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Where to celebrate International Coffee Day in Melbourne

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Melbourne loves coffee and Melburnians can’t get enough. So, if you fit the bill, you’ll freak when you learn that on 1 October, it’s International Coffee Day. Here’s where to celebrate in Melbourne… Palermo 401 Little Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000 Dulce de leche tiramisu, $16 La Cumparsita, $19 Celebrate International Coffee Day the Argentinian Way at Palermo, where Melburnians can indulge in their favourite bean in more ways than one. A playful Argentinian twist on a traditional Italian dessert, Palermo’s dulce de leche tiramisu will satisfy all coffee and sweet tooth cravings. Pair this delicious dish with an espresso or milky blend, or go all out with La Cumparsita – the South American espresso martini – a mix of spiced rum, dulce de leche, espresso and Pedro Ximenez, garnished with chocolate. Park Street Dining 815 Nicholson St, Carlton North VIC 3054 In celebration of International Coffee Day on Monday, 1 October, Park St Dining, Melbourne’s inner-north neighbourhood cafe, will prolong the festivities and honour the beverage throughout the month of October. Marking the occasion, the café will showcase two new blends, each with very individual flavour notes, handpicked by head roaster Tristan Gassick. A Kenyan blend that hints at tones of blackcurrant, lemon ice tea and sparkling acidity and a sweet and peachy Ethiopian blend. Each blend will be available to enjoy in store, as a takeaway or as beans to brew at home. Tipico  242 High Street, Windsor 3181 Caffè del Nonno, $14 Available for the first week of October only, Tipico will be offering their newest Italian coffee creation, Caffè del Nonno, literally meaning ‘grandfathers… Read More