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Seven Miles Coffee Roasters The Cat’s Pyjamas

Rich, luxurious, and surprising, The Cat’s Pyjamas from Seven Miles Coffee Roasters is made for espresso – on its own or with milk.  Two blends are available, including the original Cat’s Pyjamas blend called Mice Will Play, which is exclusive to and roasted in Brisbane, and the other, a new blend roasted at Seven Miles’ Manly Vale Roastery, and available throughout Australia.
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Seven Miles celebrates 50th anniversary with roastery tour

On 20 October, Seven Miles Coffee Roasters will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a tour of its Manly Vale roastery. From 9am to 12pm, Seven Miles will open its doors to locals, giving them a look at what goes into creating its coffee. The half-hourly behind-the-scenes tours will feature coffee tastings of different blends and styles of coffee.
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Seven Miles to host Generation Automation event

Seven Miles Coffee Roasters will host a Generation Automation event on Tuesday 21 August at its Manly Vale roastery.  At the free event, Seven Miles will ask participants: can an automatic machine really do the job of a skilled barista? The event will showcase the latest automated equipment from brands including La Marzocco, Eversys, Sanremo and more. Guests will learn about the future of equipment automation from Seven Miles’ Coffee Science and Education team, and have the chance to play with some leading coffee equipment.
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Seven Miles Coffee Roasters digs deep

For the past 50 years, Seven Miles’ Coffee has shared its roasting expertise with hundreds of Australian cafés and thousands of coffee consumers. Within that time, the popular roaster has undergone a name change (formerly Belaroma Coffee), rebranding, a refurbishment of its Manly Vale headquarters in New South Wales, and become a Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) certified barista training campus. But with an increasing thirst for knowledge, Seven Miles Coffee Roasters decided to launch a science and education centre to push the boundaries of coffee experimentation. Leading its Coffee Science and Education Centre (CSEC) is Dr Adam Carr, a chemical engineer who has forged a research career over the past eight years, working at Cornell University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Aerodyne Research.
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