Steve’s office isn’t like most. It is a shiny, bright blue Brambati Roaster sourced directly from Codevilla, Italy.
Learn how to get grit free coffee with minimal bitterness by using this total immersion brewing technique.
The syphon may look like a bit of a science experiment, but it delivers a certain theatre to your coffee experience and has exceptional brewing results.
There are a number of internationally recognised standards that coffee beans need to meet for export.
The Merlo Brambati KS120 toastatrice (roaster), affectionately known as ‘Rosa’, is a state of the art machine.
Part of learning to make great coffee at home is being able to steam your milk perfectly for latte and cappuccinos. Learn how in six easy steps!
The plunger is a simple way to prepare coffee at home and requires no extra filtration – the device does it for you.
This traditional Italian brewing method uses steam pressure to create a strong brew, similar to espresso.
Investing in a grinder at home will ensure you get the best out of your freshly roasted coffee beans.
Just like picking up your fruit and vegetables from the farmers market, the coffee you buy should be as fresh as it gets.
As the appreciation of good coffee grows, so too does the popularity of home espresso machines.
As one of the world’s favourite beverages, it’s understandable that there is a sizeable bank of research on the possible health benefits of drinking coffee.
Get to know a little bit more about John, one of the expert Merlo Roasters.
This isn’t just an exceptional bean, the Hands of Hope project supports foster care homes in Indonesia.
Our Head Roaster, Steve, recounts his time in Papua New Guinea visiting our major raw coffee bean supplier.
Winner of Australia’s Favourite Coffee/Tea for the second time running in the I Love Food Awards – Australia’s biggest people’s choice awards.