What are your opening hours?
We are open for dine-in or takeaway (reusable cups only)
We don't take bookings, just walk-ins, but if you have a large group (more than 8ppl) then give us call.
What food do you serve?
We offer a basic menu of toasties and wraps, including vegan options, prepared by our friends at Yam Daisy. We also have pastries and treats every day from Ket Baker and Leah Bakes and have cinnamon scrolls from Saint Dough Co (Mondays & Thursdays only).
Where can I buy your beans?
We're stoked to be stocked in a wide range of grocer stores and cafes. Check out the list on our stockist page here
Don't forget we offer FREE EXPRESS SHIPPING Australia-wide for all orders over $50 and for orders below that we offer express shipping at a rate of $10.
Can I buy coffee ground?
Yes! We can grind your coffee for any brew method. When ordering from our website, be sure to select the grind setting you desire. If buying in-store, speak to our friendly baristas.
Do you sell alternative brew methods?
Yes! We stock a range of alternative brew methods. See our accessories page here to order online or chat to our friendly baristas to see which method will be best for you.
Do you have any recommended recipes for my brewing method?
Yes! We have a brew guide for our most popular brewing methods. Please see our brew guide page here for some tips on achieving a better brew.
Where do you source your green beans?
We use trusted importers including Bennetts, Minas Hill and Cofinet who all work directly with the farmers. We like to learn about the individual estates where the beans come from and look closely at their farming practices and worker conditions. We endeavour to only source beans from farms using sound, sustainable practices – and obviously producing beans of a high enough quality.
Are your beans fair trade certified?
Some of our beans happen to be Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance or UTZ certified, but we prefer to look at the wider picture. There are many farms around the world producing amazing coffee with sound practices and worker conditions in place, but do not have the means to achieve certification.
Essentially, we are happy to support any farms we see as doing the right thing and producing quality coffee.
We believe we’re taking an ethical approach and it’s hugely important to us. The fact that you’re reading this means you care about where coffee comes from too – and that’s a good thing.