Australia, a country known only for Kangaroos and koala bears, has become one of the biggest consumers of coffee.
Australians have a real love for coffee, they have their favourite style, shop, barista and are now spreading their culture across the globe.Read more
According to Cosimo Libardo, who is now CEO of Toby’s Estate Coffee, the world’s best coffee is Australian! “It’s a totally unique marketRead more
‘In Australia, coffee isn’t fuel for work – it’s a way of life’. Milkman (2016).
While coffee may be a global commodity, and coffee shop cultures have emerged across the world, each country tends to have its own flavour of coffee shop culture, each with their own histories, influenced by the movement of people and commodities around the globe. A particularly interesting case is Australia, described as the world’s ‘coffee capital’ by Perfect Daily Grind, which has a well-established coffee shop culture where the independent coffee shop dominates the landscape. It has been argued that Australian coffee culture has now achieved an important status representing “time out” warmth, intimacy and sophistication, with baristas representing cultural icons [Sign in to continue]Read more
The Compak Golden Bean coffee roasters competition and conference will take place in North America this year. This networking andRead more
MOSCOW – Canadian coffee shop chain, Presse Café, is planning to come to the Russian market. Company’s top managers are lookingRead more