Christopher Walken as a barista is the least weird thing about this short by Leah Dubuc.
And that’s only as it should be.
Kosuke Sato works as a tombstone salesman in Chiba Precfecture in Japan, assuaging the morbid concerns of his day job by creating miniature restaurant and bartending dioramas for Ginji (the handsome chap at the top) and other members of his collection of adorable hamsters.
He also keeps miniature ferrets, but they tend to occupy low-level administrative or accounting positions within the group.
More rodentine barista action at Sato’s blog.
Ciaran Le Cool writes:
Dublin’s Colin Harmon (left) from 3FE coffee shop, Grand Canal Street, Dublin, this morning ranked fourth in the World Barista Championships in Melbourne, Australia. Surely that calls for a morning cuppa to celebrate? Here he is waiting on the results with Sonia O’Sullivan (right).
From Trinity’s Communications Office:
Students complete the barista training skills workshop organised by Trinity’s Catering Department in conjunction with the Student’s Union and Lavazza Coffee.
Students signed up to a full day training course through the Student’s Union Facebook page. With only 25 places available the course was quickly over-subscribed. Five workshops were held and each day five students learnt how to make the perfect espresso, the basis of all quality coffee drinks, along with all the necessary skills to make premium quality cappuccinos, lattes and many more.
Thanks Daire Hickey