Hey guys, we did it!!

Thank you for all the amazing wishes and thank you as always for supporting our small family business - Dani & Pete.

WE'RE PASSIONATE ABOUT; TRACEABLE, SUSTAINABLE & DIRECT TRADE COFFEE.

We're a small family-owned and run Specialty Micro Roastery from Melbourne's South East.
We only work with direct trade, sustainable and traceable specialty grade 1 lots from Small Producer Co-ops, Single Estate Farms & Micro-lots. We take pride, in each and every coffee we roast, our drive is to have the coffee that we roast, to shine, as intended, from farm, to you.

Without you, we wouldn't be here doing what we love,
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR SMALL FAMILY BUSINESS.
GOOD HUSTLE, GOOD COFFEE.

<3 Dani & Pete

Espresso & Filter Offerings

Our Latest Selection of Espresso & Filter Offerings

Some Frequently asked Questions

FAQ'S Frequently Asked Questions

How Do You Store Coffee?

Please store your coffee in a cool, dark, and dry area, like in your pantry, or somewhere like that!

What Espresso Recipe Should We Use?

This is our standard espresso recipe instore using a Slayer. ALWAYS brew espresso with filtered water
Dose: 17g-18g
Yield: 40-45ml
Time: 18-23s
Preinfusion: (if possible) 3.5s
Dose: 20g-21g
Yield: 50-55ml
Time: 28-32s
Preinfusion: (if possible) 5s
Temp: Espresso 93-94c / For lighter roasts 96-97c

Always backflush and clean your machine after use for best results

Can you Freeze Coffee?

Freezing coffee is ok, but ONLY Freeze coffee if you aren't going to use it for over 2 months past the roast date.

When you remove coffee from the freezer, let it defrost at room temp for a few hours before opening the bag
(Make sure the bag you freeze it in is airtight, to preserve it better for longer)

Can Coffee Go in The Fridge?

Please do NOT store your coffee beans or ground coffee in the fridge, it will age much faster and it will become stale, the coffee will no longer be very tasty, and we don't want that, no no no!

How Long Do Coffee Beans Last For?

Always buy fresh roasted coffee beans from Good Hustle Coffee Roasters!

When buying coffee, please note that it's best to brew anywhere from 3 days to a month and a half after roast, the sweet spot being at 7-30 days after roast (At this point in time the coffee has de-gassed enough) Resulting in an easier-to-brew & tastier, espresso or filter!