In Italy they do it standing up.
In America they do it with great regularity and a preference for oversized couches.
In Australia and New Zealand, they place a huge emphasis on quality. And certainly aren’t afraid to experiment.
When you contemplate global coffee culture, there is no doubting Australia’s prowess and international standing, so it was just a matter of time before, I penned a piece about how a region-wide caffeine addiction has spawned a distinctive and innovative design aesthetic.
In the latest issue of Artichoke Magazine (Australia), I feature some of the country’s best examples of caffeine-fuelled innovation, coffee connoisseurs and cafe quirkiness featuring Toby’s Estate, Captains of Industry, Sensory Lab, Seven Seeds, Pellegrini’s Espresso Bar, Kokako and Little Mule.
Go on, have a little read . . .