We are locally based coffee roasters Gold Coast (Isle of Capri). We take our coffee very seriously and as such we only source the best Arabica beans available and roast those beans very carefully to develop and release the intrinsic flavours that are unique to each origin they come from. Hand crafting our coffee blends takes time but the end result is worth it, we spend time analysing the individual coffee origins and determining which coffees will work the best together across the different brewing methods. An individual coffees flavour can depend on the region, the soil type, altitude and processing of the coffee cherries; all of these factors can have an effect on the end product and its unique flavour.
The reason for all this hard work is that we want to showcase the best flavours possible, as we truly value our customers and want to showcase the hard work of the farmers who produce the coffee from the start.
Our premium blends and single origins of (Columbian, Kenyan, Brazilian, PNG, Peru, Ethiopian, Guatemalan and Mexican) coffee is locally roasted in our Gold Coast store. Drop by our Gold Coast café to taste the range of great coffee we have on offer. Our Coffee can be purchased in store or online and is available either as beans or freshly ground for espresso machines or filters/plungers
We hope that you will enjoy our coffees as much as we do. We roast for both retail and wholesale customers.
This black tea is also directly imported from Sri Lanka, this is a high quality...
Blend: Espresso Bella Roast Profile: Medium Taste Notes: Majority of Central and South American origin coffee,...
Many people who visit a coffee shop or make themselves a coffee at home often have a coffee that is bitter or does not highlight many of the possible flavours that they could have experienced had the person making it understood the importance of their grinder in making the "foundation" of the coffee. There are also many other people out there who think all coffees are bitter and are supposed to be served like that.
So here is a little bit of information on the importance of "dialling in your grinder" and knowing its importance in the coffee process.