The Melbourne International Coffee Expo (MICE) has announced that ST. ALi will make a comeback to the latest dedicated event in the Southern Hemisphere, as the event’s official Providore Sponsor.
“ST. ALi had a temporary reprieve from MICE while it focused on building strong foundations in its roastery facility, in our personel and at origin, and now we’re back to spread a message,” ST. ALi Founder Salvatore Malatesta says.
“We hope that we can improve the culinary landscape of convention centres by bringing a little bit of magic from the ST. ALi laneway to the show.”
With Head Chef Daniel Dobra at the helm of the ST. ALi kitchen, providing seasonal and delectable produce, Salvatore says visitors to MICE can expect a new food experience that pits the expo’s culinary offerings against the quality of coffees on display.
“Provenance will be important. Think Louisiana, think St John – it’ll be memorable,” Salvatore says.
With planning underway, ST. ALi will make a triumphant return by bringing the ST. ALi café experience to MICE, along with shuttle buses transporting guests from the expo to ST. ALi for a first-hand look at one of the city’s iconic café venues.