The only roastery within the Westfield North Lakes complex, Coffee Hit offer a range of specialty coffee blends and single origin coffee for dine-in, take-away and take-home bags. Their speciality coffee is sourced from local and regional farms and goes well paired with a bite from their breakfast and lunch menu. With an aim to bring Melbourne’s speciality coffee to Brisbane and the Moreton Bay Region, Coffee Hit has grown from a purely online store to serving the freshest, speciality grade coffee with everyone.
By obtaining the best quality coffee beans direct from the source and roasting in-store, Coffee Hit have complete control over the quality and flavour of your cuppa. To ensure you get the best coffee near Brisbane, their roasters are experienced coffee tasters, specialising in analysing the sensory aspects of coffee including flavour, aroma, body, sweetness, balance and aftertaste. This in-depth knowledge of different coffee varietals, where they’re grown and how they’re processed is how the Coffee Hit team can maintain consistency of the flavour profiles for each of their brews.
Most coffee drinkers now order their drink with milk which can often lead to the coffee flavour being washed out and watered down. With this in mind, Coffee Hit created a house blend that performs well as a milk-based coffee or an espresso!
The single origins on offer are something special that are only available for a short time and provide an alternative for regulars or for those who simply want to try limited editions specialty coffees, with some unique flavour compositions. If you’re a regular though, don’t be surprised if your barista is a bit shocked at your change of flavour – with a strong community focus, the Coffee Hit team love getting to know the locals and will endeavour to remember your order and have it ready to go when they see you in line!
At Coffee Hit, the team have a strong focus on fresh, quality coffee. This is why their buyers, who are also their roasters, often visit the source directly, heading out to the coffee farms themselves to forge relationships and ensure they’re up to date on the processes. From where the beans are grown to how they’re processed and fermented, each step is vital to the finished product at Coffee Hit. For example, coffee cherries are picked and sorted by hand, with only good cherries of the same amount of ripeness processed together – some even believe that cherries of the same size must be sorted together otherwise it may profoundly affect the flavour attributes of your coffee.
Coffee Hit, Shop 1270, Westfield North Lakes, 123 North Lakes Dr, North Lakes QLD 4509
0490 958 021
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