The Hunu pocket rocket

Coffee Tools Distributing has launched a collapsible reusable cup that ticks all the boxes for a sustainable and practical product that can be taken anywhere on-the-go.
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MICE2021

MICE returns in 2021

The 2021 Melbourne International Coffee Expo (MICE2021) will return to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 9 to 11 September.
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Andre Eiermann Australia

Andre Eiermann moves to Australia

Andre Eiermann’s love of coffee has taken him all around the world. Now the former Swiss Barista Champion is set to call Australia home. For the past few years, 2017 Swiss Barista Champion Andre Eiermann has barely kept his feet on the ground. In his role as a brand ambassador for the Simonelli Group, the Swiss national has travelled from Europe to the United States, Asia, and, for the first time in February 2019, Australia.
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Roasters Alley

Welcome to Roasters Alley

The 2020 Melbourne International Coffee Expo will see some of the country’s boldest coffee roasters display what puts Australia on the map. One of the most famous fictitious alleyways in the world comes from the pages of Harry Potter. On his first trip to Diagon Alley, Harry is amazed by the magical stores littering the concealed street, selling everything from wands and broomsticks to pet owls and textbooks.
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MICE2020 party

MICE2020: Party time

Make the best purchase of the year and book your tickets to MICE2020 to secure your position at the hottest coffee event, and parties, in town. Ten years ago, hoards of footy fanatics would line up at the crack of dawn, some camped overnight, in order to gain first pick of AFL finals tickets as the clock struck 9am in a first come, first served basis. Some may recall gathering at university libraries minutes before tickets to top music festivals were released. Students would click refresh on repeat with the lucky few proudly boasting their win. On 1 August, coffee fans felt the same rush of adrenaline when tickets to the Melbourne International Coffee Expo (MICE) 2020 went live. 
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MICE2020 opens EOI for extended floorspace

Melbourne International Coffee Expo (MICE) 2020 organisers have announced they are in discussions with the venue to secure additional space. “MICE2020 is shaping up to be the expo’s best year yet. We have seen increased interest from companies – both local and international – who want to present what they can offer to the Australian community,” MICE Show Director Lauren Winterbottom says. “MICE2019 saw a new venue, more exhibitors, and higher attendance than any previous year. We can’t wait for MICE2020 to be even bigger.”
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