• Melbourne a commercial city of modern high-rise.

  • By contrast Melbourne a city of earthy inner-city residential dwellings.

  • In some coffee places one espresso machine is not enough.

  • All hospitality is geared to offer service for the 850,000 people who are in the city daily.

  • Smaller coffee shops in city residential areas treat you like family.

  • David Jones Department store, opened in Sydney in 1938, opened in Melbourne in 1982. They have a window display for syphon coffee in their Melbourne store. David Jones mixing it up with Sensory Lab.

  • Bailey Coffee, will roast Miller’s Coffee in Melbourne. Josh Bailey, originally from Devonport, Auckland, started his North Melbourne roasting and wholesale business in 2006.

  • Josh and Craig head out across the Yarra to the industrial western suburbs to pick up green beans for the Miller’s Blend.

  • The Melbourne skyline from the Westgate Bridge.

  • Loading the ingredients for Miller’s Blend.

  • Some Miller’s Blend at the roastery.

  • The Giesen coffee roaster on which Joshua will cook the Miller’s Blend.

  • Sighting the first roast in Australia.

  • 30 kilometres east of Melbourne is the leafy suburb of Boronia, at the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges.

  • Soon to be ‘Elsa and Gray. Miller’s Melbourne’.