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Must-Visit Coffee Roasters in Melbourne

11 Oct 2017

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Coffee addicts of Melbourne: unite! If there’s one thing Melbourne’s good at, it’s coffee. Victoria’s capital is known for having the best coffee in the country, and these roasters are no exception.

When you’re craving some caffeine, head to these local roasters for the best coffee in Melbourne.

St ALi – 12-18 Yarra Pl, South Melbourne

Known for their quality beans and unique brewing methods, St ALi also boasts head barista, Matt Perger, winner of a handful of prestigious awards. This back-street warehouse-chic café is a regular for serious coffee connoisseurs, local and visiting.

Top tip: Wish you could create those tulips in your morning latte? Check out St ALi’s latte art masterclass with Shin Fukayama, an internationally recognised latte art champion.

Industry Beans – Warehouse 3, 62 Rose St, Fitzroy

Whether you’re craving an espresso, pour over, AeroPress, or cold drip coffee, the coffee geniuses at Industry Beans can serve it up. Once run out of a garage, Industry Beans is now one of Melbourne’s leading coffee roasters. Take a sip and you’ll see for yourself.

Top tip: Take the time to savour your cup and enjoy the delicious brunch menu created by head chef, James Sanders.

Axil Coffee Roasters – 322 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn

Axil Coffee Roasters source green beans from all over the world to offer the best quality coffee they can. Owned by husband and wife Dave Makin and Zoe Delany, this special spot serves up some of the best brews in Melbourne. Visit the flagship café and roastery in Hawthorn and you’ll soon know what all the fuss is about.

Top tip: These guys have a strong focus on sustainability, making them a great pick for coffee drinkers who support environmental and socially responsible practices.

Everyday Coffee – 33 Johnston St, Melbourne

The guys at Everyday Coffee roast their own espressos and filters, serving a glass of sparkling water with every cup to give your palette a cleanse between sips. This intimate venue is perfect for coffee enthusiasts going in for a test taste. Be sure to grab a bag of beans on your way out if you’re a fan!

Top tip: If you’re looking to hone your inner barista, check out their selection of brewing equipment to make a great brew at home.

Melbourne is known for two things: coffee and culture. Once you’ve had your caffeine fix, check out the city’s art and culture scene with our list of must-see venues!