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Mar 31, 2022

How should I store coffee?

Nicole Kennedy

What is the best way to store opened bags of coffee beans?  In general terms, the best way to store coffee is in an air-tight container, in a cool, dry and dark place.  A cupboard in your kitchen is ideal.

Mar 28, 2022

Cafe Guide: Getting the most out of your coffee

Nicole Kennedy

The ever increasing costs of running a cafe are real. The Covid pandemic is still causing issues with the availabilit...

Nov 14, 2019

How to brew the perfect coffee

Nicole Kennedy

Have you noticed your espresso shots tasting less than perfect? It could be that your machine needs a service. We can help with your repairs and maintenance but if you follow a simple daily cleaning routine you will be able to avert some major problems from occurring.

Sep 30, 2019

Top 5 frequently asked questions about coffee

Nicole K

Does it matter what milk I use? This is a highly contentious topic. In Italy, don't even bother asking for a soy cappuccino, it's full fat dairy milk or have it black! However, here in Australia we are a little more amenable - now you can get soy milk, skim milk, oat milk, almond milk, macadamia milk, hemp, rice, walnut, hazelnut, to name a few.

Sep 2, 2019

The high quality of PNG Coffee

Nicole K

Papua New Guinean coffee is packed full of flavour and aroma! Most commonly it has medium body, low to medium acidity, a syrupy mouthfeel with fruity notes.

Aug 7, 2019

The ideal home espresso set up

Nicole K

Would you like a professional espresso set-up at home? Those who do, find it very convenient and economically rewarding. Two coffees a day at $4 each will set you back $2,920 per year. For a similar amount you could have your own espresso set up at home that will keep producing cafe-quality coffee for a very long time.

Jul 22, 2019

Creating a new coffee blend

Nicole K

Creating the recipe is the first step, this involves tasting or cupping as it is known in the coffee industry, working out what percentage of each coffee works best, what roast-levels to profile and what blending techniques to use. With a little trial-and-error we finally reach a taste we agree on.

Jun 5, 2019

Climate Crisis and Coffee - A Work in Progress

Nicole K

There is a push for sustainability in coffee production, the full gammit: from growing it, roasting it, packaging it, consuming it and disposing of the spent grounds. All  of these processes have environmental, social and economic issues that are being identified, researched and more environmentally friendly options are becoming available.

Mar 6, 2019

Sisters who work together, drink coffee together

Nicole K

The best part of working with siblings is trust.   We have each others back, so working together is never a gamble. The worst part is having differences because someone inevitably has to give in, or you don’t get anywhere.

Feb 26, 2019

How to choose a coffee that is right for you

Nicole K

Choosing a coffee can be a little over whelming especially when there is so much choice on offer. You know you want something that you can enjoy every day, not just sometimes, it's got to be good every time. 

Feb 18, 2019

Our waste reduction journey continues...

Nicole K

The war on waste efforts are starting to make a difference in the coffee industry. There are more and more sustainable and recyclable products being introduced including eco-friendly takeaway cups. 

Feb 6, 2019

5 reasons why your coffee tastes bad

Nicole K

An espresso coffee should have full body, have a crisp brightness and a subtle sweetness with some bitterness.  It shouldn't taste overly bitter, sour or have a metallic taste. We've described 5 reasons why your espresso coffee may not taste as good as it should and what to do to fix it.
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Christmas & NY Closing Dates

Last day for order dispatch is 22 December.

We'll be closing over the festive season to take a long-awaited break for 2 weeks. Our final work day for 2021 will be 22 December. We will open the roastery doors again on Monday 10 January 2022.

Please note: any orders placed during this break will not be actioned until our return in the New Year.

Happy holidays 🎅

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