Martin is the best barista in Kenya and has a dream to open a cafe. Except, he can't. Kenyans don't drink coffee.
But he has a plan: he’s going to win the World Barista Championships to change coffee drinking culture in Kenya forever.
But, he's all alone and up against the richest barista teams in the world. Can he do it?
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