[disassociated] The evolution of coffee cup lids. I remember noticing a number of these ones over the years of exploring cafes.
Two of these cropped up in one feed-reading session, so I thought I’d post them together. Social media for foodies Plate to pixel, and other food photography resources
I spend a lot of time thinking about the small details that make a cafe experience great. One of these details is water. When people come to a cafe to have a cup of coffee (or tea, chai, hot chocolate, or a cold drink), they often want to have a glass of water too. How […]
So many choices for coffee purchase. Is it enough to buy Fair Trade? What is ethical coffee?
Search around for mentions of the babycino, and you can quickly find a SMH article from 2005 about the price of a babycino, and what makes parents pay so much money for a drink that is essentially just frothed milk. Of course, there’s much more to it than that. A parent who is ordering a […]
This Sideways Cafe looks like it would be a great space to drink a coffee and read: has anyone else seen something as innovative in cafe design?
With a couple of friends doing the “a new blog post every day in June” thing, I thought I’d do my own take on it, and add 30 new cafe reviews to the site in June. So far, I have 23 added to flickr, but I’ve only added 8 to the site: I think I […]
Give Your Customers a Good Show – lessons learned from Disneyland about the mundane aspects of a business’ office space can be applied to a cafe. The small details speak loudly to customers.
I received a bag of these beans in repsonse to a twitter competition, and it doesn’t disappoint. Better as a black coffee than with milk, it has a bright acidity at first, and then a rich earthiness, with a lingering aftertaste. Well worth a look.
[hollingsworth] Photos of Australia’s best coffee houses from The Australian.