Five Senses hosted one of its largest Curated Cupping events to date across Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth on 30 November.
The event, the last one of its kind for the year at Five Senses’ Training Academies, was themed on World Coffee Research’s (WCR) Sensory Lexicon 2.0, a global language for describing coffee flavour. Read more
St Ali has been announced as the hospitality partner for the Mercedes me concept store on the corner of King and Collins Streets, at the foot of the Rialto Towers.Launching early November 2017, the new space – one of just seven in the world – sees café culture meet Mercedes lifestyle.
This exciting partnership between Mercedes-Benz and St ALi will immerse visitors in the atmosphere of Mercedes-Benz, with world class coffee managed by St ALi head barista, Leon Holdsworth, and St ALi’s much loved menu, with some surprises. Read more
Ona Coffee’s Hugh Kelly has placed fifth in the 2017 World Barista Championship (WBC).
Hugh was the top-ranked barista leading into the Semi Finals after day one of heats, impressing the judges with his new take on milk texturing and use of dry ice to cool his espressos.
Hugh was selected as one of the top six baristas to compete in the Finals on 12 November, and the first to take to the stage in the final round, followed by the national barista champions of Hong Kong, the United States, Japan, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
Sydney’s inner-city suburb of Barangaroo has been identified as the place to be in 2017 with Campos Barangaroo taking out Best Retail Design and Noma Australia claming the title of Best Installation Design at the Eat Drink Design Awards on 14 November. Read more
For a small structure standing nine centimeters tall and typically holding eight ounces of liquid, the average paper coffee cup has done a great job of hitting news headlines for all the wrong reasons. Read more