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Silvia shines

There are two distinct aromas that make Silvia Colloca’s household the envy of most on a Sunday morning – freshly baked bread and freshly roasted coffee on the kitchen bench.

“Those are the days you really want to be at our house. The smell is just incredible. It permeates every single room,” Silvia says.

Freshly brewing coffee on a little moka pot has been a beautiful morning ritual ever since Silvia recalls growing up in Milan, Italy.

“Italians wake up to that particular sound which I love: coffee almost chirping and spitting out of the coffee machine,” she says.

That exact ritual has followed Silvia to her home in Sydney where she now lives with her husband and three children. More than just a ritual, however, drinking quality coffee has become somewhat of an obsession for Silvia’s

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