NAIDOC week is an opportunity to reflect and make plans. Through the lens of each year's theme, we take a fresh view of our actions and impact, and imagine a legacy we want to leave, and not one we leave by accident.
Let's start by saying that there is no "right" way to drink or make coffee. Whatever tastes good to you is what you should do. If that means that you have an elaborate ritual where you brew coffee on a coffee syphon, then that's great. If that means you are scooping instant coffee granules every morning because that's what you enjoy, then you should keep doing that. Yet, if you're brewing coffee at home in any way, knowing it's not as good as it could be, but you're afraid making it better is going to be too hard, then we've got something for you.
Today is IDAHOBIT 2021, so we're giving away free Timely pronoun badges with every order. Keep on reading to find out what IDAHOBIT means, and how you can get involved.
You might have noticed already, but there have been a few changes to the Timely Coffees website. After giving our overall online presence some deep considerations, we decided a few things needed updating. We've revised everything from the design to the layout, and this makeover has given us a new level of focus. So what can you expect from the new timelycoffees.com.au?
What if you could wake up in the morning, press one button, and have ethical, transparent, delicious, sustainable coffee pouring right into your favourite mug?
A lot has changed in the past 12 months, this much we already know. Lockdowns and physical distancing altered the way we interacted with each other.
At Timely, one of our core values is "Be Generous". For us, this can mean many things, from how we handle customer requests* to how we treat our suppliers. This means we spend a lot of time thinking about how we can give more to our customers and support other small businesses.
At Timely Coffees, we have a clearly defined vision for what we are, who we want to be, and who we aim to serve. Not only this, but we also have a clear roadmap on how we feel we are going to reach this goal. And it all starts with a simple idea: Timely Coffees is not for everyone.
I think it's safe to say that we've all found ourselves in this situation: we're walking along, minding our own business, when someone pushes a sample of some product or another toward us and says, "have you tried this?".
Today is International Women's Day, a day of recognition that celebrates women's achievements. But IWD is also an opportunity to raise awareness of the ongoing issues of gender-based bias and discrimination that women continue to face and how we can take action to overcome them for equality.
The Timely Coffee Shop is now open. Whether you need coffee to takeaway, one to dine-in, some advice on the best coffee to drink at home, or a cinnamon scroll, we’re here for you.
Roasting is often solitary work. I find it's the perfect time for me to listen to podcasts. Here are some of the podcasts I listen to on a regular day of production roasting.