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day and a good way to meet up,” she said.

“Peo­ple al­ways meet up with friends and fam­ily to get cof­fee, it’s a good so­cial thing.”

But at the end of the day, Lucky Bat Cafe barista Zara Deery said, be­ing kind to cus­tomers and serv­ing them with a smile can make all the dif­fer­ence in the world.

“If you make cof­fee with a smile and love, you can’t re­ally go wrong,” she said.

“IT GROWS MORE AND MORE EACH YEAR, PEO­PLE ARE GET­TING INTO DIF­FER­ENT TYPES OF COF­FEE, PAR­TIC­U­LARLY THE COLD BREW WITH THE HOT WEATHER — THERE ARE MORE SHOPS POP­PING UP, PAR­TIC­U­LARLY IN THE SUBURBS”

“IT’S KIND OF THE DRINK­ING CULTURE, ALL WE DO IS DRINK UP HERE AND YOU CAN’T DRINK AL­CO­HOL DUR­ING THE DAY SO YOU HAVE TO DRINK COF­FEE — WE AREN’T LIKE THE ENGLISH, WE CAN’T DRINK TEA ALL DAY. MAYBE WE LOVE IT BE­CAUSE WE SWEAT IT ALL OUT IN THE HEAT — YOU NEED TO DRINK COF­FEE TO KEEP YOUR­SELF GO­ING”

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