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  • So heres the plan... (Melbourne)

    Im really keen to learn more about coffee in an appreciation kinda way. Im not talking about a career change, nor do I just want to know how to make an amazing cup (or cups) I want to know about different beans, pouring, roasting, technique etc.

    Some has suggested getting in touch with Mark D (St Ali) - which I did. Then I heard Mark had moved on. Anyone know where hes at ... or how to get in touch with him.

    Or indeed ... how else might I start on my coffee expression and appreciation journey?


  • #2
    Re: So heres the plan... (Melbourne)

    you already have by becoming a CS Welcome Ratbaggy. now you just have to read what you want to know


    • #3
      Re: So heres the plan... (Melbourne)

      Mark sold St ALi to Salvatore Malatesta of Malatesta Corp.

      He recently started his new venture, a microroastery called Seven Seeds. Google is your friend

      Good luck,



      • #4
        Re: So heres the plan... (Melbourne)

        A warm welcome Rat !
        You live in Melbourne mate the coffee world is at your doorstep and of course CS is at your finger tips ;D

        Enjoy, Chris


        • #5
          Re: So heres the plan... (Melbourne)

          Check out the Melbourne coffee review website.
          Got some great reviews there


          • #6
            Re: So heres the plan... (Melbourne)

            awesome advice. thanks all.

            Snob Azz - unfortunately reading doesnt do much for me when it comes to learning this sort of stuff.

            Wushoes - the name was all I needed. Thanks heaps!

            The coffee world IS definitely at my doorstep, particularly since I live Northside.

            Will update with progress.

            Thanks again everyone. Stay buzzed!


            • #7
              Re: So heres the plan... (Melbourne)

              I think you might like the coffee tour run by Maria at evolving success. $40 per head 3 hours of coffee and other food related stuff. I think it is called the coffee history tour (or historical) google coffee tour melbourne.
              We had a great time on that one.
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