Coffee Roasters in Adelaide

Adelaide is famous for a few things, wine and the fringe festival to name just two. 

Coffee here though is becoming more and more famous, with the incredible coffee roaster scene.

I love visiting Adelaide and coffee sipping my way through the city. 

Adelaide's best coffee roasters

Best Coffee Roasters in Adelaide

There are so many roasters and coffee shops to visit in Adelaide. If your favourite isn’t on the list, please leave a comment below.

1. Elementary Coffee

Elementary Coffee is a specialty coffee roaster in Adelaide that focuses on single-origin coffees.

I spoke to the general manager Andy Easthope at Elementary, here’s how he described the roastery:

Where can we find you guys?

We have 2 sites, the original Young St Cafe in Adelaide CBD which is a thriving Mon-Fri cafe and our Roastery / Cafe in Torrensville on Jervois St, which is a 7 day a week brunch spot and where we roast everything for ourselves and our wholesale partners.

What is special about Elementary?

We’re very insular with our focus on coffee and shaping how our blends and microlots taste, which means we’re forging our own path, and that makes our products all the more special!

2. La Crema Coffee Roaster

La Crema Coffee Roaster is located in Adelaide and has been roasting coffee since 2015. 

I caught up with Deanna Gentilcore who is the Accounts Manager at La Crema. Here’s what she said:

What is special about La Crema?

La Crema coffee is a SA Family owned and run business. We service over 450 clients within SA.

When you walk through the doors at La Crema your greeted with that family vibe.

You’ll see Grandchildren and the family dog running around.

This is what makes La Crema Coffee different from other corporate companies.

La Crema sets its self apart by the products it chooses for their customers. They source only the best.

Whether this is French Syrups directly imported from France or supporting other family owned businesses like Mam beverages and the Infuse Tea company.

CEO Tony Gentilcore has been in the industry for over 30 years and his passion for the bean is something you don’t come across too often.

La Crema Strives to provide its customers with quality, consistency and service.

3. My Kingdom for a Horse

My Kingdom for a Horse roast their own beans on-site and offer a range of specialty coffee drinks, including pour-over and cold brew. 

4. The Coffee Barun Espresso Bar

The Coffee Barun Espresso Bar is a cafe and roastery with two locations in Adelaide. They carefully select green coffee beans from around the world and roast them in small batches to develop rich, complex flavors. 

5. Patio Coffee Roasters

Patio Coffee Roasters is a roastery and cafe based in Adelaide that has been roasting coffee for over a decade.

6. SOHO Coffee Roasters

SOHO Coffee Roasters have, through experimentation developed a reputation for producing complex, nuanced roasts. SOHO is famed for showcasing the unique profiles of select origins in both single origins and blends.

7. Altura Coffee

I spoke to Pasquale Agresta about Altura Coffee and here’s how he described the coffee roastery: 

“Established in Beverley, Adelaide, in 1999. Altura Coffee are a family owned specialty coffee roastery, striving for excellence within the world of coffee.

We believe good coffee and good service go hand in hand. Having established our roastery in 1999, a lot has changed over the years, but one thing has remained constant: our dedication to serving great coffee.”

8. Willow Bend Coffee Roasters

Willow Bend Coffee Roasters is a family owned and operated roastery located in the Adelaide Hills. 

9. 1645 Coffee Roasters

1645 Coffee Roasters is an Adelaide based coffee roasting company that has been operating since 2014. 

10. Cirelli Coffee Roasting Co.

Cirelli Coffee Roasting Co. is a South Australian coffee roastery located in Salisbury.

2 thoughts on “Coffee Roasters in Adelaide”

  1. Kindred Coffee is one of my favourites. There motto is Brew Good Do Good. The coffee is fantastic. Had to use a couple of other brands recently but when we got back to Kindred we were taken back to why we love it with the aroma and taste top notch

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