Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles That coffee has got balls! Try try the best coffee in Melbourne right here In Melbourne, people line up for their coffee. I would absolutely rather abstain than drink crap coffee And if I take a sip of a coffee and if I take a sip of a coffee and it's not made right, bin straight away! Luckily, we're totally spoilt for choice here. You know anywhere in Melbourne I can kind of pick the specialty coffee place within a kilometre to get to so. I think this place is cool because it's run by a social entrepreneur. It runs as a normal business and the profit gets sent back to where the alcohol comes from. They have Mexican beers. They have Cuban rums all that sort of stuff. So, yeah, social entrepreneurship. It's business with a cause not business for profit. I would say a vast vast majority of people would drink a milk-based coffee, espresso or latte. Uhm, but there are a lot more people experimenting with and enjoying filtered coffee. Especially with single origins and blends suited for filter. I think it's just testament to Melbournians generally having a curious palette. So espresso generally you're talking about different lengths of the shot and different ways that you can put the milk in. Basically, we're looking at a 30ml shot and you go from there. With filter styles, there's a few different ways to brew filter. You're probably looking at a pour over, aero press, vacuum pot or syphon, and then my favourite kind of filtered coffee is cold drip. And all it does is it requires a slightly different roast in the coffee. So I would say slightly controversially slightly lighter roast. Cold water in the top. Coffee in the middle drips through collected in the bottom here. Ah and eight hours later you've got a gorgeous brew here. You are drinking cold black coffee but if you can reconcile that it's a beautiful flavour. Hi, I'm Monique from Walk Melbourne Tours. We share Melbourne stories while we share food. If you are interested in joining one of my walks, pretty easy to do at walkmelbourne.com.au Otherwise, pick yourself up a copy of Devouring Melbourne Uncovering a Delicious City. Ah what I've done is put Melbourne's food stories from past and present together as well as there's six guided walks. If you want to take yourself out on a chocolate walk, wine walk, rooftop bars, they're all in there.