If there’s anything worse than a caffeine deprived human, it’s a caffeine deprived human with bad coffee.
This September, Five Senses are launching a Sydney first sample brew bar, proving black really is The New Black at this epic pop up.
If you have no idea what a medium bodied, mellow roasted, bold acidity, robust bean tastes like (or is), now’s your chance to find out. With a progressive coffee brew bar converting a Surry Hills warehouse into a full service café, coffee lovers will have the chance to taste, try and learn about the beans that go into making their daily drink.
The Five Senses baristas will be on site to share their knowledge about all things coffee from around the globe, including Ethiopia, Kenya and Sumatra with curated tasting experiences set to appease the masses.
With Five Senses, the team behind some our fave cafes—Excelsior Jones and Wolfe & Co—we already know it’s going to be a goodun. The space itself will be transformed into a light and bright, jungly haven—the perfect backdrop for enjoying those warm brews. Shortstop will also be on site offering their much loved donuts and Jesse McTavish (ex Kettle Black Executive Chef), will be adding to the immersive experience bringing a taste of Melburnian café fare to Sydney, ensuring no one gets the hangries while they enjoy their hot cuppas.
What: The New Black Pop Up by Five Senses
Where: 64 Kippax Street, Surry Hills
When: 3rd Sept – 18th Sept, 7am to 4pm daily
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