Patio Coffee Roasters is like a cellar door for the coffee scene and caters to all areas of the industry.
There is a coffee drying method widely used around the world where the raw coffee beans are made into thin rows on large cement patios. The coffee is dried by the sun and is shifted every 30 to 40 minutes over six to 14 days. This method was inspiration for the name Patio Coffee Roasters and I believe it is also a symbol of patience, which is what’s needed when brewing, extracting and pouring the perfect coffee. The boutique was full of toys and tools to make coffee enthusiasts feel like a kid in a candy store. The shelves were full of different beans with various characteristics but it was the Synesso coffee machine on the counter that was ready to make my day. The barista suggested I start with an espresso of Panama Boquete from Maunier Estate. It had a rounded grapefruit acidity that lingered in the mouth and started to sweeten as I sipped on. I ordered the house blend called Compton St for my latte. Made up of beans from Brazil, Colombia, India, Guatemala and Papua New Guinea, it was presented with a symmetrical rosetta on top as the art and the taste was clean and bright with a hint of malt. The Tweedvale milk was textured beautifully and created an excellent mouthfeel throughout. Patio Coffee Roasters is like a cellar door for the coffee scene and caters to all areas of the industry. They roast their coffee in-house and do all sorts of training onsite. If you feel that your skills are drying up or you would like to start the day right, then come and hang out on this patio for a relaxing coffee and a chat. Patio Coffee Roasters 678 South Road,Glandore