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Kenny Corbin

Posted August 2, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

It was nearly 14 years ago when I first met Ken whilst I was doing some work with Mocopan Coffee as a trainer. This fun loving character made me laugh within seconds of meeting him, and he still has the same humorous nature where he is today in his latest role at Mocopan as a […]

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2 scared faces amongst 200 smiles

Posted July 31, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

It’s a cold, wintry Monday in Melbourne and it’s time to shut down, rug up and head home. So why is there such a large chuffed-looking crowd standing expectantly under the clock at Melbourne Central? Commuters, rushing to the station, skid to a halt to ask what’s going on. Some try to slip behind the security […]

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General Interest

Coffee & Cafe trends in Asia

Posted July 31, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

In the past 6 to 8 years the number of cafés sprouting and opening in countries across Asia, namely in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam have grown tremendously. Back in 2005/6, the only decent cafés serving espresso-based beverages were always serving Italian brand coffee such as Illy, or Lavazza. Today, we are seeing independent cafés […]

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Aussies judging the world’s

Posted July 31, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

We have just had the 2013 World Latte Art Championships in Nice, France, and the organisation chose industry experts from countries all over the world to be the judges critiquing these world class baristas. Lance Brown from Lion Dairy and Brent Williams From DaVinci Gourmet Beverages were Australia’s chosen judges. Both these gentleman have been […]

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Where Artisan Craftsman meets Crafty Science

Posted July 31, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

In 1991, this small boutique roastery opened the front doors of a Sydney terrace to expose a 4 kg air roaster and a three group espresso machine. JoAnne and Dan Fitzsimmons quickly developed a Sydney University following that saw the footpath frequently blocked with coffee drinkers sitting on upturned milk crates. 22 years later, they […]

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