Beanhunter Coffee Club – Atomica Coffee

Atomica Coffee began when Toli Avgerinos moved back to Melbourne after a stint of making coffee in Santorini. Toli’s first café was at the Parahan market in 1991. After noticing a lack of lack of flavour and depth in the beans, he began to experiment with his own roasts. Shortly after Atomica Coffee was born. In a small café in Brunswick street, Fitzroy, Toli began importing green beans and roasting on site.

‘You’ve got to imagine a small cafe with smoke pouring out the door, customers not really knowing what was going on and then discovering a great little place to come and not only have coffee but smell coffee and see it being roasted.’

The head roaster at Atomic is Matteo Secci and he definitely has his work cut out for him. ‘Atomica is unique in we ALWAYS, without exception; roast each single origin bean and then post-blends. Because we never batch-roast, you can be sure that when you’re enjoying one of our blends, that you’re getting the best out of every bean.’

Atomic takes no short cuts they source the finest quality green beans and roast them individually to ensure the perfect blend every time.

‘The perfect coffee is the one that makes you want to have another one straight away.’

This week on the Beanhunter Coffee Club you will be drinking:


Ethiopia – Costa Rica – Brazil
Tasting notes
A floral cup with hints of orange blossom and roasted, sweet almond


La Ruda Estate – High grown – Fully washed
Tasting notes
Dark cup clean spicy notes moving to walnut, hazelnut, honey and apricot

We hope you enjoy this week’s cup. The Beanhunter Coffee Club is the best way to discover amazing coffee – join today!