Cocobei World Latte Art Champion

Cocobei Docklands to host former World Latte Art Champion

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.
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Slayer Steam LP Melbourne

Slayer to host Steam LP launch party in Melbourne

Slayer Espresso will celebrate the Melbourne launch of its latest model, the Steam LP, with a party at Cocobei Docklands on 29 August at 6pm. “The Steam LP is unmatched in innovation yet simple to operate – it really does Make Coffee Better, easily,” says Ross Quail, Asia-Pacific Manager for Slayer Espresso.
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Breezey Masters Melbourne

Victor Vu of Cocobei wins 2019 Breezey Masters Melbourne

Victor Vu of Cocobei Docklands has won the 2019 Melbourne Breezey Masters, held at Locale Espresso in Abbotsford on 4 June. Jodie Chan of Baba Sus placed second, Kien Leoo of Cocobei placed third, and Junnie Huang of Chicken or the Egg placed fourth in the Almond Breeze latte art competition.
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Eat Drink Design Awards

Eat Drink Design Awards announces 2018 shortlist

The 2018 Eat Drink Design Awards shortlist has been announced. The shortlisted projects represent the most sought-after cafés, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, food stores and temporary hospitality spaces that opened to the public in the past two years. “This year, there is a consensus among the jury that Australasian hospitality design is some of the best in the world, if not the best. Other countries are certainly looking to what Australia is doing in hospitality design and this shortlist is evidence of how dynamic and progressive Australia and New Zealand designers are,” says Cassie Hansen, Eat Drink Design Awards Jury Chairperson.
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