In a world of increasing automation in the coffee industry, baristas are looking for ways to extend their service offering and develop skills and competencies in new areas within the workplace. We ask ourselves is this a coffee shop of the future?

June 21, 2018 / no comments

In a world of increasing automation in the coffee industry, baristas are looking for ways to extend their service offering and develop skills and competencies in new areas within the workplace. We ask ourselves is this a coffee shop of the future?

So proud to be working together with the fam @gipsyboyboutique in Joondalup, celebrating their 4th birthday this week. Definitely the best part of our job is being able to see and play a tiny part of these kinds of success stories from other local small businesses.

May 27, 2018 / no comments

So proud to be working together with the fam @gipsyboyboutique in Joondalup, celebrating their 4th birthday this week. Definitely the best part of our job is being able to see and play a tiny part of these kinds of success stories from other local small businesses.

Micrology on the road again. Have you got your tickets? We’ll be doing a little pop up at this years Groovin The Moo festival in Bunbury feat. Royal Blood, Portugal The Man, Tkay Maidza, Claptone, Paul Kelly, Flight Facilities and a heap more. We’re giving away VIP tickets to a lucky person within our wholesale fam this week.

May 1, 2018 / no comments

Micrology on the road again. Have you got your tickets? We’ll be doing a little pop up at this years Groovin The Moo festival in Bunbury feat. Royal Blood, Portugal The Man, Tkay Maidza, Claptone, Paul Kelly, Flight Facilities and a heap more. We’re giving away VIP tickets to a lucky person within our wholesale fam this week. #moocrology

Over one quarter of our ‘Blue Note’ blend is a very special microlot grown at an elevation of up to 2,200m in Nariño, Colombia by a few neighbouring farmers who own less than 2 hectares of land each. The warm days and cool nights at this altitude allow the fruit to mature slowly resulting in a really unique, complex and super sweet flavour. To help preserve its goodness the coffee is vacuum packed in 15kg “bricks” and shipped in heavy duty, rigid boxes….Because we believe our local coffee drinkers deserve the highest quality in every bag.

February 27, 2018 / no comments

Over one quarter of our ‘Blue Note’ blend is a very special microlot grown at an elevation of up to 2,200m in Nariño, Colombia by a few neighbouring farmers who own less than 2 hectares of land each. The warm days and cool nights at this altitude allow the fruit to mature slowly resulting in a really unique, complex and super sweet flavour. To help preserve its goodness the coffee is vacuum packed in 15kg “bricks” and shipped in heavy duty, rigid boxes….Because we believe our local coffee drinkers deserve the highest quality in every bag.