Tucked in a ‘secret’ corner of the great city of Sydney is perhaps one of the best places for coffee you’ll find. In fact, many people travel across the city just to try one of owner Sean’s amazing lattes.
Get York can be found in the newly renovated foyer of 1 York St Sydney, a pretty impressive building as it houses some impressive companies: PayPal Australia, Gumtree, eBay, Emirates and more!
It’s something we’ve known about for a very long time but now, according to a new Harvard study, coffee is now officially good for you! And not just one cup a day, either. You’ll be surprised how many cups each day will make a real difference to your health. And if Harvard says it, then it must be true, right?
This week we’re following on from our post, Life Cycle of a Green Coffee Bean. The last post tracked the good old green coffee bean from seedling to its harvest-ready stage. Today we’re picking and we’re packing, featuring our Origin of the Month, Guatemala Los Volcanes.
You know something is totally ingrained in a culture when it pops up in movies, TV, music, Youtube series and art. If coffee was an actor it would be an A-lister due to the sheer amount of exposure it gets in the media. And why not!? So, to celebrate everything coffee in our world, we’re going to the movies (TV and internet) to see how it’s portrayed on the big and little screens. Have fun!