Specialty Coffee: Roasted in Fyshwick
It’s no secret, a successful café business needs one thing above all else: great coffee. Our Fyshwick micro-roastery roasts and blends specialty coffees for local Canberra cafes, including the Black Mountain blend. The space includes a full training room and cafe support team.
Partnering with cafes is about more than just a box of coffee. Sure, it involves the practical things: training, equipment & technical support – but it’s more than that. We’re also a team who care about your business and want to help you grow. Here are just a few of the businesses we partner with every day.
“We've been really happy with the support, quality & follow up since changing to Seven Miles”
"We love being associated with a company that cares about our business & works with us to improve & build on what we’re doing"
"My only regret is not changing to Seven Miles sooner!
I wasted so much time and money on a company who didn't want to see us grow"
“It’s just an abundance of knowledge at Seven Miles. For a small operator, it allows me to leverage that with my customers”
“The team at Seven Miles really care, and they want to help you succeed”
“Everyone at Seven Miles couldn't have been more supportive and helpful. You were never condescending and guided me through my difficult first year. I can't rave about you enough."
Frequently Asked Questions
Choosing the best coffee for your business depends on a number of factors: the type of business, the mix of customers and more. Thankfully, the process of finding the right blend of coffee beans involves drinking a whole lot of delicious coffee – poor you. Go ahead, contact us to arrange a tasting of our blends & single origin coffees.
Sure do. Depending on your business, we can supply a range of awesome coffee equipment either on loan or by rental. You’ll need to speak with our local team in your area for details. Of course, if you have your own equipment, we can help with that too. If you’re just researching right now, take a look at our guide to the best commercial espresso machines for some inspiration.
Service is a big deal for us…that’s why we have our own team of full-time Coffee Professionals working with you, in your business. Every day, our coffee pros work face-to-face in our customers’ cafes, providing on-site training, equipment calibration and solving technical issues. They’re not busy selling coffee beans or working in a warehouse – their whole job is to help you & your baristas deliver amazing coffee to your customers.
Add to this a dedicated Commercial Manager and our Customer Support Team, and you’ve got the most thorough service & support network of any wholesale coffee roaster.
Wholesale coffee pricing goes way beyond just sending a box of coffee beans. Depending on the business, it could include equipment, technical support, training, marketing, business support and more…in short, it’s complicated.
The best way to get a price is to talk with our local team who can tailor a package to suit your needs. Our team are coffee experts, not salespeople – so go ahead, ask a question, they’re always happy to help.
Our training facility in Sydney is certified as a premier training campus by the Specialty Coffee Association. We also have local training centres in Brisbane, Canberra, Parramatta & Mittagong. The courses are run by a team of trainers with decades of experience in delivering practical, professional training.
Whether your team are new to specialty coffee, or are ready to step up to the next level, we can help you take them there. Click here to view our courses and schedule.
Coffee training also goes beyond the classroom – our team of local coffee professionals are on the road to help your baristas nail the perfect coffee.
Yes, we can help.
From A-frame signs to reusable cups, umbrellas to digital media – there are variety of ways we can help you let the world know where to find amazing coffee.
To find out how we can support your business, contact us to talk with our local team.
In Australia, coffee from a typical wholesale coffee roaster can range in price from $20/kg (for low quality coffee with no equipment or support) through to $35/kg or more (for high quality coffee with equipment & support) , with most cafes paying somewhere between $25-$30/kg.
Why such a big range in price?
There are a few factors that will influence the price you pay:
- The volume of coffee you buy – the more you buy per week, the lower the price they can charge (up to a point). For brand new locations this can get tricky, as the business doesn’t yet have a track record.
- The quality of the green (unroasted) coffee – higher-quality, specialty grade coffee costs more to buy
- Loan Equipment – if a coffee roaster needs to supply an espresso machine, grinder & other items on loan, then they will need to build the cost of buying, installing & maintaining that equipment into the price they charge
- Other services – The costs of barista training, marketing support (like signage) & other accessories also need to be considered.
How do I find out more?
The process of finding the right coffee, equipment & other support is fairly simple – however, the best option will vary depending on the specific needs of your business. Our local team work with cafe businesses all day, every day. Contact us and we’ll take you through it.