Do you ever wonder what you can do with all your left over Black Sheep coffee grounds? Well instead of tossing those beans to the curb we've got THREE ways for you to reuse your old coffee grounds.
Katie Daley is a silent superhero at Black Sheep. A total #girlboss superhero; you know, one of those behind-the-scenes-make-stuff-happen-type superheroes? She inspires those around her to basically be a better person with her happy-go-lucky mentality.
Check out the 'Black Sheep twist' we've given to Sydney’s famous Bourke Street Bakery’s dark chocolate and sour cherry biscuit... and find out why Katie's calling it "a summer Christmas hit!"
Genevieve is our resident dog cuddler, and when she isn’t fixing our IT issues/printer problems/software meltdowns, you’ll find her behind the bar, brewing the amazing coffee we know and love at Black Sheep. Despite studying, working, and patting dogs (sometimes at the same time), Gen constantly impresses us with the passion she brings to the roastery.
Today, our house blend and all-round favourite, Feeling Woolly, is a 5-bean blend, with smooth, lingering notes of dark chocolate, honey and malt.
But back when Black Sheep was a single, stainless steel cart at the Rocklea Markets, Mark was working hard to come up with the perfect blend...
When you think Black Sheep, you think coffee, right? We are a roastery after all. But did you know we also serve tea? And of course, it’s not just any tea…
Don’t be intimidated by Issy's dry sense of humour, this little greyhound (she's a fast runner) can make a killer coffee and the conversation is always a laugh. She’s easy going and in true Aussie form can take insults just as easily as she gives them. Stop by the Roastery and let her pour you a cuppa.
Here at Black Sheep, we’re all about the details. (Did you catch our recent post highlighting our charred walls?) This time around, we wanted to give you the story behind our gorgeous mugs and plates.
After such a great response to our Green Credentials post last month, we thought we’d tell you a little more about where your coffee (and other organic waste) goes...
Toby is a university student during the week, and a Black Sheep family member on the weekends. He’s a bright, young genius (he’s going to be a doctor!) with a beaming smile and his latte art is impeccable. He enjoys a little casual banter with the customers and might just be too friendly for his own good! We love having him on the team.
We’ve always been conscious of our impact on the environment, but the airing of ABC’s War on Waste really opened our eyes to the problem we’re causing in the community. We kept thinking, how can we go about making it better?
Lately we’ve managed to take some really big steps and we wanted to share them with you...
Want to know the secret behind our gorgeous black walls at the roastery?