Industry Beans Lt Collins 

Look who’s moved into Melbourne CBD! Industry Beans launched their brand new concept cafe in Little Collins Street yesterday. Officially named Industry Beans Lt. Collins, this fresh space is the next phase for the award winning roasters. It’s been carefully designed to allow for orderly flow from point of sale to coffee collection, with adequate […]

Market Lane South Melbourne

Fleur Studd has done it again. This time,  shes opened a fresh space just opposite the South Melbourne Market.  You have most likely been to one of Market Lane’s other five stores around Melbourne- Prahran Market, Queen Victoria Market, Faraday Street, Therry Street, or Collins Street in the CBD. Designed by Sarah Trotter of Hearth, […]

Clark St Coffee Public Coffee Bar

Allow me to introduce you to Clark St Coffee’s Public Coffee Bar.   Clark St launched this space last week, and its here they will showcase their coffee, and dedication to sustainability and quality.  As a coffee enthusiast, I appreciate the ability to visit a roasters headquarters, and meet with the people who work behind the […]

No. 84 

Being charming requires charisma and time, and Agi Nolan of ‘No.84’ has been rather busy for the past few years at this sparkling jewel in the Albert Park crown. Her fetching smile is the first thing to greet you upon entry, followed by entering into an alluring space, decorated with an array of hanging greenery, […]

Pieces of the puzzle

Putting the pieces of the puzzle together gives insight to my inherent affinity for farmers. I’m often asked why I love coffee so much, in particular the farmers whom I idolise. I wasn’t raised on a coffee farm, nor have I travelled to countries within the coffee belt. This hasn’t hindered my lifelong interest in the […]

Percy’s Aeroplane

At the heart of Percy’s Aeroplane is a bright yellow La Marzocco Linea PB; and much like a pilot- head barista/owner Alex Jiang is the soul of this Kew café. Originally opened by Wes Lim, Percy’s Aeroplane was named after a World War 2 pilot who lived in Kew. A vintage model plane hangs above […]

Fordham’s Milk Bar

I remember a time when there was a milk bar on every other corner, and I was quite literally like a kid in a candy store every time I visited one. Times have changed, and milk bars are a rarity now with the influx of 24 hour convenience stores and service stations. However, I still […]