How far would you drive for amazing coffee? This month we were rewarded by travelling far from Brisbane city … as well as very close to it. One of our flavourites was a unanimous choice by the coffee enthusiasts who joined us on our Byron Coffee Odyssey and had to be included. Our flavourite coffees this month were:
Pulp Natural Organic Mexican
It was a scenic trip to from Federal to Alstonville and when we arrived, Nat took us on an espresso cupping journey. We tasted a Panama Geisha, the Mexican and a Sumatran. It was a sensory extravaganza with the pulp natural espresso shot appealing to everyone’s palate. If you’re keen to experience daylight savings … and amazing coffee first hand, take a trip to Alstonville.
Colombia San Carlos
After a hard morning at the office … well somebody else’s office … in the CBD, it was time to reward ourselves with a tasty long macchiato on the Colombian roasted by Industry Beans. It was a rich yet smooth and subtle coffee with just a touch of sweetness. Straight onto Instagram and into our flavour of the month!
Guatemala Las Minas
It’s always great to head to the home of Coffee Supreme in Brisbane and take on a recommendation for something new and exciting. Plenty of choice but only one outcome … awesome coffee. The fruitiness was delightful in this well-rounded long black!
Lamkin Lane Blend
It was another drive that yielded great results … this time for the milk coffee drinkers. In honour of Tilly taking out the Qld Barista champs we added a bonus coffee. The blend works beautifully with milk and is only surpassed by the chilled vibes and great people at Lamkin Lane. This is a must visit when you’re on the Sunny Coast.