Selfieccinos are the latest trend to hit the coffee scene – because what is more millennial than drinking coffee and taking selfies?
Customers either supply a photo of their own or get one taken by a staff member, who uploads the image to an app synced to a printer.
After your drink is made, a layer of foam is placed over the drink as a canvas for the picture to be printed on.
When the photo is cropped, the coffee is lifted into the printer and your selfie is printed on the foam using edible ink.
ChanGe in Brisbane is the first café in Australia to offer the Insta-worthy drinks. Owner Angela Wang explained why she decided to jump on board.
"My friend said Brisbane needs something more interesting than just another cafe so she actually bought the machine for me and I was amazed at how well it worked," she told ABC News.
"The majority of the customers are Generation Y and tourists — some of the older people can't accept it and they don't want their face on anything.”
This process also works on bread, cheese and desserts – selfie cheesecakes, here we come!