Small Batch Roasting Co; prized San Bernardo varietal trees, carefully nurtured by the dedicated and lovely woman producer Diana Patricia Falla in Pital (Department of Huila, Colombia), provide a coffee with a syrupy mouthfeel, toffee sweetness and soft citrus and spice notes.
Where to Buy
103–107 Errol Street
Cnr Little Bourke
& Little William Street
Like Minded Projects
41–49 Smith Street
28–36 Grosvenor Street
By purchasing a CupFull coffee gift box you’re making a $5 charitable donation to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC); an independent, not for profit organisation and Australia’s largest provider of food, material aid, healthcare, legal assistance, education, and employment services for people seeking asylum, supporting over 2,000 people each year. Their mission is to protect, support and empower people to advance their own future.Learn More
Red Robyn Branding and Design are a Melbourne-based creative agency, home to a team of passionate brand specialists. The agency was founded in 2002, and while we’ve grown and evolved over time, our passion for the craft has never wavered. It’s our considered approach, creative expertise and collaborative working style that have Australia’s biggest brands trust us time and again with their brands.
We also love a coffee (if you hadn’t already guessed) and meeting new people, so if you’d like to know more, get in touch on 03 9529 1191 or email email@example.com.LEARN MORE
It’s pretty simple what we do: source and roast delicious coffee. Delivering high quality requires plenty of work backstage. Ethically sourced and sustainably focused ongoing relationships at farm level is key. Seemingly endless tastings, quality control and experimentation at the roastery. All of this in order to assemble a selection of coffee of the highest quality; consistently and with terroir a focal point. We’ve strong relationships with coffee producers in Costa Rica, Guatemala, Colombia and Honduras — relationships we’ve built in person, over repeated visits. We work closely with these producers and we are invested in and conscious of the many factors that determine cup quality.LEARN MORE
When coffee drinkers pick up a cup of Supreme coffee they have high expectations – so we try very hard to not disappoint them. Our approach is based on finding the best quality raw materials – the green beans – that we can obtain, and then roasting them carefully so that the entire inherent flavor potential comes through in the cup.
Over the years we have developed a lot of respect for the product, and for the care, consideration, and hard work that goes into growing great coffee and getting it from the farm into the cup. Understanding and respecting the effort that goes into great coffee means we pay growers well for really good coffees. We invest in building relationships at origin, and we take into account the complexities of sustainability when we choose with whom to trade. It also means we care about how well coffee is made – we do not want to see all that effort squandered by the end user – so we pay a lot of attention to quality control and barista training.
When we do our job well, coffee facilitates good relationships – between consumers enjoying good coffee together – and in the bigger picture, all the way along the chain from growers, exporters and roasters, to café owners, consumers and coffee enthusiasts.Learn More