• Every issue of Standart is beautifully designed and the content carefully curated in order to bring you into a one of a kind experience. It should be meaningful, enriching, and inspiring; Standart Issue 13 does just that.
  • These enamel mugs are sturdy and breakproof, perfect for your brewing needs whether you’re in the comfort of your own kitchen, or our camping in the beautiful outdoors. The wide 8cm rim allows for all your favourite brewing devices (Aeropress, Kalita 155 & 185, Clever Dripper, V60) to perch perfectly on top for added convenience. It’s also oven and stove-friendly, so you can even cook some sneaky snacks and soups in them! Designed by Perth-based artist Kate Skinner (Instagram: @katoskinnner) Care instructions: - Not for use in microwaves. - Dishwasher safe but hand wash is recommended. - It is not recommended that you scrub your enamel mug with abrasive material so as to not compromise the coating or prints. - When cooking with your enamelware, do not allow it to boil dry. Doing so may damage the enamel surface. - If enamelware is left empty on a hot burner or in a heated oven, switch off the appliance and allow for the enamelware to cool before adding liquid.
  • Standart issue 12 is here, bringing you more in-depth coverage of coffee, design, and the people behind it all. We’re all about asking the big questions and trying to find the answers over coffee, so we invite you to join us and our talented host of writers and artists for a fresh batch of articles and stories. In this issue, we take you from the genome of coffee right to the very edges of the cosmos, with pit stops at the foundation of democracy, post-conflict Colombia, and the white sands of Hawaiian beaches.
  • Our goal has always been to offer you an exceptional experience through meaningful content and solid design. Standart Issue 11 proudly accomplishes this with our latest collection of works inspired by the culture and humans of coffee.
  • Standart Issue 10 opens by captivating our imaginations with the mysterious origins of gesha coffee and challenging our perceptions of Brazil by covering issues of climate, environment, and mechanization. Matters of humanity also receive careful attention as we discuss appropriate activism and the place the social sciences hold in the coffee industry. Among these more complex articles are interviews with Coffee Master David Donde, KEXP Seattle DJ Cheryl Waters, an intriguing photo essay, and a must-have guide to the fabulous cafes of Tokyo.
  • In Standart Issue 9, Erin invites you to join her as she shares NYC’s longstanding obsession with consuming coffee in record breaking amounts. Erin Meister is a longtime coffee professional and journalist who just published her first book, New York City Coffee: A Caffeinated History.
  • Standart Issue 8 gets off to a cracking start with a seriously amazing coffee popsicle recipe. Barista educator and café consultant Eden-Marie Abramowicz shows us some southern hospitality in Atlanta, and Coffee Supreme’s supremely charming Al Keating checks in from New Zealand to give us a few tips on being a good boss.