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7 Tasty Ways To Indulge On World Coffee Day, Because Any Excuse Will Do

7 Tasty Ways To Indulge On World Coffee Day, Because Any Excuse Will Do

October 1 is World Coffee Day, and you don’t need to tell us Aussies twice. Here are seven fun ways to get involved and even score yourself a free cup of bean juice in the process.

#1 St Remio will donate to support a female farming co-operative for every purchase

 

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Each year, Australian coffee brand St Remio funds a project at the coffee origin to support and empower coffee growing communities and in 2020 they are continuing their support for the female farming co-operative of Cocagi in West Rwanda.

They will donate 50 cents from the sale of each box of its Nespresso compatible compostable capsules and $1 from the sale of each bag sold in all Coles supermarkets nationally and via the St Remio online store

#2 The Coffee Club are doing free small coffees

 

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Australia’s largest home-grown café group, The Coffee Club, are giving customers a free small coffee when you say “Happy World Coffee Day” on October 1. The offer is valid for a small hot coffee of your choice, including plant milks.

#3 Merivale are cranking out $10 espresso martinis the whole long weekend

 

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Merivale and Kahlua have come through this International Coffee Day by stretching the celebrations until the end of the long weekend with Espresso Martini Week. You can nab $10 Espresso Martinis at bars, pubs and select restaurants across the group until Monday 5 October (think: Bar Totti’s, Charlie Parkers. Coogee Pavilion Rooftop, Hemmesphere, The Newport, The Royal and more).

If you’re staying in (at home or a swish Airbnb with mates), there is also the $65 Merivale at Home Espresso Martini Kits. Orders will be packed and delivered to Sydney metro suburbs within 24 hours, with deliveries made between 9am-7pm Friday and Saturday.

#4 Make your own summer-appropriate whipped coffee

 

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Whipped coffee became all the rage in lockdown and we can see why. The good news is, they’re still just as good, possibly even better now the sun is coming out. We’ve rounded up six of our favourite recipes that are quick and easy to make at home.

#5 Grab yourself a coffee doughnut at this country bakery on the Sunshine Coast

 

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This isn’t the first time we’ve written about these insane coffee-filled doughnuts at Kenilworth Bakery on the Sunshine Coast, and it probably won’t be the last. A delicious hybrid of your two favourite things, these baked goods are still available this International Coffee Day

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To be clear, these aren’t coffee-flavoured doughnuts; these bad boys are cinnamon doughnuts with hollow middles, lined with gooey Nutella and filled with an actual barista-made coffee.

#6 For the real buffs, De Longhi just launched their most advanced coffee machine yet

 

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Australia is the chosen destination for De’Longhi to unveil its most advanced manual coffee machine to date, La Specialista Maestro. This is where coffee science meets artistry, with thousands of hours of research, development and Italian coffee craftsmanship going into its creation, just in time for International Coffee Day.

#7 Dee Why’s Coretto is serving up coffee cocktails from renowned mixologist Kurtis Bosley

 

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Australian coffee roasters, Seven Miles, and Dee Why’s dawn till dusk café meets bar, Corretto have joined forces to ring in International Coffee Day by serving up specially crafted coffee cocktails from renowned mixologist Kurtis Bosley.

Kurtis’s exclusive cocktail menu includes five tasty tipples to choose from, including a caffeinated take on a Negroni.

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