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January 31, 2019

Wolfpack Set To Bring The Community Closer

These days, a cafe needs to have something
special to stand out from the pack. And Wolfpack coffee is certainly on to
something. Their high quality, specialty roasted coffee selection has something
for everyone, but it’s the people involved that make Wolfpack really special.

The owners, Daniel and Irene, chose Mortlake as
the home of Wolfpack as a place to build a community, not just a business. The
Wolfpack community is diverse and inclusive. Whether you’re after a quick
coffee to go, an in depth chat about with Daniel about the seasonal offerings,
or a lingering overdue catch up with your mates, Wolfpack have set up the
perfect space for coffee and connection.

Wolfpack Coffee have taken their consistent and
high quality specialty coffee and moved their cafe and roastery, The Den, to 10
Edwin St, Mortlake in Sydney. The old space was full of good times and
memories, but the expanding pack meant it was time for something bigger. The new
Den is a minimalist industrial space with indoor and outdoor seating for your
whole pack.

All Wolfpack coffee is roasted onsite, so you
can see every step of the process, from green bean to your cup. In fact,
they’ve stepped up their roasting set up in order to take on the wholesale
market as well as keeping daily customers supplied with boutique caffeine
options. If you’re on the hunt for some food, there’s plenty of a light snacks
available, such as gourmet toasties, smashed avo & fresh baked sweet treats.

Come and join the pack, whether you want to sit
and chat over a coffee or grab a quick take away on the way to your next
adventure. You can also grab a bag of beans (or three) for later. From Alpha
blend to Omega Single Origin, Wolfpack have the perfect coffee for you, however
you like it.

It’s time to run with the wolves. Come and join
the Wolfpack.

For further information, contact Daniel on 0414
304 943 or email daniel@wolfpackcoffee.com.au

www.wolfpackcoffeeroasters.com.au

Photo credit: LISA PIRES PHOTOGRAPHY





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