“The goal is to create cash flow so we can keep doing good things. We are proud of what we’ve achieved, but we want to go bigger and lift more people.”
Off the back of the rising consumption of black coffee and in a move to slash waiting times, Sydney-based roaster Single O has installed a self-serve batch tap prototype at their newly renovated Surry Hills flagship café.
Late last week, Amethyst Coffee owner and founder of Cherry Roast Elle Jensen made an announcement that the inclusive coffee platform and competition was coming to an end. Fresh Cup spoke to Jensen about her decision.
Starting off as a grassroots movement in the U.S., the current wave of coffee activism has become a global movement binding the industry together.
Australia’s only coffee-dedicated trade show, the Melbourne International Coffee Expo (MICE), brought more than 140 local and international exhibitors together to network, educate, and celebrate.
As the global demand for specialty coffee continues to grow, coffee farmers in Australia aim to compete with heavy-hitting coffee-producing countries—even amidst challenges.
56 competitors from countries including Croatia, Japan, Spain, Qatar, and Turkey competed in a series of coffee brewing rounds using the AeroPress.
Gearing up for the World AeroPress Championships
The industry of coffee may be on the brink of collapse due to increasing demand, coffee farmers facing regular droughts, and the destructive impact of diseases like leaf rust.
The Kore Directive is London’s newest non-profit organization directed at helping women in coffee.