In 2014 Benjamin Stronach and Natalie Kirwan opened the doors of The Queensberry Pour House in Melbourne after stumbling upon the location on a early morning bike ride through Carlton.This is where our featured roaster this week, Tin Man Coffee Roasters, came to life joining the fast pace coffee community ingrained in Melbourne’s culture. The Head roasters Benjamin Stronach, Natalie Kirwan and Hyunsuk Ko stand by being unique. “We believe every cup of coffee is a snowflake and should be celebrated for its uniqueness” and after 15 years of working with coffee Ben now simply hopes “to surprise and delight people with the coffee.” At Tin Man Coffee Roasters they prefer to steer away from industry standards and instead focus on the ever-changing flavour and lifecycle of coffee. “We change the tasting notes and the way we roast and brew our coffees everyday – it’s an organic product. It’s alive.…Continue Reading
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Recent Club Writeups
Posted 15 days ago
Join the Beanhunter Coffee Club and drink amazing coffee, every time. Started by husband and wife team, David Makin and Zoe Delany, Axil Coffee Roasters have covered some good ground in establishing themselves as one of Melbourne’s specialty coffee institutions. After years of success on the coffee competition circuit they opened their flagship store Axil on Burwood Road, Hawthorn. At the heart of what Axil does is to source and roast amazing coffees. This stems from loyal, long-term relationships created with producers that they can honestly call their friends. When they travel the globe to visit the coffee farms they stay with them on the farm, fully experiencing and being exposed to the year that’s been. 95% of Axil’s coffee is sourced through direct trade relationships. This approach means they constantly have the closest connection possible at all times with their direct trade relationships. Enabling an understanding of the coffees…Continue Reading
Posted a month ago
The Beanhunter Coffee Club invites you to enjoy a cup with roasters hailing from Tullamarine, Rosso Roasting Co. Head Roaster, Ramez Abdulnour started the Rosso Roasting Co in 2005 in pursuit of formulating an honest blend that would excite those who were graduating from second wave coffee and capture the attention of coffee aficionados. After many months of trial and error the Rosso blend is the result of this goal Ramez set out to achieve. As well as roasting a variety of single origins, the team also puts their efforts in to creating one blend that is the most consistent and desired flavour profile possible. We believe that it is important that people know what they are going to taste in the cup when they see our brand. “We are making specialty coffee approachable and in reach of those wanting to expand their palate,” explained Ramez. Currently the coffee…Continue Reading
Posted 2 months ago
“Good, better, best. Some people are fine with being just good at something, we want to be the best. From the green coffee we buy, to how it’s stored and roasted. There is no point doing things in halves.” ST ALi was started by Mark Dundon in 2005 and purchased by Salvatore Malatesta in 2007 which is when ST ALi really started to grow. They started out roasting right inside their cafe but moved across the street to accommodate their growth and now they are roasting out of their Port Melbourne headquarters. The ST ALi team is what makes them unique. The team consists of Andy Todd the head roaster, Lucy Ward the procurement strategist and a whole rage of other characters. Coffee geeks, designers, punk rockers, artists and surfers all working together to bring you the best of the best. In the future expect to see ST ALi everywhere.…Continue Reading
Posted 2 months ago
Established in 2012 Code Black Coffee began solely as a roastery only roasting single origins to supply cafes but Code Black has been growing ever since. Joseph Haddad is the brains behind it all. He is the one who nurtured the company from a small roastery with a 12kg Probat to a roastery and cafe. This eventually lead to the opening of a new head quarters in which they hosted the 2013 Victorian Barista Championships on their opening day. From 2013 onwards the Code Black team have been creating blends and focusing more on wholesale to further their growth. The team at Code Black Coffee consists of Joseph Haddad the owner, Archie Chiu who is head of quality control and oversees the whole operation, Zenki Ho who runs the daily roasting schedules and Sam Low who is also part of quality control and is a coffee trainer. Code Black’s head…Continue Reading
Posted 3 months ago
Intent, clarity and consistency are the three words that power Five Senses Coffee. Each of their coffees is selected with clear intent based on what they want to present and once their focus is clear the beans are roasted to perfection. As for consistency, Fives Senses have it down to a science. ‘Our logistics and QC using roast data logging, colour grading and endless cuppings turn out coffees that baristas can turn into predictably delicious brews again and again.’ Five Senses Coffee has a rather large team beginning at Dean Gallagher, the man who started it all in 2000. Pervious to working with coffee Dean was a school principal in the Simbu Province of Papua New Guinea but quickly fell deeply in love with coffee. This then lead him to a complete career change effortlessly falling into the speciality coffee world by simply teaching himself how to roast coffee beans.…Continue Reading