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Our partners in exceptional coffee experiences.


While a large part of our world is sourcing and roasting delicious coffees, an equally important focus is on developing great relationships with cafes owners around Australia who share our vision of accessible, excellent coffee experiences. These partnerships come in all shapes and sizes, but this uniting goal to craft our coffee with care and to share it generously unites us.

The family of cafes we now work with warms our heart – some of them are just starting on their specialty coffee journey, while others have many miles under their boots and are part of shaping how we, and the world, think about this tasty brew. Put a face to a name and hear why they’ve chosen to partner with us.

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Barry

Opening with a bang, this beautiful, open, industrial space has been absorbed into Northcote community culture, whilst also becoming a destination café for those from outside this fast developing, hip northern suburb.

The owner/operators of Barry are super passionate about food and coffee, choosing only products and machinery they associate with quality.

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Pixel Coffee Brewers

Fresh, clean and beautiful! From the coffee, food and fitout to the succulents and flowers which fill the café, Pixel Coffee’s attention to detail and love of all things pretty shines through.

Owned by two long-time Perth baristas, Juliana and Kaya, with multiple WA Barista and Latte Art championships under their belt. They have experienced almost every level of the specialty coffee world; barista, trainer, account manager, origin trips and COE judging. So they expect nothing short of perfection from their coffee, as should you when visiting.

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La Veen Coffee & Kitchen

La Veen Coffee & Kitchen is located in a heritage-listed building on the corner of King and Wellington Streets in the Perth CBD. With amazing primeval brickwork and near floor-to-ceiling windows, the front bench is dwarfed by the behemoth of an espresso machine, a powder coated six group, 2nd generation Synesso Hydra.

The first in Australia. La Veen was 18 months in the making. They are the first to admit that they came to us with little knowledge of specialty coffee, but and have quickly established themselves as one of the best cafes in WA.

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The Crux & Co

Along with architect firm EAT, owner Kevin Li has created a gorgeous space in Albert Park, filled with soft textures, rounded curves and leather and brass accents.

Tucked around the back is a large commercial pastry kitchen where talented chefs create delicious concoctions which grace the pastry cabinet at the Albert Park location and its CBD counterpart, Crux & Co Patisserie. The equally gorgeous, albeit smaller, Little Collins venue offers a more streamlined service to meet the needs of the busy city worker.

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Excelsior Jones

Excelsior Jones made its mark on the specialty coffee from the moment its doors opened in late 2012. While their brilliance came as no surprise to us, taking out the coveted ‘Best New Café’ award in the Sydney Morning Herald and the elusive title of ‘Best Cafe’ in the Time Out Food awards (both in 2013) certainly made everyone in the specialty coffee industry take notice.

Although they are not new to the industry. Armed with years of established cafe industry cred, this Ashfield hidden little gem is the brainchild of Anthony Svilicich and James Naylor. When establishing Excelsior Jones the pair had a distinct vision in mind that was always going to be progressive and pushed the boundaries of flavour and Anthony says “partnering with Five Senses was a given”.

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Morning After

Located in the heart of Brisbane's West End, Morning After is the vision of mother and son Soula and Yianni Passaris. This professionally designed café by Derlot show their clear attention to details in which the design imparts an open community feel.

Besides the obvious attention to quality coffee made on a matte white powder coated Synesso, Morning After’s menu is mouth wateringly good. If ever in Brisbane plan on brunching here.

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Bunker

Bringing some character to the sterile new Brisbane development of Milton, Bunker is true to its name - tucked away in an old garage over grown with creeping fig vine.

Coffee and community are clearly on everyone’s minds as the enter the garage, which creates a fun environment to casually engage, talk coffee and check out their retail shelf full of brewing equipment, coffee and shaved drinking chocolate.

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Voyage Kitchen

Providing the local community delicious food and coffee since 2004, Voyage have been a local favourite for quite some time.

The team at Voyage are meticulous in everything they do. They aim high, and hit the mark using only the best quality ingredients in all of their dishes, and their desire for excellence extends to their coffee too

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We work with many other inspiring cafe owners and are always keen on helping build a larger community of people focused on serving excellent coffee experiences. If you’re keen to chat with us about joining us in this pursuit, we’d love to hear from you.

 

 

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