We are proud of our produce and the people behind it. Let us introduce you to some of them…
Axil Coffee Roasters
Meet our bean team, Axil Coffee Roasters. Founded by husband and wife duo Dave Makin and Zoe Delaney, the Melbourne-based roasters traverse the globe with one simple mission: to source, roast and produce the best cup of coffee possible.
Axil Coffee Roasters negotiate prices directly with producers, pay 25% more than the current fair trade price, visit farms to assess the quality of coffee before purchasing, and only work with sustainable producers. That means you can feel good about drinking Axil’s “direct trade” coffee. @axilcoffeeroasters
Holy Grain Bakery
Holy Grain’s handmade loaves are preservative and gluten free, and contain only Aussie ingredients. They’re not just for celiacs either - you’ll be surprised how satisfying a crusty gluten free loaf tastes, and how good you feel. Holy toast, it’s a miracle! @theholygrainbakery
Teadrop is a small tea house with big ambitions. A family owned business, these happy tea growers believe that tea is best served in good company and nice cups. @teadropcoffee
Daily Habit Cold Pressed Juice
Daily Habit Cold Pressed Juice is a Coolongatta juicery that makes raw, nutritious, full flavoured juices from local produce only. Pressed juice means more vitamins, minerals and enzymes in your bottle. How’s that for a good habit? @dailyhabitjuice
Newrybar Fruit Farm
Nick from Newrybar Fruit Farm is one of our favourites for organic, seasonal and local produce. When he’s not busy tending to the fields and driving Land Rovers, he’s using social media to encourage people to support local farmers. Follow him here @newrybarfruitfarm
Kito and Spice
Organic, vegan, locally brewed beverages including mylk, matcha latte and spiced cacao. @kito_andspice
Local cheese specialists.
Villa Rustica Ceramics
Greg Furney is the local potter behind Velvet’s custom made serving ceramics. He runs Villa Rustica Ceramics out of an idyllic studio housed within Villa Rustica. If you love his work as much as we do, you can organise a visit to his studio to see him in action, or pick up a platter or plate of your own at The Design Exchange Gallery in Bangalow. We’re convinced our food tastes better in Greg’s ceramics.
Sunday Sustainable Bakery
Sunday Sustainable Bakery make artisan, ethical, locally sourced organic bread. They’re also super into llamas and alpacas, judging by their Instagram account. @sundaysustainablebakery
Organic chai made locally, based on traditional Ayurvedic recipes