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Market Lane Coffee  We are a coffee retailer & roaster with five coffee bars in Melbourne, Australia.

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Happy weekend from Therry Street! Come start your Saturday with a warming cup from our new filter coffee line-up and a pastry (or two).

Today is the last day to taste our La Loma filter coffee! Some of our stores have already sold out, but if it's still on the bar when you come by, make sure to try the last of this fruit-forward Colombian 💛

Thank you so much to all our very attentive customers for noticing the new takeaway cups this week! This week is Refugee Week and we're very pleased to be involved in the @roadtorefuge project. The cups are a storytelling initiative, letting coffee drinkers follow in the footsteps of Ali, Layla or Mano, and to find out what you would do if you were an asylum seeker. The Road to Refuge website is a great resource for reading about the personal stories of people seeking asylum, reading about the laws and policies surrounding this crisis, and discovering ways that you can show support.

In our Coffee Club box this week is Santa Isabel! This delicious coffee comes from the beautiful Alta Verapaz region of Guatemala, and has a caramel sweetness, with notes of tangerine and vanilla. When you sign up to our coffee club, you'll receive a coffee care package in the post every two weeks. You can opt for espresso or filter roast, and ground or whole beans, and we often deliver special microlot coffees that we don't feature in store. Head to our website to find out more ☕️📬

In recognition of National Refugee Week, we’d like to share an interview we conducted with Hannah Colman, co-founder and general manager of @scarfcommunity. Scarf is a social enterprise that provides hospitality and workplace-skills training for refugees, asylum seekers and new migrants in Melbourne. Since 2010, Scarf has provided mentoring and hands-on experience to young people who are keen on a career in hospitality but face barriers to work. We asked Hannah about how Scarf got started, her inspirations, and what she's learned through her work supporting refugees. Read the interview on our Journal (link in bio).

Today is World Refugee Day, and all week we'll be pouring takeaway coffees in @roadtorefuge's cups. For the last three years, Road to Refuge has asked audiences to challenge their perspectives on refugees by following in the footsteps of fictional character, Layla, whose journey educates us on the reality of seeking asylum. Head to the website on your cup to learn Layla's very common story, and visit the exhibition 'Stories About Hope' until June 25 at @novacancygallery at Federation Square. The exhibition has been created by two people from refugee backgrounds and features the stories of eight different people.

This week is Refugee Week in Australia and so we wanted to give a big shout out to our friends at @longstcoffee for their incredible efforts in supporting young people from refugee backgrounds! Long Street Coffee acts as a bridge between the settlement service organisations assisting refugees to find work, and the cafe owners who are searching for employees with valuable skill sets and experience. Long Street was recently selected pitch at a live crowdfunding event run by The Funding Network and managed to raise $25,000 to help start their next venture, Brewing For Change, which will let the cafe expand into catering and take on more trainees. Well done LS team! We can't wait to see what great things you do next.

Mushroom burgers and coffees are in full swing at @prahranmarket today! Come collect your weekly veggie haul and stop by for lunch with us 🍔☕️

Happy weekend! Our new single origin espresso bean comes from a new coffee-growing region called Samaipata in Santa Cruz, one of the most eastern departments of Bolivia. As an espresso roast, El Fuerte tastes like cocoa powder, toasted almond and burnt caramel, with a silky mouthfeel. Pick up a bag in store or online to taste at home.

It's all smiles and lattes at @altiuscoffee this morning ☺️️☕️️ What's more, Hannah and JP are looking for someone special to join their team. If you are interested or know someone who you think would be a great fit, pop over and visit their Instagram for more information #friendsofmarketlane

We'll be saying goodbye to Brazilian filter coffee Sítio da Torre this week as we're down to our last roast! This natural process yellow bourbon varietal comes from the municipality of Carmo de Minas, in the Mantiqueira de Minas region of Sul de Minas. This region is one of the best-awarded regions in Brazil, and recently received the Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) due to its tradition and global reputation for producing exceptional coffee. Make sure to pop by one of our stores for a final pour over. Tastes like strawberries and black tea.

This week our general manager Jenni is headed to Rwanda to buy our next round of Rwandan coffees! And last week we sent our Coffee Club subscribers the tail end of last season's Muduha coffee, which comes from the Muduha Farmer Group in Rwanda. Here is Samuel of @bufcoffee with our Coffee Club box in Rwanda. Along with his mother Epiphanie and brother Aloys, Sam manages Buf, which has been instrumental in repairing and strengthening the coffee industry and general livelihoods of Rwandans. Buf owns the Remera Washing Station where Muduha is processed. It's very special and unusual to be able to trace a coffee back to a single Rwandan farmer group. So we feel very honoured to offer Muduha, which comes from a group of about 50 farmers.

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