Coffee tops wine on palate

Coffee tops wine on palate

When Will Priestley talks about characteristics of dark cherry and fresh lime, the virtues of the mid-palate and the benefits of soft water one could be forgiven for thinking they were talking to a sommelier. But the coffee shop owner is one of a growing numbers of baristas with such a passion for coffee that they have helped push the beverage above wine as one of the most popular drinks in the country. The humble brew now follows only water as Australia’s most consumed beverage, reports The Mercury.

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