Our ‘beautiful’ new blend is here, but what did it take to make it a reality?
Coffee blending is an important facet of any roaster’s job, but what does it take to make a blend?
The first of its kind in Queensland and only second in Australia, this state-of-the-art machine acts as the final check on our freshly roasted coffee beans.
Learn more about the Maillard Reaction, named after Louis-Camille Maillard, the chemist who first described the process over 100 years ago.
What does it take to commission a new coffee roaster? Merlo Coffee’s John Palmer takes you through the process.
From the warm up phase, to the end of a full dark roast – what really happens to beans in a coffee roaster?
The secret to Merlo Coffee’s rich balanced flavour is the roasting profile that our roasting team strictly follow.
Steve’s office isn’t like most. It is a shiny, bright blue Brambati Roaster sourced directly from Codevilla, Italy.
The Merlo Brambati KS120 toastatrice (roaster), affectionately known as ‘Rosa’, is a state of the art machine.
Get to know a little bit more about John, one of the expert Merlo Roasters.
Our Head Roaster, Steve, recounts his time in Papua New Guinea visiting our major raw coffee bean supplier.