Posted Sun Mar 30, 2003, 11:28am Subject: A good thing indeed!
Nice article Alan. I just wish there were events like this here in the Eastern US (not sure if they have them elsewhere in the States). I've been plannign an '04 trip to Australia and New Zealand - maybe I'll just have to time it with the annual occurrence of this event!
xristrettox Senior Member Joined: 22 Jan 2003 Posts: 278 Location: Portland Expertise: Just starting
Posted Wed Apr 2, 2003, 11:16pm Subject: if you need help next time,
Hey Alan, Nice article. I figured that instead of just thinking it, I could actually say it for once. Oh, and next time, if you need someone to go with you and carry your stuff, you know how to find me :) xristrettox
sjames Senior Member Joined: 19 Dec 2001 Posts: 464 Location: Melbourne, Australia Expertise: Pro Barista
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Posted Sat May 3, 2003, 6:28am Subject: But where's the barista competition?
Nice article Alan. It's great to see that the competition is getting hotter in the coffee captial of Australia. However, what happened to the barista of the year competition? I'd love to see an "Independant" competition to showcase our masters and encourage newbies (and their employers) to take the job seriously.
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