Sensory Lab’s Ben Morrow is the 2016 London Coffee Master’s champion.
Fresh from placing sixth in the World Latte Art Championship in Shanghai, China earlier this month, Ben competed in the London Coffee Festival’s second edition of the competition from 7 – 10 April at the Old Truman Brewery. Read more
Fine Food Queensland will take place at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from 10 – 12 April.
Fine Food Queensland is the regional trade food show with a focus on the foodservice, retail and hospitality industry of Queensland.
From sustainable packaging to baking secrets, event organisers say this year’s show promises to bring the best of the state’s producers and businesses to the forefront of the food and hospitality industry. Read more
A movie documenting Sasa Sestic’s 2015 World Barista Championship (WBC) win will make its world premiere in Australia on 18 May.
Titled, “The Coffee Man”, the film explores the world of specialty coffee and the lengths Sasa went to in pursuit of the world championship title in Seattle, United States.
The movie sees Sasa trekking across the globe from Ethiopia to Colombia to Seattle, searching for the best beans, smuggling milk into the US, and outclassing almost 52 competitors on the world competition stage. Read more
The inaugural international Tea Masters Cup to be held in Australia is set to showcase Australian talent in brewing and serving tea.
Initially launched in Moscow in 2013, Tea Masters Cup is an exciting new international competition for tea professionals. National championships have already been held in Russia, Belarus, Latvia, Ukraine, Turkey, Vietnam, South Korea, and soon Australia will be added to the list. Read more
Sensory Lab’s Ben Morrow and Grinders Coffee’s Shae Macnamara have both made the finals of their respective coffee championship events in Shanghai, China.
Ben will represent Australia in the Final Round of the World Latte Art Championship (WLAC) on 1 April, after passing the Art Bar round with his Hungry Hummingbird design, and then the preliminary round. Read more
Melissa Caia and Lucy Ward are the first recipients of the Australian Specialty Coffee Association’s (ASCA) Eleonora Genovese Coffee Women Awards.
In conjunction with the Genovese family, ASCA introduced the Eleonora Genovese Coffee Woman of the Year, and Rising Star Award, to honour the legacy of Eleonora and recognise the women following in her footsteps. Read more
On the morning of 17 March, Georgina Lumb went to work at Patio Coffee Roasters in Adelaide a Training Manager. That evening, she left Proud Mary Coffee Roasters in Melbourne as the Australian AeroPress Champion.
“How did this happen?” Georgina asked BeanScene post win. “This is crazy. I only get to see my sister in Scotland once every two years and now that I’m going to Dublin I’m so excited I’ll get to see her.” Read more