Cold Drip Liqueur Is The New Black, Mr Black That Is.

Sydney is slowly stealing the “Australian coffee capital” title from somewhat culturally dominant Melbourne. The Third Wave has been embraced by career baristas and their faithful for a while now, with multiple options gracing the menus of cafes throughout Sydney’s hip Surry Hills – Single Origin Roasters being more prominent of these, and inner west, through to the eastern suburbs and Crows Nest courtesy of 1st crack micro raster Bean Drinking.

With third wave coffee being the current trend in specialty coffee, it begged the question – what’s next?

Enter Mr Black. In every video, press release and article, and even on their Pozible crowd-fundraising page, there is a caveat: Mr Black is not for everybody. Instead of the watered down and over-creamy cocktail makers of the past, Mr Black introduces the convergence of specialty cold drip coffee and spirits.

Using beans supplied by the Central Coast’s Glee Coffee, distilled by Philip Moore of Distillery Botanica, and having won the 2012 International Wine & Spirits Gold Medal Tom Baker has successfully created the alchemy that so many coffee drinkers craved without knowing it.

Due for release this month, the much anticipated liqueur which amassed over $16,000 AUD above it’s $10,000 Pozible goal, will be celebrating the success with their official launch party at aMBUSH Gallery in Sydney’s Waterloo.

See it for yourself @ Mr Black Pozible page: http://www.pozible.com/project/29114 137622388713762236141376223796

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~ by lechatnoirmon on October 5, 2013.

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