One of Taylor Swift’s backup dancers ‘fell in love’ with a Melbourne coffee shop while exploring the city during the singer’s Eras tour.
Kameron Saunders, a star in his own right, said the coffee was so good at South Melbourne cafe St Ali that he ordered his usual flavored syrup-free iced latte for the first time.
The 31-year-old is one of Taylor’s most notable dancers and fan favorites and is responsible for quipping ‘Yeah Nah’ in a flawless Australian accent during the bridge of the singer’s hit song We Are Never Getting Back Together.
Kameron listed all the things he loved most about Melbourne, including playing vintage arcade games at the ACMI museum, taking a boat down the Yarra, shopping and sampling the city’s world-famous coffee scene.
“I fell in love with St Ali and had an iced latte for the first time without any flavor (which is HUGE for me) and I LOVED it,” she wrote.
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Taylor Swift’s backup dancer Kameron Saunders (pictured) said he “fell in love” with St Ali cafe in Melbourne while exploring the city after performing on the singer’s Eras Tour.
Kameron is one of Taylor’s fan-favorite dancers, responsible for quipping ‘Yeah Nah’ in a flawless Australian accent during the singer’s hit song We Are Never Getting Back Together.
Kameron said the coffee was so good at St Ali’s South Melbourne cafe that she ordered her usual iced latte without flavored syrup for the first time.
St Ali Coffee has become a Melbourne institution with seven locations in the Victorian capital and one in Indonesia.
The South Melbourne store was the first to open in 2005 and had its own general store selling St Ali coffee beans and gourmet food products.
It offers an eclectic menu of classic brunch and coffee options, as well as unique concoctions like the Coco Mingle with espresso, chocolate cream and coconut water or the Orthodox Freddo with tropical syrup, chocolate powder and dried orange.
“I fell in love with St Ali and had an iced latte for the first time without any flavor (which is HUGE for me) and I LOVED it,” Kameron wrote on Instagram.
St Ali Coffee has become a Melbourne institution with seven outlets in the Victorian capital and one in Indonesia.
Kameron isn’t the only one raving about the coffee, as the South Melbourne branch alone has racked up more than 3,000 rave reviews.
One coffee lover said he had the best long black he had ever had in Melbourne and another said he “couldn’t fault” the food.
‘A fantastic little gem in South Melbourne. “What you order and what you get is quite unexpected, but still delicious,” said one diner.
‘If you like coffee, this is the place to be! You can try their different blends, including seasonal ones. The coffee is smooth and creamy,” wrote a second.