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Experience Melbourne's Best Coffee with De'Longhi & Cafebond
Calling all caffeine lovers! Singapore's first Melbourne café street pop-up is happening from now until 22 May. Three of Melbourne's most renowned cafés are coming together under one roof for Singapore's first Melbourne café street pop-up.
Market Lane, ST. ALi and Industry Beans make their presences at the Melbourne Café Street Pop-up brought by Italian coffee-maker brand De'Longhi, speciality coffee beans e-tailer Cafebond.com, and Harvey Norman Millenia Walk Flagship Superstore.
These top cafes serve visitors free cups of cappuccinos and espressos served from 11am to 5pm daily. For those who need a caffeine boost in the morning or a pick-me-up in the afternoon, just head down to Millenia Walk Atrium.
Fitzroy-based café, restaurant and roastery Industry Beans is the epitome of Melbourne coffee culture. The award-winning Melbourne's Best Boutique Roaster offers exclusive specialty coffees from around the world.
Market Lane. Photo courtesy of Cafebond.com
Market Lane Coffee roasts some of the best coffee beans in the world at its Prahran Market roastery. The cafe which opened its door since 2009 and has grown into five outlets is famous for bringing out the most exquisite characteristics in the cup.
ST. ALi began in 2005 emerging from a South Melbourne's warehouse. Under Salvatore Malatesta, it is now a worldwide leader in specialty coffee with a strong focus on unique brewing methods and high-quality brewing methods. It has been credited with being a contributor to the third wave of coffee movement in Melbourne. Its most famous barista is Matt Perger, a two-time Australia Barista Champion (2011, 2013), World Brewers Cup Champion (2012), Runner-up at the World Barista Championship (2013), and World Coffee in Good Spirits Champion (2014).
Visitors are welcomed to walk around and find out more about the stories behind these cafes and Melbourne's coffee culture. Besides being well-known as the city of arts and culture in Australia, Melbourne is touted by some as the coffee capital of the world. Wonder what's so special about Melbourne coffee culture? Through the power of communal table, exotic flavours and aromas, well, it's a way of life and true piece of pride for Melburnians and Australians. The cafes now earn a spot in almost every Melburnian's life as quintessential places to meet, sip and savour.
If the flavours really speak to you, purchase it through Cafebond.com and with the coffee machine, you could brew your daily cup of coffee.
A complimentary brew session with De'Longhi and Nine Press will be held on 20 May 2017 between 11am to 12.30pm. Feel free to walk-in and observe throughout the session!
Coffee addicts, this is an event you absolutely couldn't miss. Make a trip down to taste and get to know the stories behind these roasted coffee beans. If you have never been to Melbourne, this is your best chance to sample a taste of Melbourne's finest without burning a hole in your pocket!