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Category 12 – Syphon

Posted August 23, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

Category 12 at the Natvia Golden Bean 2013 will be Syphon, using the Steampunk. Alpha Dominche have devised a whole new way of brewing coffee (and tea for that matter), using new technologies applied to the traditional filter method to achieve some fantastic results in flavour. Think Tank Coffee is proud to be the Australian […]

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Brazil Specialty Coffee Association to host Direct Trade Meetings at September conference

Posted August 15, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL – In a new initiative to develop direct trade relationships between buyers and sellers of Brazil’s specialty coffees, a cupping exchange at the 8th annual Espaço Café Brasil event in September will allow coffee buyers from around the world to taste a wide selection of available coffees while meeting in person with […]

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World Coffee Events Announces Special Feature Activity at HOST Milan 2013

Posted August 15, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

WBC ALL – STARS: World Coffee Events Announces Special Feature Activity at HOST Milan 2013 World Coffee Events (WCE) is proud to introduce a brand new feature activity – WBC All-Stars – to take place at the HOST Milan event in the Fieramilano from 18-22 October, 2013. HOST Milan is the international exhibition of the […]

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BRITA Vivreau Bottler – The Alternative To Pre-Bottled Water

Posted August 14, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

BRITA Vivreau Bottler and designer bottles are leading the way in providing an environmental alternative to pre-bottled water. The high performance BRITA Vivreau Icebank and Instant Sparkling technology allows you to dispense unlimited quantities of filtered, chilled still and sparkling water into exclusive, reusable designer bottles, eliminating regular deliveries of pre-bottled mineral waters  as well […]

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ScienceShot: A Shot of Coffee That Gets You Drunk

Posted August 9, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

Now you can get a new kind of buzz from coffee. Researchers have found a way to turn used coffee grounds into an alcoholic beverage. In recent years, the industry of distilled spirits has put out a call for new beverages with different flavors created from unusual raw materials. To answer this call, some scientists […]

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The latte lavatories: old toilet blocks facing a cafe makeover

Posted August 9, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

They are seedy and entirely unlovely, redolent of graffiti, urine and filth. But three vacant Sydney toilet blocks may soon be occupied under a plan to turn them into cafes. The City of Sydney has been fielding offers from cafe operators to take over decommissioned public toilets at Taylor Square, Belmore Park near Central Station, […]

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Legendary Sydney pie shop Harry’s Cafe de Wheels goes global

Posted August 9, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

IT’S the pie cart that became an Australian legend, and now it’s going global. Harry’s Cafe de Wheels, the iconic harbourside food stall which has been serving up its famous pies with peas since the 1930s, is to expand into Asia and the United States. In a reverse of the trend for foreign takeovers of […]

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Cafes and restaurants take over traditional retail outlets as industry continues to soften

Posted August 9, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

HIGH Street is turning into “Eat Street”, as the decline in bricks-and-mortar retailers leads to foodies replacing fashionistas at strips around Brisbane. A report by commercial property group Jones Lang LaSalle has found Brisbane is in for a gourmet makeover, with the tough business environment seeing eateries taking over from traditional retailers. Jones Lang LaSalle […]

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New Yorkers finally warm to the humble Aussie flat white

Posted August 9, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

COFFEE junkies can now order an Australian flat white across New York without fear of facing a blank stare and prolonged withdrawal symptoms. From the Manhattan neighbourhoods of the East Village, TriBeCa, Chelsea, Midtown and Murray Hill and across the East River to Brooklyn’s Williamsburg, Prospect Park and Fort Greene, Australian-owned cafes are changing the […]

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Playfair Café takes out inaugural Aroma Cup

Posted August 9, 2013 by Cafe Culture Mag

Approximately 4,000 people voted for their favourite café in Sydney’s The Rocks throughout July; however it was Playfair Café that took out the inaugural Aroma Cup. Coming in at second place was Café Danieli, meanwhile The Fine Food Store was voted the heritage precinct’s third best coffee destination. The award is designed to recognise The […]

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