Dan Smith the head roaster of First Fruits Specialty Coffee and Ben Taylor, the Director opened the doors of First Fruits Specialty Coffee after quite the journey.
Keith Reay, the owner of Roastworks Coffee Co. took quite the journey to build Roastworks Coffee up to where it is today but the one thing that stayed with him from day one was maintaining and growing relationships with customers and producers since it was these relationships that Roastworks Coffee Co. was crafted on. Continue reading “Beanhunter Coffee Club – Roastworks Coffee Co.”
The Vertue of the Coffee Drink is a micro roaster, cafe, kitchen and retailer based in Carlton, Melbourne, where all you will find is the best of the best.
‘We source the best green coffee we can, we roast to bring out the best in the bean and we serve it with care and respect.’ Continue reading “Beanhunter Coffee Club – The Vertue of the Coffee Drink”
Wide Open Road began roasting coffee in 2009. The founders Hootan Heydari and Jono Hill had previously opened the cafe ‘A Minor Place’ together and were looking to enter into the world of roasting for their next venture. Since then, Wide Open Road has been slowly growing and now consists of a small but dedicated team of coffee professionals, a bookkeeper, and a designer. Their team includes the Director of Coffee Dylan Hewitt, the Head Roaster Jack Bradshaw, Rinn Hubbard Queen of Operations and Josh Bedford Dispatch Guru. Continue reading “Beanhunter Coffee Club – Wide Open Road”
Contraband Coffee Traders began with Chris Legge’s fascination with coffee. He became completely enchanted with the roasting process after being exposed to it through helping set up other espresso bars and coffee roasteries in Melbourne. Being able to create and highlight particular characteristics from different coffees inspired Chris to start his own coffee roasting business where he could experiment with unique coffees from across the globe to bring their distinctive flavours to cafe’s all over Melbourne. Continue reading “Beanhunter Coffee Club – Contraband Coffee Traders”
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. Continue reading “Beanhunter Coffee Club – Atomica Coffee”