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Toby's Estate Coffee

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by Wei Shi Toh (subscribe)
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Published May 23rd 2011
Toby's Estate Coffee - Sydney

Toby's Estate Coffee is coffee with conscience.

An active supporter of the fair trade initiative, Toby's Estate sources quality coffee beans from different coffee-growing regions such as Brazil, Costa Rica and East Timor. Middleman costs are eliminated and greater transparency is conferred through direct trade, where Toby's Estate purchases green coffee beans directly from growers.

At the core of good coffee lies an intense passion for the little brown bean. From seeking out premium arabica coffee beans from growers committed to environmental sustainability to ensuring fair prices are paid for their beans, Toby's Estate coffee ticks all the boxes.

The uplifting scent of freshly ground coffee awakens your tired soul as you approach a Toby's Estate cafe. With numerous outlets littered all over Western Australia, New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland and Victoria, coffee afficionados can delight in easy access to good coffee.

The coffee may vary depending on which outlet you patronize but is generally robust with bright, nutty notes. Tea and coffee are also available for non-coffee drinkers and those seeking a little variety.

Coffee is one magical brew that has the power to reinvigorate fatigued urban dwellers and create a sustainable livelihood for coffee growers.

At Toby's Estate, that magic is propagated through a sense of social responsibility and passion for good coffee.

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Why? Great coffee, passionate people and a sense of social responsibility.
When: Anytime
Where: Outlets in WA, NSW, VIC, SA and QLD.
Cost: AUD3 - 5
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