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Highlights from the Bristol Coffee House Project

This year I’ve managed to attend a few different coffee festivals, and its interesting to see how different places create and market these events. September saw the arrival of Bristol’s first coffee festival – the… 482 more words


There are better ways to spend your time

As I sit here typing this I know I’m delaying the inevitable, soul destroying truth. I know that as soon as I publish this I need to hop in my car, sit in Monday morning traffic and head to my job. 287 more words


Monochrome Melbourne

When the Sue from Monochrome first moved to Melbourne, her dream was to open a tea house. Considering she previously ran a tea shop in China, it felt like the ideal project. 222 more words

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Don't Get Too Cozy, Washington Coffee Culture: California Is Brewing Its Own Reputation

When it comes to coffee, Washington is widely considered by many Americans to be the king of the hill. Why wouldn’t it be? It’s the birthplace of Starbucks, after all (as well as the subject of many an ironic eyeroll when discussing hipster culture). 311 more words


Latte Art: It's All Just A Pretty Lie

I love coffee, and having worked as a barista in a couple of those pretentious, hipstery specialty shops I can also make a pretty good cup too. 1,044 more words


Amber Ember - Yeley Building

Taking over the former premises of now-defunct C.A.N. Cafe at Yeley Building along Upper Serangoon Road is Amber Ember; a new cafe that is situated just right behind a bus stop along the road. 847 more words


In the Cradle of Brutalist Architecture

This summer, I have become nerdy about architecture. Not that I know anything about it, but I have expanded from food and wine pictures to buildings (still in the category of things that don’t move). 671 more words