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A Guide to Coffee at The Strand

on 10 September 2018 in Dining & Entertainment
Coffee is a daily ritual in Coolangatta. From the first scent of roasted beans pouring into fresh cups to the savouring of an afternoon pick-me-up, The Strand at Coolangatta has no shortage of coffee outlets to grab your caffeine fix.
 
Follow our guide to the best coffee at The Strand, with each café serving up something unique and brew-tiful.
 
Driven by the idea that coffee is not just a product but an experience, you know you’re in for a treat at the Black Sheep Espresso Baa. Serving up beans from Open House Coffee Roasters, sip on your brew with a view at this iconic hole-in-the-wall café situated opposite Coolangatta Beach.
 
Crema Espresso has sourced premium beans from Colombia and Brazil to create their own exclusive blend. If you have the little ones in tow, Crema also has a play area to keep the kids occupied while you savour the flavour.

Using only Fair Trade and sustainably sourced beans from local roaster, Blackboard Coffee, the baristas at Griffith Street Larder are passionate about their liquid gold. Regardless of how you like it, this local favourite has got you covered.
 
Start the day in true Cooly style – with a coffee and bacon and egg roll at Café 28 Cooly. If your ultimate brew includes hints of nuts, cocoa, caramel and fruits, you will be in coffee heaven with their delicious blend.
 
Sunbaked not only know bread, but they know coffee too. Serving up Brisbane-based beans from Fonzie Abbott, sip on the perfect blend of full bodied, sweet and fruity with chocolate tones and a touch of spice.
 
If you love espresso, you will fall in love with the Allegria blend brewed at Passiontree Velvet on Level 1. Rich and complex with a medium strength, there is no better way to enjoy coffee and cake or a post-lunch caffeine hit to get you through the afternoon.
 
 
 
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