Shop 1/55 Maize Street Tenambit

0412 579 059

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OUR COFFEE

We offer our speciality ‘house blend’ in the main grinder. Our second grinder coffee changes on a regular basis and offers award winning single-origins and blends through to unique coffees rarely offered in the Hunter Region.

FOOD

We offer a range of Gourmet Toasties and Cakes all made in the Cafe. We have our regular fare along with weekly or fortnightly specials. As far as possible we source our ingredients locally and use only ethically sourced meats.

COFFEE ROASTING

We roast our coffee on site and use only ethically sourced beans. We are a Multi-award winning coffee roastery having achieved Gold, Silver and Bronze at both Sydney and Hobart Fine Food Awards. The latest being 2 Silver Medals at the 2018 Hobart Fine Food Awards.

Wholesale / Cafe enquiries welcome.

OPEN HOURS

monday
7:00 am - 2:00 pm
tuesday
7:00 am - 2:00 pm
wednesday
7:00 am - 2:00 pm
thursday
7:00 am - 2:00 pm
friday
7:00 am - 2:00 pm
saturday
7:00 am - 1:00 pm
sunday
8:00 am - 1:00 pm

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Coffee Facts – 1 Many people from all over the world have come under coffee’s delicious spell, and this love for a good brew has been represented in countless memes, movies, TV shows, books, poems and even classical music!  And all supposedly from the legend of Kaldi, a 9th-century Ethiopian goatherd discovering coffee after noticing his goats […]

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I’ve been asked a few times whether I have owned a cafe prior to Maize Street Roasters. I opened an Espresso Bar in Sandgate a few years back (which is still going today – having been re-opened by the new tenant in the building I was leasing part of). At a party I was telling […]

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VIEW FROM THE CUP

Coffee Facts – 1 Many people from all over the world have come under coffee’s delicious spell, and this love for a good brew has been represented in countless memes, movies, TV shows, books, poems and even classical music!  And all supposedly from the legend of Kaldi, a 9th-century Ethiopian goatherd discovering coffee after noticing his goats […]

Read More

I’ve been asked a few times whether I have owned a cafe prior to Maize Street Roasters. I opened an Espresso Bar in Sandgate a few years back (which is still going today – having been re-opened by the new tenant in the building I was leasing part of). At a party I was telling […]

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