Beanhunter Coffee Club – Hark Coffee Roasters
What is your roastery’s ethos? Make a product that is a knockout in the cup, flavour is king. Roast beans in a way that honours their personal flavour traits and make it understandable to the customer. Consistent coffee, that tastes amazing and all the people involved should love what they are doing…simple.
Beanhunter Coffee Club – Passport Specialty Coffee
24, March, 021
What makes you unique? Our focus is on high end, unique, and affordable coffees from places that many people would not think to look. We have relationships with many farmers, mills & exporters around the world and are constantly in search of new ideas and coffees.
Beanhunter Coffee Club – DC Specialty Coffee Roasters
11, March, 2021
What is your roastery’s ethos? Individuality expressed. We don’t do things the way everyone else does, we like to take a different path, we think outside the box, coming from left field and mixing things up. We are curious, independent thinkers, who explore the edges.
Beanhunter Coffee Club – Timely Coffees
24, February, 021
What makes you unique / what is your roastery’s ethos? Our vision at Timely Coffees is to provide access to meaningful coffees. We think first and foremost about how we can present the coffees we roast in a way that is easy to understand and approachable at all times. For example, we refer to all …
Beanhunter Coffee Club – Kai Coffee
27, January, 021
What is your roastery’s ethos? We are really nice coffee snobs! All of our staff are incredibly passionate and knowledgable about specialty coffee. We ALSO love people and never want to be pretentious but instead inspire people to love coffee as much as we do.
Beanhunter Coffee Club – Motobean Roasters
30, December, 2020
Motobean is a household classic here at Beanhunter and this time the crew are bringing us something totally relevant to right now: The Candy Cane Christmas blend. This is what Motobean Roaster’s Head Roaster Lachy Evans shared with us about it:
Beanhunter Coffee Club – Expat. Roasters
20, December, 020
What is your roastery’s story/ where did it all begin? Founder Shae Macnamara is at the helm of all product development. Shae’s career in coffee stems beyond 17 years, travelling extensively throughout Europe, USA, South America and Asia learning the art of coffee, differences within coffee cultures and working directly with producers and farmers.
Beanhunter Coffee Club – The Town Roaster
2, December, 020
What is your roastery’s ethos? There is a wide world of wonderful coffee to be experienced. Coffee is grown and processed by innovative, sustainably-minded farmers and producers. We want to showcase some of them.
Beanhunter Coffee Club – Brewhouse Coffee
6, November, 2020
What is your roastery’s story/ where did it all begin? Brewhouse Coffee began in the Brewhouse Café in Bendigo in 2011. Where they roasted for themselves for café use. Eventually enough wholesale demand meant they needed to move out to our current East Bendigo warehouse and upgrade from a 5kg roaster to the 60kg Joper …
Beanhunter Coffee Club – Undercover Roasters
20, October, 020
What is your roastery’s ethos? Great coffee, better people. That’s our mantra here at UCR. Our passion for coffee speaks in every single cup. We aim to always stay humble, to learn and grow. We source fresh green beans from all over the world, with an emphasis on coffee that is ethically grown, hand-picked and carefully …