Tia Maria to attempt world’s largest espresso martini record

On October 1, Tia Maria will attempt to create the world’s largest espresso martini as part of a Guinness World Record attempt to celebrate International Coffee Day. “The espresso martini is fast becoming the signature cocktail of Australia so where better to celebrate our commitment to making the world’s best, than overlooking the iconic Sydney Opera House,” Tia Maria Brand Ambassador Mark Hickey says. “As a coffee loving nation, craft cocktail culture is taking many of its cues from coffee culture and vice versa, so it’s no wonder drinkers are looking to what’s next as they demand new and exciting flavour profiles.”
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Taste the worst and best of Colombian coffee at Cofinet event

Cofinet will host a cupping of The Worst and the Best of Colombian Coffee in Melbourne on 20 September and Adelaide on 24 September. The educational events will touch base on the evolution of Colombian coffees and include tastings of the coffees from Colombia’s coffee growing regions.
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MICE 2019 tickets now on sale

Early bird tickets for the Melbourne International Coffee Expo (MICE) 2019 are now on sale. Save up to 50 per cent on the full ticket price. This exclusive offer is strictly limited, so get in quick to snap up this discounted offer.
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ST. ALi returns to MICE in 2019

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.”
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Let’s Talk Coffee announces Rwanda event for 2019

Let’s Talk Coffee (LTC) will host a regional event in Rwanda in June 2019. The event will focus on Rwanda’s rising specialty coffee sector and meeting the industry leaders powering its growth. LTC Rwanda will be Sustainable Harvest’s major event for 2019, taking place in between LTC’s biennial global events.
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