Save time and space on the coffee bar

Save time and space on the coffee bar

Workflow is important to any coffee bar running smoothly and the Puqpress automatic tamper has become a café staple thanks to its automatic tamping streamlining the process, saving time and space. The launch of under-grinder tampers made it even faster and easier, with the latest Puqpress M3 reaching new leave of precision and optimisation.
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Mahlkönig E80 Supreme

Mahlkönig E80 Supreme

Coffee shops and individual baristas need high-quality, reproducible, and accurate grinding results. Mahlkönig’s E80 Supreme is one of the fastest and most advanced premium espresso grinders of its class on the market.
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Café New Chapter

Café New Chapter

After competing in multiple National Barista Championships and working as a sales representative in the coffee industry, Long Nguyen developed an ambition to bridge the gap between specialty coffee and mainstream consumers. Out of this dream Café New Chapter was born in Wellington, New Zealand.
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Riverina Fresh Home Barista Challenge

Win a Linea Mini in Riverina Fresh Home Barista Challenge

Riverina Fresh has launched the Home Barista Challenge to see how people have been enjoying their coffee at home during isolation. All entries go in the running to win a La Marzocco Linea Mini or one of two Mahlkonig Grinders, courtesy of La Marzocco and AMC Roastery Supply respectfully.
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puqpress

The rise of Puqpress

Puqpress automates the coffee tamping process using advanced technology to solve a simple problem and take pressure off the barista. Jackup rigs are huge ships that weigh tens of thousands of tonnes. Once set up in the middle of the ocean, these behemoths raise themselves above sea level using long and sturdy stilts that shoot down to the ocean floor.
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maxie coffee

Maxie Coffee

The greater Kingston area has one of the fastest growing populations in Tasmania. Despite its growth, Sam Whang-Randall, Owner of Maxie Coffee, says until recently, the area’s specialty coffee scene was virtually non-existent.
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Calēre Coffee

Calēre Coffee

Taking its name from the Latin word for “to care” or “to be warm”, Calēre Coffee in Fitzroy aims to bring a sense of warmness and hospitality back to the coffee scene. “We are very lucky in Melbourne nowadays. Cafés are busy and many do a high volume of coffee, but this also means they don’t always have time to sit down with the customer and have a conversation with them about the coffee,” Owner Alicia Feng says.
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The Sensory

The Sensory

When Sydney barista Peter Jeon moved to Emerald in Queensland, he brought a love of specialty coffee with him, and wanted to share it with the local community. Peter opened The Sensory in November 2018, his second café in Emerald following the success of his first, Shelfield Coffee Brewers.  “Emerald is a mining town and many of the people moved here from big cities, so enough people wanted good coffee,” Peter says. “I thought a specialty coffee shop might work here, and opening my own café was a dream. I knew if I opened my own coffee shop, Campos Coffee would be my first choice.”
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Ashley Palmer-Watts

Ashley Palmer-Watts’s ambition

There are some magical coffee moments you never forget. For Dinner By Heston Blumenthal’s Chef Director Ashley Palmer-Watts, that moment was five years ago when he, two chefs, and a maître d’ climbed Africa’s highest mountain peak, Mount Kilimanjaro.
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