7 December 2014

8th December 2014

Thanks to Adam's father who came up with our first guest contribution to the Calendar - you too can suggest something you'd like to see by emailing adamcreen@hotmail.com or leaving a comment below.

In 2009 a large-scale recreation of the Mona Lisa was made with a staggering 3,604 cups of coffee, and 564 pints of milk. Measuring 20ft by13ft – nearly ten times the size of Leonardo da Vinci’s original masterpiece - it took eight people three hours to complete. It was created for The Rocks Aroma Festival in Sydney, Australia, and was seen by 130,000 people who attended the one-day coffee-lovers’ event.

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