Masks are now mandatory across Melbourne (and soon across all of Victoria) so every man and their dog is on the hunt for a mask that doesn’t 1) suck, and 2) annoy the living crap out of you. Thankfully Melbourne coffee roasters and all-round good guys St Ali have come up with a solution.
Firstly St Ali launched its St Ali hand sanitiser, which was made from 75 per cent alcohol in line with the World Health Organisation recommendations. Then the venue transformed into a general store, selling vac-sealed meals, Ned’s Bake sourdough and, of course, bags of its roasted coffee (an essential during iso). That transformation even earned St Ali a coveted nomination in the inaugural Time In Awards.
Now, the team is keen to equip Melburnians with another essential: face masks. St Ali is now selling face masks and snoods made from copper and hemp which is then woven together using a 3D printer (well, actually, it’s a 3D knitter – fancy!) They’re comfy and sustainable, considering you’ll be able to wash them over and over again.
They, obviously, come in that perfect shade of Melbourne Black, so they’ll go with everything and you can ooze city pride at the supermarket.
Check out the line of face masks and hand sanitisers here on St Ali’s website.