Rumble Coffee

Rumble Coffee Roasters keeps things clear

Rumble Coffee Roasters is passionate about creating a sustainable supply chain and giving producers the credit they deserve. To achieve this, Rumble Coffee Roaster Director Joe Molloy believes it’s not just important to educate the barista serving its coffee, but the industry as a whole, from farmer to consumer. “I don’t think the industry is sustainable the way it is and we need to start talking about these things,” Joe says. “Coffee is too cheap. The coffee price is the lowest it’s been in decades. You can buy lots of cheap coffee, but it’s not a sustainable move for us [the roaster] or the industry as a whole. We’d like coffee drinkers to be happy to pay more for a cup of coffee [and understand why].”
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Rumble Team-Up Series

Rumble Team-Up Series

Rumble Coffee Roasters has announced the Rumble Team-Up Series, a collaboration between Rumble and its most dedicated customers. Together, they cup a selection of seasonal micro-lot coffees, then let the customer and their staff choose their favourite coffee for their exclusive use. 
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Melbourne Coffee Week

Melbourne Coffee Week day two to include cold brew masterclass and more

Day two of Melbourne Coffee Week, 5 February, will see three coffee industry events held in the lead up to the 2019 Melbourne International Coffee Expo from 7 to 9 February. From 9am until 10am, Rumble Coffee Roasters and First Press Coffee will partner to host a cold brew and cold drip masterclass at Rumble’s Kensington roastery.
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Wishbone

Wishbone

Elsternwick café Wishbone is very much a personal extension of Owner Alisa Barnes. Though not indicative of the café’s Japanese inspired menu, Alisa says Wishbone’s name encapsulates what she wants the café to be.
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Rumble Coffee Roasters launches Transparency Project

When it comes to the price paid for green beans, most roasters’ lips are sealed, but not Rumble Coffee Roasters. The Melbourne-based roaster has launched a new Transparency Project that will release the price paid to the farmer or co-operative for each of its coffees.  Rumble Coffee Roasters’ Director Joe Molloy says the new sourcing model leaves nowhere for the roaster to hide, and for good reason. 
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