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Grinders Coffee has a fresh new look

Kristy Aylmore

Thursday, 08 September 2022

Grinders Coffee for the first time in over 5 years has a fresh new look to be available in cafes and restaurants across Australia.

Grinders Coffee’s new look but same fresh beans, which are roasted and packed in Melbourne, will be hitting the market from October 2022.

Australians have very high standards when it comes to coffee. As one of the leading coffee brands in Australia, Grinders Coffee continues to bring great innovation with their new premium look. The range under the new look include their Classic, Foundation and Source blends.

Part of the fresh new look, Grinders is also launching a fresh new blend called Four Three Eight, hitting the market this October. A dark roasted, smooth finish bean, perfect for dark lovers. A delicious 100% Arabica blend sourced from the Espiritu Santos area of Brazil, and the highlands of Papa New Guinea. Created to compliment any milk coffee, where you’ll experience a well rounded chocolate & malt flavour with a lingering aftertaste.

The new premium packs have illustrations on the side that speak to the Grinders philosophy, connecting each of their major pillars through fun and light-hearted attitude. Their strong heritage is one of quality and about making sure they are doing our best to stay connected to the needs of the community. Grinders want everyone in their community to thrive and live well, and by supporting a sustainable product not only means a better future but makes coffee better now.

From humble beginnings on Lygon street, Melbourne, where the first espresso in Australia was poured Grinders has grown into a trusted quality roaster supplying to cafes, restaurants and leading retailers across Australia. It is now Australia’s 5th largest coffee roaster.

Sixty years on, Grinders is still leading the way in coffee and is today one of Australia’s most trusted coffee brands – but remains true to its heritage established by Giancarlo. With the help of their master roasters and bean hunters, their beans are carefully and sustainably sourced and roasted to perfection to create that delicious confluence of flavour and aroma that makes the coffees is unique. It’s a process they have mastered over generations and continue to tweak and perfect to taste. Every. Single. Day.

 

About Grinders Café Blends

 

Classic Blend

If you like your coffee strong and well rounded, this is the blend for you. It’s a crowd pleasing, punchy blend best suited to milk but with a strong Italian heart for espresso. The bold flavours that make up the Classic blend are a combination of Arabica beans from Brazil, Papua New Guinea, Costa Rica and Mexico. Also added for depth is the mild earthy flavours of the natural processed Robusta coffee bean to complete the blend.

 

 

 

Source Blend

Source is a versatile, fruity and complex three origin blend made up of 100% Arabica Rainforest Alliance Organic coffees from Ethiopia Sidamo, Papua New Guinea and Nicaragua. In the cup it’s a fruit-bomb as a black option and cuts through milk with its sweet caramels and malt notes. The mouthfeel is smooth, viscous with a rich body and a syrupy aftertaste.

 

 

Foundation Blend

If you like your coffee strong and well rounded, this is the blend for you. It’s a crowd pleasing, punchy blend best suited to milk but with a strong Italian heart for espresso. The bold flavours that make up the Classic blend are a combination of Arabica beans from Brazil, Papua New Guinea, Costa Rica and Mexico. Also added for depth is the mild earthy flavours of the natural processed Robusta coffee bean to complete the blend.

 

 

 

Four Three Eight Blend

A delicious 100% Arabica blend sourced from the Espiritu Santos area of Brazil, and the highlands of Papa New Guinea. Created to compliment any milk coffee, we recommend using our dark roast in lattes, flat whites or cappuccino where you’ll experience a well rounded chocolate & malt flavour with a lingering aftertaste.

 

 

 

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