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by Phoebe Liu on Jan 25, 2013 in Interiors , Lifestyle
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The Coffee Academïcs is dedicated to Hong Kong’s rapidly growing community of discerning coffee lovers

Don’t be fooled by its chic, hip, industrial feel: The Coffee Academïcs is more than a cool café.What it is is a platform which connects coffee experts and coffee-holics, bringing the art of coffee tasting to its apex, boasting top-notch coffee, in-house baristas, state-of-the-art coffee equipment and funky interior design.

Central to its concept is the idea that guests are encouraged to interact with its in-house baristas, who are happy to talk about their coffee passion and professional knowledge – an interaction that allows the curious to discover coffee on another level.

"I started The Academïcs realising that coffee lovers crave more knowledge; they are ready for a real community where they can share their passion. I hope through introducing the latest technology and techniques in demonstrations and workshops, we can achieve this goal,” said founder and creator Jennifer Liu of Hong Kong’s home-grown Caffè Habitū.

 

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