Not all coffees are created equal, as anyone serious about their hot caffeinated beverages knows. That applies to the non-supermarket stuff as well — and to the world of filtered brews.
Don't believe us? Well, why not let Five Senses show you the merits of roasted, single origin, rare parcel, micro-lot beans given the filtered treatment. From 7am to 4pm every day between September 3 and 18, the specialty coffee roasters are heading to Surry Hills with a pop-up cafe focused on strained cuppas of Panama, Kenya, Indonesia and Ethiopia's finest. It's called Five Senses Pop-Up - Filter: The New Black.
Curated tasting flights will ensure that you get the best tasting experience you possibly can; however sipping on the good stuff isn't the only thing on the menu here. Thanks to collaborations with Top Paddock and Kettle Black ex-executive chef Jesse McTavish and doughnut wizards Shortstop, you'll be eating well too — all in a 50-seat warehouse space decked out by Porter & Maple.