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Melbourne's most instagrammable drinks

/ 04 Jun 2018

Melbourne may well be the world's most coffee obsessed city - but the king of caffeine can move over for these 5 colourful drinks found on the current Melbourne cafe scene.

Blue Unicorn megashake knows no age limit. Part shake, part dessert, part snack, diners at Brighton Soul can treat themselves with this delectable offering which has a little bit of everything to make the days seem longer.

Those not willing to venture into the cold can order Original Chai Co  Chai flasks to be delivered straight to their doorstep. Chai lovers can choose from the current classics: Rise to Energy Masala Chai flask, Hug in a Cup Chai flask and new additions: Turmeric Masala Chai and Chocolate Masala Chai.

Visitors to the Queen Victoria Night Market  can brighten up their Wednesday nights with the colourful and spicy offerings from Market Espresso, including Chilli & Spice, Peanut Butter, Peppermint & White Chocolate hot choccies, topped with whipped cream and marshmallows.

Those wanting to keep healthy over the colder months can add a Ginger Shot from Spring Street Grocer into their daily routine. The shot is raw, spicy and hot, definitely not for the faint hearted.

Tried and tested, ask any Melburnian and they will be quick to say that coffee will keep them going through winter.  Jazzed up with latte art.


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