BeanScene is Australia’s world-class coffee magazine. Not simply one for industry insiders, BeanScene caters for coffee aficionados who love what ‘coffee culture’ contributes to everyday life and leisure pursuits. Packed with fascinating barista profiles, inspiring feature articles and tantalising coffee reviews, BeanScene is a must-read for coffee lovers in Australia.
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CONTRIBUTORS • In each issue of BeanScene we profile a few of our talented contributors.
Stuff on the scene
Born to be Bodum • For the past 74 years Bodum has upheld its promise to deliver high quality brewing products at affordable prices. Bodum CEO Jørgen Bodum talks to BeanScene about keeping up with the speed of change and making taste, not waste.
Everybody loves Reymond • Chef Jacques Reymond has spent the past 35 years sharing his love of French cuisine with Australian diners. He talks to BeanScene about coffee liqueurs, living in Brazil, and life beyond the kitchen.
Why pay more? • Campos Coffee puts true specialty under the microscope and discusses the key principles that need to be addressed along the entire value chain.
Peak precision • Veneziano Coffee Roasters has collaborated with Detpak to replicate takeaway coffee cups that reflect the in-store coffee experience. It explains why things aren’t always as they appear.
The coffee hunters • Third-generation coffee farmers are committed to sourcing the best of Colombian coffee and shining a light on new experimental processes and exotic cultivars.
One shot • TheAustralian International Coffee Awards is an opportunity to gauge the quality of coffee against some of the best roasters in Australia and overseas.
Leader of the PACK • Goglio has launched a plant-based bio-laminate for coffee packaging. Australian distributor Jet Technologies explains why this new material is set to become an industry game changer.
Urban legend • The new Italian-manufactured Wega Urban is designed to meet core Aussie demands – high volume and peak performance.
Through Hazel’s eyes • Hazel de los Reyes is not afraid to admit she has an obsession with coffee and improving its flavour. She speaks to BeanScene about a career that started in her grandmother’s backyard.
Jack climbs to the top • Veneziano Coffee Roasters’ Jack Allisey went to China a green bean buyer and returned the second best coffee roaster in the world. He talks about his unexpected placing and the rising competition.
The quiet achievers • For the past eight years, 3Brothers Coffee has been working behind the scenes to establish connections and prime its business for growth. Now it’s time to tell people about it.
A family legacy • This year the Bennett family celebrates a century in the coffee and tea industry, and continues to plan for the future.
A global network • Thirty-one years of experience and relationships in more than 25 countries places Cofi-Com as one of Australia’s most trusted green bean suppliers.
Colombian confidence • The Arcila family is committed to discovering new coffees and raising Colombia’s reputation as a specialty coffee destination.
Robust relationships • Origin Traders invites clients to its own plantations to learn about beans from soil to sip.
All about Evebot • Using a drink for a canvas and 3D printer as a paintbrush, Evebot is set to add an interactive dimension to coffee art, and unleash the artist within.
Say yes to Yunnan • The Yunnan province of China has battled leaf rust and poverty and is tipped to be the next coffee powerhouse. Cofi-Com’s John Russell Storey share his insight on a region committed to growth.
Premium living • Representatives of the supply...