March 26, 2014


AN INSIDE LOOK AT TYPIKA’S NEW COFFEE ROASTERY and mega café was held in Claremont, WA.

The event bought together many of Perth’s leading café owners and baristas to enjoy an inside look at Typika’s new state of the art roasting facility, substantial and modern training facilities, all surrounded by Typika’s mega café. Guests were able to sample many of the items from Typika’s summer menu, prepared in their large and modern kitchen by Head Chef Carrie Kelly, Sous Chef Benny Suwarno and their chefs.
During the evening, cupping sessions were available with some of the finest coffees from around the world, including coffee from Campos in Sydney (Iron Man), Proud Mary in Melbourne, Flight Coffee in New Zealand, Tim Wendelboe in Norway, Sweet Shop from Square Mile Roasters in London, and a Kenyan Karogoto from Verve Coffee Roasters in California.
The highlight of the night was the Latte Art Throwdown competition hosted by Sean Edwards, who together with Stephen Kenyon of Typika and Laurence Greenfield of “The Daily” another of Perth’s leading coffee shops, formed the judging panel.
First prize of $500 cash together with a café review in Café Culture was won by Kaya McCarthy from The Australian Barista Academy in Perth, with second prize of a Sunbeam grinder being taken out by Ru Teteow from Small Print Baker & Roastery.
Come and visit Typika at 331 Stirling Hwy, Claremont WA.  T. (08) 9284 6088

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