How do you brew?
Black is the new black
Here's our guide to making a killer V60 at home.
Coffee Prescriptions. Wait, we mean subscriptions.
Black coffee opens up a world of opportunities to the coffee drinker. There are so many options.
Writing off black coffee is like only using your iPhone to make phone calls. There’s so much more to do. The opportunities are endless. I mean, have you ever asked Siri to beatbox? That’s a day changer.
Check out Laura's guide: How to drink black coffee and genuinely enjoy it.
This is not the end, see you soon!
We are now doing Coffee Subscriptions! It truly is a Happy New Year.
People of Glee: Lauren Henry
Chris Gleeson shares bittersweet news for Glee Coffee on Darby. This isn't goodbye, Newcastle. It's see you soon.
Coffee: the beginning of all good things
Meet Lauren. Lauren is the mastermind behind the homewares and coffee shop; Common Circus. Located on the lake at Belmont, New South Wales, this general lifestyle store boasts amazing Australian labels and freaky good coffee.
Embrace the Filter
"I mean, in a lot of ways, you see your barista more than you see your mum. And that's kind of cool, right? Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that your mum isn't cool. She's probably a lovely lady."
Check out Laura Robertson's thoughts on the special bond between customer and barista.
Full steam ahead for Novocastrian coffee scene
When travelling, it's important to get your priorities in order.
Here's Laura Robertson's guide to finding amazing coffee in the United States.
The Inaugural Latte Art Throwdown
Beth Gleeson relives our very first Newcastle Latte Art Throwdown. All photos by Laura Koutnik.
Of course it’s personal. It’s business.
“Eye of the Tiger” has been on repeat for a while now. There are baristas everywhere doing stretches and star jumps. They might as well be wearing activewear.
Laura Robertson recounts the glory that was our Inaugural Latte Art Throwdown.
We have all heard the expression. “It’s not personal - it’s business.” It’s an interesting expression and one that can be thrown around without much thought. When you get down to it though, being in business is being in direct contact with people. Jemima Gleeson shares her thoughts on the importance of people in business.