Cafes

Keep Up Your Coffee Standards With 7 Of The Best Delivery Services

By Millie Lester
26th Mar 2020

There’s a lot of things we’re all missing from what life was just a few weeks back, these things include but certainly aren’t limited to: beers at the pub, brunch the next morning at the local spot, yarns before work over a cuppa, the office (dare I say it), date night, dating, mates, family… the list goes on. Thanks to that thing called the internet, however, some of these things can be brought into our home in via live-streaming or home delivery, and that includes coffee.

So, if you’ve been avoiding how to make a batch brew, now’s the time. That, or be stuck with International Roast for the rest of your days. 

Allpress

Without a doubt some of the best coffee in Melbourne, and one of the major players in not only Melbourne coffee culture, but globally, too. Right now, the Allpress team is offering free next-day delivery on orders 1kg and over and 10% off coffee subscriptions. They also have a full range of easy to use tools that’ll have you brewing at home the moment your package arrives. Check out the range here.

ST ALi 

Cold-brew? Sorted. Instant coffee? Done. Fresh beans? You know it. Hand Sanitiser? Yep. ST ALi is staying ahead of the times with a slew of coffee and coffee-related products ready for delivery. Highlights include the Wide Awake cold brew which comes in a 4L cask, their 3 pack of espresso roasts coming in at $50 and the 75% alcohol hand sanitiser.

They’ve also put together a Community Breakfast Box, with butter from Pepe Saya, bacon from Uncle’s Smallgoods, some locally sourced eggs, a loaf Ned’s Bake sourdough and more. Get stuck in here.

Toby’s Estate

Favoured by many when it comes to the best coffee in Melbourne, Toby’s Estate covers the full spectrum when it comes to your caffeine needs. For those embracing their new laxed-out lifestyle from home, get on their single-serve instant coffee (all you need is hot water and about 30 seconds). Bedroom baristas are also squared off with their full range of espresso blends, and those who want to kill time by taking their coffee expertise to the next level can pick up an Aeropress kit along with other niche coffee paraphernalia. 

Dukes

The roasters behind CBD takeaway institute also have a hefty online catalogue for you to work your way through. Dukes take coffee pretty seriously, so if you’re planning on honing your brewmaster skills, this is the place to start. We’ve heard their single-origin Brazil Sítio Baixadão Natural Filter ain’t bad, by the way. 

Three Thousand Thieves

If the above is all sounding a little too much with everything going on in the world, get your (virtual) self over to Three Thousand Thieves for a coffee subscription. Kick things off with a stovetop starter kit (yep, there are instructions) and enjoy a new Australian roast delivered to your door each month curated by the roasters themselves.

Proud Mary

Local roasters Proud Mary has a $24 fortnightly coffee subscription that includes shipping. Enough said, really. If you jump online now, you can also score 10% off your next order. With their cafe closed as per the government’s recommendation, they’re also running a sourdough subscription that pairs perfectly with the morning brew you’ve just learnt to make from home. 

Axil Coffee Roasters

CBD favourite, Axil Coffee Roasters, offers bags of fresh coffee on its own and as a subscription. The no-fuss approach to coffee makes it a perfect entry point for anyone jumping in on the home brewing band-wagon (which let’s be honest, there’ll be at least a few of you right now). For those who are ahead of the curve, never fear, they have a single origin filter roast subscription, too. 

Coffee's not the only thing you can get delivered right now. Check out Melbourne's cheese delivery services here.

Image credit: Griffin Simm

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