Hobart Coffee Culture
Circling Tassie is on everyone’s bucket list and this collection features all the best coffee stops along the way. As the Artisan Capital of Australia, we knew we’d find some quintessential small-batch roasters to show off the best of Tassie’s coffees adorned by local foodies.
We’ve selected coffee from as far down South as anyone would want to go, hidden amongst native bush on the Tasman Peninsula, supplying coffee to solar-powered espresso bars perched on top of hillsides around Pirates Bay lookout in Eaglehawk Neck.
From Hobart’s CBD, we’ve got an early player in the scene ‘Villino Coffee’ with two cafes that are staple caffeine stops for local coffee lovers and visitors alike. Because we can’t go past a cobblestone laneway, we’ve stumbled across De Lacey Coffee Roasters selecting one of our very first organic coffees this year grown in the highlands of Papua New Guinea.
If you’re into what’s intriguing about Hobart then you can’t go past Straight Up Coffee Roasters on your way to the MONA art gallery. Situated just up from the River Derwent this Cafe & Roastery is for the cool cats run by a pair of sassy female roasters.
Together these coffees claim that Tasmania’s air (some of the cleanest in the world) circulating through their roasters makes the coffee taste better! We’d have to agree but you’ll need to try for yourself.
A product of years of dedicated roasting and blending to create this perfectly balanced coffee experience. The Synergy Blend is rich, sweet, and full-bodied with a caramel character, syrupy fruitiness, and floral notes. They say it’s perfect for Home Baristas who like a rich, creamy coffee that cuts through milk.
‘Wingman’, this is the coffee we’ve all been looking for that represents your dependable best friend who’ll never let you down and ensure you’ll always have a good time, night or day. Ethically sourced beans from Brazil and Ethiopia deliver a flavourful delight with hints of sweet honeycomb, chocolate, and almond flavours.
From deep down South hidden amongst native bush on the Tasman Peninsula. Wholly dedicated to the land and the hand. 100% naturally processed specialty grade micro-lot beans from Brazil and Ethiopia to create this signature blend hand-roasted to create an exceptionally smooth, sweet, and complex cup.
Our first single estate PNG, organic coffee bean grown in the highlands of PNG that produces some of the best, organic coffee in the region. One of the consistent bestselling roasts from de Lacey Roasters and fine foods whose reputation for producing coffee roasts and blends has won this family multiple awards including The Roayl Sydney Fine Foods Award, Royal Hobart Fine Foods Award, and the Golden Bean awarded Silver and Bronze medals in both Espresso and milk-based categories.
One 250 gram bag lasts about a week for one person drinking a coffee a day (double shots of course). Like the sound of this? Our coffee subscribers in the Home Baristas Club. say 1kg coffee in our monthly coffee destination plan is just perfect. A different Australian city’s choice collection each month: The Home Baristas Club.