Cocobei Docklands in Melbourne will celebrate its first anniversary, with a week of events this September, kicking off with a series of masterclasses with 2018 World Latte Art Champion Irvine Quek.
The four-hour classes, held from 23 to 25 September, will see Irvine share his techniques on how to perfect latte art and master the skills required for national and world competitions.
On 24 September, Irvine will be joined by Nicky Voon, 2019 Malaysian Latte Art Champion and eighth in the 2019 World Latte Art Championship (WLAC); Aster Hoang, 2019 Vietnamese Latte Art Champion and 10th in the 2019 WLAC; and Tai Chen, Head Trainer of 103 Coffee Roastery; for a Brunch with the Champions dine-in experience at Cocobei.
26 September will see the launch of Irvine’s Naty Jug milk pitchers, with a Cocobei Nasty Night Latte Art Throwdown. All competitors will receive a free Nasty Jug valued round $200, with cash prizes and trophies for the top three participants. This competition will be judged by Irvine, Nicky, and Aster.
All competitors will also receive free entry to the Cocobei Champion Night on 27 September, where Cocobei will host the first official cupping session of 103 Coffee Roastery in Australia. This cupping session will be led by Tai, and the Latte Art Champions will deliver presentations on their own journeys to the world stage.
From 28 to 29 September, Cocobei will host a series of Vietnamese latte art classes, led by Aster with Cocobei Head Barista Kien Leo, the 2019 Powerbrew Champion and third place in the 2019 Vietnamese Latte Art Championship.
For more information, visit www.cocobei.com