Who is the cutest coffee barista in Brisbane?


Let’s be honest – we don’t always go to certain cafes because they serve great coffee. Sometimes it’s even debatable if their staff have completed any hospitality training, let alone a barista course. Nope, these are the cafes we go to because the baristas are freaking hot.

So who do you reckon is the sexiest barista in Brisbane? Who grinds your coffee beans in that, ahem, special way? Someone you’d like to indulge in a little midnight, er… coffee making… with? (Okay, we’re not really sure where we’re going with this analogy.)

Anyway, we’re hunting for the cutest cafe barista around the CBD and inner suburbs today. Which cafe do you nominate?


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