Mythos 2

Mythos 2 becomes reality

When Victoria Arduino’s Mythos One grinder first arrived in Australia in 2014, baristas were drawn to the machine’s Clima Pro technology, and its other features to improve dosage and espresso extraction. But Victoria Arduino felt it could do better, and after years of development, launched the Mythos 2 grinder in 2018. Michele Mastrocola, Senior Sales Area Manager Asia-Pacific at Victoria Arduino, says the company entered the development of the Mythos 2 with the intention to build on what the Mythos One was capable of.
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Veneziano Coffee Roasters Richmond

Before even stepping inside Veneziano Coffee Roasters’ new café, those familiar with the roasting headquarters would recognise significant changes: a six-metre floor-to-ceiling window carved into the walls, and the brand’s iconic wings symbol inviting passersby to step inside the huge River Street Richmond building and explore. From the moment you open the door, the café layout takes you on a journey. Upon entry, Veneziano’s roastery is in full view with workers operating the large Diedrich roaster. Continue walking and see the roasting and green coffee buying teams tasting new roasts in the cupping room. Look to the right, and an interactive micro-roastery delivers small batches of roasted coffee. Look overhead, and you’ll see Veneziano’s barista training studio. It’s at this point the large café space greets you straight ahead. 
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Colin Harmon launches Mythos 2 in Australia

Four-time Irish Barista Champion and 3fe Managing Director Colin Harmon helped launch Victoria Arduino’s Mythos 2 grinder to Australian audiences on 23 October. The Mythos 2 Gravimetric launch, host by Espresso Mechanics at Veneziano Richmond in Melbourne, saw Colin and Victoria Arduino representative Michele Mastrocola from Italy present the evolution of the new model and its significant differences from the Mythos One, first launched in 2013.
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