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  • Espresso Martini Recipe with Huskies in Bikinis Coffee

    Espresso Martini Recipe with Huskies in Bikinis Coffee

    Espresso Martini Ingredients: 1 1/2 oz vodka 1 oz Huskies in Bikinis coffee (freshly brewed) 1/2 oz coffee liquer 1 dash of vanilla extract Coffee beans for garnish Crushed ice Directions: In a shaker, combine the vodka, espresso, coffee liquer, and vanilla extract wuth crushed ice. Shake well and strain into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with coffee beans. Enjoy your delicious Espresso Martini made with Huskies in Bikinis Coffee from KaapiKaapi Coffee Roasters. Note: You can adjust the sweetness level with simple syrup according to your taste. Enjoy!

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  • The Art of Coffee: Exploring Different Coffee Variants

    The Art of Coffee: Exploring Different Coffee Variants

    As an artisan coffee roaster based in Sydney, we take pride in offering a wide variety of coffee blends to our customers. From espresso to latte, mocha to black coffee, each variant has its own unique flavor profile and brewing method. In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at some of the most popular coffee variants and how you can serve them to your customers or enjoy them at home. Espresso Espresso is the backbone of many coffee drinks and is often used as the base for lattes, cappuccinos, and Americanos. It is made by forcing hot water...

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  • Keeping your coffee machine in good condition to get the best cup of coffee

    Coffee machines are the backbone of any café or coffee shop, and it's essential to keep them in top working condition to ensure the best possible coffee experience for your customers. A regular cleaning and servicing schedule is essential to maintaining the longevity and performance of your machine. When it comes to cleaning, it's important to start by emptying the portafilter and drip tray. The portafilter should be cleaned with a brush and warm, soapy water, and the drip tray should be emptied and wiped clean. Next, you'll want to backflush the machine to remove any built-up coffee oils and...

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  • Sustainability in the Coffee Industry

    Sustainability in the Coffee Industry

      The worlds unrelenting demand for coffee is no surprise with Australia importing roughly 80,000 tonnes of coffee beans each year. A majority of these beans are provided by the thousands of coffee farmers around the world, some whose families have been in the business for generations. The massive scale, complexity and saturation of the coffee supply chain has not only had a negative impact on the environment. Up until recently, coffee farmers have not seen their fair share of the profits.  Efforts such as the Fairtrade movement and Rainforest Alliance have been established to mitigate the gap in revenue...

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  • What are the Best Non-dairy Alternatives for Your Coffee?

    What are the Best Non-dairy Alternatives for Your Coffee?

    It is widely documented that milk was first added to coffee in the mid-1600s in Vienna coffee houses and other regions in Europe. This addition was inspired by the Chinese adding milk to their tea during the Quing dynasty and grew in popularity until becoming a staple in today’s coffee. Despite modern coffee’s affinity with milk and the popularity of today’s flat white and cappuccino, it is estimated that around 70% of the global population is actually lactose intolerant. It is extremely rare to find a modern café in Australia that does not offer alternative milk options for their customers....

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  • Could Your Espresso Coffee Taste Better?

    Could Your Espresso Coffee Taste Better?

    Enjoying your perfect morning coffee is a blessing, but the devil is undoubtedly in the details. Whether you are a café barista or an avid home brewer making their morning espresso, understanding the particulars of ‘dialling in’ coffee is essential to achieving a balanced, flavourful start to your day. Dose The dose refers to the amount of ground coffee which fill the espresso basket, be tamped and have water pressed through. The amount of ground coffee required for an ideal espresso shot varies based on the particulars of the selected coffee blend but generally, bigger dose = bigger yield (yield...

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