"People are realising that coffee doesn't have to be milky and espresso-based," says Lars Engdahl of Moccamaster Australia filter coffee machines. "Cafes and roasters appreciate that, and they have been instrumental to push it to the general public.
"It is easy to make good coffee at home. Many people appreciate a good cup of coffee in the morning and once they get into the routine of using a machine, it becomes a dependable friend. With so many good coffees readily available, you can expect very good results."
An inspiring interview with Ina ten Donkelaar and Frans van Cooten by Karina Hof for Sprudge https://sprudge.com/the-making-of-a-master-inside-the-technivorm-factory-137235.html
Read all about this limited edition beauty, the Jubilee model 68 in this article from Beanscene Magazine. https://www.beanscenemag.com.au/moccamaster-model-68/
Read about the rise of filter coffee with Lars in the new Specialty Coffee Melbourne book which was launched last week by Smudge Eats. Copies of this beautiful book will be available for purchase shortly. https://smudgeeats.com/rise-filter-coffee-lars-engdahl-nord-coffee/