Fleurieu Living Magazine

Coffee revolution

Every few weeks, Jim Banman from Villeré Coffee rolls down my driveway to deliver a fresh batch of artisan coffee beans, skilfully roasted by his business partner and wife, Carol. This week we’re drinking the Brazil blend – the tasting notes tell me to look for cocoa, caramel sweetness, red berry, bright citrus acidity and roasted hazelnuts. While I can’t say my palate is completely up to that task, I can say that it’s damn delicious.

Villeré supplies local businesses across the Fleurieu but when I recently asked Jim to nominate a favourite café, he quailed, saying that would be like ‘asking me which of my children I love the most!’ But

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