Coffee

Love Is Coffee
Products:
Four different coffees
Certified Organic ingredients
Local outlets:
Township/suburb:
Diamond Creek
Notes (in their own words):

Love Is Coffee sells four different coffees: Ethiopian, Nicaraguan, Peruvian and Timorean. The coffee can be bought as either roasted beans or as ground coffee. The coffee is roasted on the day of the market using Certified Organic, fair trade coffee beans.

Quists Coffee
Category:
Products:
Coffee
Local outlets:
Own shop
Bitter Sweet Cafe, Ivanhoe East
Cafe Eden, Edendale Farm, Eltham
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Township/suburb:
Research
Notes (in their own words):

Quists Coffee brings 75 years of coffee knowledge and a passion for excellence to our roasting and packaging. They are commited to giving their customers exceptional service and have a reputation for quality bean selection, consistent roasting and blending and customer satisfaction. Whilst they import our beans from around the globe, they roast locally and are 100% locally owned and operated.

Specialty Coffee Army
Products:
Coffee beans, ground coffee, batch brew and pour over coffee
Local outlets:
Thomastown Trash and Treasure Market
Township/suburb:
Mernda
Notes (in their own words):

Specialty Coffee Army is a small, specialty coffee roastery who sell both freshly roasted coffee beans and ground coffee. They also have a coffee trailer, which sells batch brew and pour over coffee.

They roast only specialty coffee beans graded at 82+ using a gas roasting machine, following a precise manual roasting method for each batch, creating roasting profiles that match the specific origin of the beans. These profiles cover such subjects as the appropriate grinding methods and the right water temperature using different brewing methods such as batch brew, pour over, gravity press and cold brew.

Their single origin coffees come from a wide variety of places, including Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Honduras, India, Kenya, Mexico, Peru and Yemen.

Their coffees are roasted for both filter and espresso or milk based coffees.

They only source their coffee beans through importers that have followed strict specialty coffee rules, including trading ethically with the producers. To help reduce plastic waste, they use recyclable coffee bags that meet RedCycle’s standards.

As well as www.instagram.com/Toxikbeans, they have another Instagram page at www.instagram.com/SpecialtyCoffeeArmy.

Yarra Coffee
Products:
Coffee and chai
Certified Organic ingredients
Local outlets:
Brunswick Flea Market
Coburg Night Market
Local brands sold:
Cunliffe & Waters
Township/suburb:
Lilydale
Notes (in their own words):

Yarra Coffee have been roasting coffee for more than 20 years using Arabica coffee beans sourced from around the world. Their range includes certified organic and fairtrade coffee, plus a selection of teas. Their products can be purchased either online or at their cafe, where they also serve coffee, tea, light lunches, cakes and biscuits, plus a range of coffee equipment and accessories. At the cafe, they choose a single origin every week to feature.

They also sell cups of coffee, chai and hot chocolate at selected markets. The coffee uses certified organic and fairtrade coffee. The chai that they blend is also made from certified organic ingredients.

Finally, they wholesale their coffee to cafes and restaurants across the Yarra Valley to Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula.