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Head into Mercedes me for latte art and a coffee masterclass
The perfect morning coffee is easily the highlight of any Melburnian's morning, and now Mercedes me and St Ali are making it even better. The Collins Street Mercedes me store is set to host a serious coffee pro, when Australian latte art champion Shinsaku Fukayama comes in store for a residency on Thursday 19, Thursday July 26 and Thursday August 2. Guests can expect delicious coffee and skilful latte art by ‘Samurai Shin’ with every in-store purchase. As an added bonus, Mercedes me will also host a coffee masterclass with Shinsaku Fukayama and St Ali founder Salvatore Malatesta on Wednesday August 8 from 6pm. The complimentary workshop will give you the opportunity to get up close and personal with one of Melbourne's top coffee maestros and learn all about this daily indulgence alongside the best in the business. Find out more about Mercedes me.
Stay warm this season at College Lawn’s winter warmer beer garden
Hear that noise? That’s the blustery winds of winter blowing into Melbourne, and with it comes a whole lot of sport. Summer is great, but there’s no doubt that winter is the best time to enjoy a match, whether that be on the field or on the television. And since there’s no better time to enjoy sport, College Lawn Hotel in Prahran is making sure their beer garden is one of the best places in town to enjoy it. Head into College Lawn and chill out in their Winter Warmer Beer Garden. The team at College Lawn are passionate about their sports, both at home and at the international level. It’s the sort of place you can expect to catch the best of the international rugby season, starting on Saturday June 9 when Japan and Italy, New Zealand and France, and Australia and Ireland face off. They’ll also be screening matches on June 16 and June 23. For those who prefer their footy homegrown the College Lawn beer garden will also be screening their pick of matches starting from round 12, Geelong Cats versus North Melbourne. To get punters in the mood the bar will be serving free pots of Furphy beer between the first bounce and the first goal for selected matches (you can check out the list of selected matches on their website). The beer garden is dog-friendly so you can even bring your footy-loving canine. Then on Sunday you can round out your weekend with one of Melbourne very first Sunday sessions, Unplugged Sundays, with live music from 3pm to 10pm. Perk yourself up with a $15 Espr
Untold Rum was born of a passionate collaboration between leading Australian bartenders and spirits experts. A range of subtle spices is added to a unique blend of smooth, two- and three-year aged golden rums; the result is a distinctive, full-bodied spiced rum that is made to mix. Untold Rum’s makers believe that our experiences are what enrich and define us. So we at Time Out invited three Melbourne bartenders to tell us a story about the life of their bar and to invent an Untold Rum cocktail that conveys the essence of that story. Melbourne’s bartenders are restless spirits who understand that life is a journey. Inspired by Untold Rum, here’s what they came up with. You can enjoy their Untold cocktails and share stories with their makers from July 10 to August 21, 2018. To hear more about the stories and watch filmed interviews with the bartenders, check out @UntoldRum. THE COCKTAILS Eau de Vie | The Rooks Return | Black Pearl