We love what we do. Not just finding and roasting beans, but bringing people great coffee experiences.
We are specialty coffee roasters, but with an independent view. We are expressive. We are multidimensional. We are independent thinkers. We see coffee as part of culture. We are driven by culture. Inspired by culture. We believe independent culture starts with independent thinking. This is where we exist.
We approach specialty coffee differently. We don’t just see it as part of coffee culture, we see coffee
as part of culture, different cultures. The different cultures that grow the beans, of our team that create
our coffee, the places where people experience our coffee and the different cultures of our customers. We are a little different, and we are happy with that. Our biggest project outside coffee roasting at the moment is “dc tunes” which is an initiative that supports local music and local venues by funding monthly gigs with unsigned local artists.
Dc coffee is Fair Trade certified, so what does that mean? When you buy products with the Fair Trade Mark, you support farmers and workers as they work to improve their lives and their communities.
The Mark is only given to organisations which meet Fairtrade social, economic and environmental standards and in the case of coffee it will only certify small scale farmer organisations. The standards include protection of workers’ rights, the environment & payment of the Fairtrade Minimum Price.
Pick up a pack of dc specialty coffee at Coles in the Gourmet Selections aisle, good independent supermarkets or online via their website.
Strong, Rich Body with Toffee, Honey and Vanilla Notes. Fairtrade Certified Colombian Anei and Sumatra Mandiri
Mild, smooth body with delicate notes of caramel, hazelnut and milk chocolate. Fairtrade certified Brazil Boa Esperanca
Medium, silky body with chocolate, blueberry and almond notes. Fairtrade certified Ethiopian Sidamo Oromia Coop.