• Purosa Estate coffee with lime juice A good cup of Magneto every day

    Like many Australians, we have been brought up on the taste of Papua New Guinea coffee. The isolated tropical island located just a few hours by air from the mainland has always been one of the closest and more practical sources of beans for roasters. In 2011, we set out to develop a perfectly balanced [...] Continue Reading
  • Baked Desserts: Quality Ingredients and Delicious Flavours

    Coffee and desserts are a perfect match to treat yourself. Claire Stuart, baker and owner of Baked Desserts, has built her successful business around the philosophy: Use high quality ingredients only, always look for new delicious flavours. Claire and her husband Malac recently moved their location from Noosa to a Kawana Shoppingworld. Always wanting to [...] Continue Reading
  • Ryan Stegert Clandestino Roasters Washed vs. Natural Coffee with Ryan Stegert

    Ryan Stegert or 'Steg' is the Head Roaster at Clandestino Roasters. He was the first employee when the roastery opened in 2011. Starting out as a Barista in our flagship cafe, over the years Steg's role at Clandestino has evolved, having continuously gone from strength to strength. He is our main man sourcing and choosing the [...] Continue Reading
  • Handcrafted soaps with Andy Staley

    We’re bringing back the handcrafted coffee soaps made by our friend Andy Staley. We visited Andy at his home in Sunshine Beach where he lives with his partner Taylor (who has been working at Clandestino for many years and is running our barista courses), their beautiful daughter Sunday and two quirky dogs Honey and Daisy. [...] Continue Reading
  • Rebuild Women’s Hope: Helping Women Reclaim Their Life

    Rebuild Women's Hope Helping Women Reclaim Their Life Rebuild Women's Hope (RWH) was started by 28 year old Marceline Budza, who grew up in the Democratic Republic of Congo during one of the most violent periods in the country's history. In fact it was due to the economic and social struggles faced by her mother that Marceline was [...] Continue Reading