Coming soon to one of the most historic spots in town: Artisan biscuits and savory sandwiches from the people who brought you Trenchermen and Bar DeVille .
Welcome to Sprudge.com’s complete recap of Day One, Round One at the 2013 World Barista Championship! This feature contains notes and info taken from our exhaustive @SprudgeLive Twitter feed, where we’ll be calling the WBC live from Melbourne throughout the weekend. These recaps give us a chance to synthesize together multiple Tweets; if you can’t get enough, feel free to scroll back through the Twitter feed for even more details from the maw of the madness.
Original photography by Sprudge co-founder Zachary Carlsen and Eileen P. Kenny (Birds of Unusual Vitality).
1. Roberto Pablo Caldas, Arabica Espresso Bar, Peru
#WBC2013 competitor Roberto Caldas hails from Arabica Espresso Bar, located in the Peruvian capital of Lima – learn more here. A Via accounts online, Arabica is one of the few quality focused espresso bars in Peru – great coffee grown there, but just a few bars.
8:36 “today i have a present for you – an amazing coffee from Peru” he tell us. “This coffee is very special – it comes from ...
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