Coffee came to Australia circa 1788, but the first cafes emerged only after World War II, fuelled by the Italian incomers’ cravings for a taste of home. The last decade, however, saw the humble bean gain a cult following, thanks to an influx of third-wave coffee shops that have turned Melbourne into a global hotspot, says Verve
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