2031. In 2009, Natvia co-founder Samuel Tew began his journey to incite a worldwide health revolution to change the way […]

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The India Coffee Tour

Posted April 26, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

My Coffee My Barista It was another exciting opportunity to visit India just before Christmas, to fulfil my role as a coffee tour guide for the Equal My coffee My Barista Competition (MCMB). Equal had offered a trip to coffee origin for the winner of this popular competition. MCMB created great interest, and thousands of […]

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Life’s about to get very sweet in Waverley

Posted November 30, 2012 by Cafe Culture Mag

For quite some time now, Sydneysiders have been able to satisfy their sweet tooth with treats from Adriano’s Sydney stores – his two patisseries in Balmain and Manly, The Star at Pyrmont, and Café Rozelle. When deciding on the best location for his latest retail venture, pâtissier Adriano Zumbo decided it was time he reached […]

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Justin Gets Roasting

Posted November 30, 2012 by Cafe Culture Mag

It was at the Golden Bean 2011 when I was first approached about assisting with the first large scale installation for Proaster in Australia. Justin Metcalf was moving ahead with a new coffee roasting business venture with partners, as part of the company AESP. The roaster and plant setup was integral to the business getting […]

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Following the frog at dc Laundry

Posted November 29, 2012 by Cafe Culture Mag

‘dc’ are great supporters of Rainforest Alliance and are dedicated to helping give back to the industry in which they operate. Café Culture recently had the pleasure of attending yet another important industry event at the “dc” Laundry, Ducale Coffee’s newest coffee space in Kings Cross in Sydney. The night was part of creating awareness […]

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From the Streat Corner

Posted November 29, 2012 by Cafe Culture Mag

True stories are often the hardest to swallow. Before we talk about the great coffee and food at STREAT, let me tell you the story of young “Jimmy” – a graduate of STREAT’s hospitality training and life-skills program. Jimmy still feels overwhelmingly sad about the way his mother, father and step-father treated him from early childhood. […]

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Elixir Coffee

Posted August 19, 2012 by Cafe Culture Mag

Elixir Coffee is owned by brothers Jason and David Narciso. Before starting Elixir Coffee, they owned and operated a number of successful cafés in the Brisbane CBD. They have seen, heard and learned all about the coffee industry from the ages of 8 and 5.  Café Culture caught up with the boys to find out […]

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