How to make a coffee in a coffee shop
The first step to making a good cup of coffee is a good coffee, according to a new book by Australian coffee-makers Karin Booth and Becky Kaye.
The pair’s book, The Coffee Maker, is available for pre-order from the publisher on Friday.
The book, co-written by Ms Booth and Ms Kaye, tells the story of how the two first met, and their journey from coffee shops to cafes.
The duo started coffee-making as teenagers, with Mr Booth at the age of 12.
“We didn’t go to coffee shops.
We would have had to sit down and just get coffee.
We’d never done that before, so we were trying to figure out how we were going to do it,” Ms Booth said.
“I was a really good student, and I didn’t want to be a full-time student, so I went into a coffee-shop and I bought a coffee machine.
They met their future co-founders in Melbourne in 2002, when they were working in the coffee shop trade. “
So we just went there and bought the coffee machine and made coffee and went home and did the coffee.”
They met their future co-founders in Melbourne in 2002, when they were working in the coffee shop trade.
They worked together on coffee-tasting programs and started making coffee at the end of 2003.
They opened their first cafe in the suburb of Caulfield, in the early years of the coffee boom.
The couple worked together in Melbourne’s coffee industry, and eventually moved to Adelaide to make coffee. “
And the people you were getting your coffee with were a bit older than you and you’d get to know the people who were working there,” Ms Kayes said.
The couple worked together in Melbourne’s coffee industry, and eventually moved to Adelaide to make coffee.
They moved to Sydney in 2005, when Mr Booth decided to go back to Australia.
“When we were here we were living in Australia and we were working full time in the industry and I wanted to do a project,” he said.
“[I decided] if I want to have a career in coffee I need to do something in Australia.”
Mr Booth and his wife, Kristy, are now partners in the Adelaide cafe, and have been selling coffee-related products and selling their cafe as well.
Ms Kay has also been making coffee in Australia since 2006, when she moved to Australia with her husband.
“It’s something we’ve always done, but it’s been a lot more than just coffee,” she said.
Karin and Becky Booth with their cafe and a new coffee machine from their new cafe, The Tea Table.
The cafe and the machine they use in their coffee-maker.
“There’s a lot of different things that we can do here, we can’t just just focus on one thing, we have to be able to work on things that are going to have long term ramifications,” she added.
“One of those is the cafe, the coffee is brewed in the cafe.”
The pair have since launched The Tea Tables, a coffee roasting shop in Sydney, where customers can enjoy a cup or two of tea while they make their own coffee.
The first coffee they make is a simple black tea with some espresso.
The tea was brewed in their cafe in 2002.
“The first one we brewed in our cafe is called a simple tea with coffee,” Ms Bowes said of their coffee.
“Our basic idea was that it’s simple to make, you’re not going to get the big chocolate flavour from the chocolate in the morning.”
The coffee-roasting shop has now become a cafe, which is now selling coffee.
Ms Booth is proud of her new business, and believes that it is a great way to keep in touch with her customers.
“My hope is that people will find this book interesting and I’ll do a book for them and hopefully help them start to see the possibilities of their own lives, and the possibilities that are out there,” she told ABC Radio Adelaide.
“This is a really important book because it really does say to the world that there are a lot people out there that really want to see their coffee grow.”