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September 20, 2018

$16 for a cup of coffee – Sasa Sestic explains why “it’s totally worth it”

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. Yep, Australia’s coffee obsession is about to send us broke.”

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