Loaded Craft Coffee Roasters

Frequently Asked Questions

Craft roasting is roasting the green beans in small batches so you have more control over the process. This enables us to enhance each variety’s characteristics so you can enjoy a cup of coffee full of flavour.

The best way to store your fresh coffee beans is to keep them at room temperature, in the bag in which you have bought them, sealed. Preferably keep them away from heat or extreme cold temperatures.

You can start using your coffee beans from when they have been roasted up until about one month. The most ideal timing for getting the best flavours out of your coffee is 7 to 21 days after the roast date.

All our coffee is traceable, meaning we know the name of the farmers/producers and their methods of farming. Our specialty green bean suppliers have direct relationships with each of them, so we know exactly what we are getting from our beans and that the farmers/producers are being paid a fair price for their hard work.

Coffee is a fruit, it is a seasonal product and will have variances in flavours, according to how it is farmed and the location in which it is farmed. By roasting the beans carefully, in small batches, we have more control over enhancing each variety’s characteristics.

You can either purchase our fresh beans online or call us on (08) 6262-2587 to place an order or make a time to come and see us at our warehouse at Unit 3, 2 Loch St, Nedlands (entrance on Government Rd).

Cafes that use Loaded:

Boatshed Market Coffee Bar, 40 Jarrad St, Cottesloe, WA

Brezel Brothers, Raine Lane, 300 Murray St, Perth WA

The Cure, Unit 1/20 Faure Lane, Dunsborough, WA

East Cafe, 4/447 Hay St, Perth, WA

Elixir Coffee Specialists, Chelsea Village, 45a/145 Stirling Hwy, Nedlands, WA

Felix & Co Specialty Coffee, 8/160 Hampden Rd, Nedlands, WA

Flourish Specialty Coffee & Juice, Shop 80A Floreat Forum, Floreat, WA

Gabriel Chocolate, Lot 14, 3220 Caves Rd, Yallingup, WA

Gabriel Chocolate, 17 Essex St, Fremantle, WA

Halford Bar, crn Hay St & Cathedral Ave, Perth, WA

Max + Sons, 140 William St, Perth, WA

Mo Espresso Trinity Arcade, Perth, WA

The Office on Harrogate, 32 Harrogate St, West Leederville, WA

Queen of Leeds, 114 Oxford St, Leederville, WA

Recess on Barrack, Shop 1, 138 Barrack St, Perth, WA

Sayers Little Brother, 25 Gladstone St, Perth, WA

The Standard, 28 Roe St, Northbridge, WA

The Waratah Store, 104 Waratah Ave, Dalkeith WA

Tiisch, 9B, 938 Hay St, Perth, WA


Also selling Loaded coffee beans:

Boatshed Market, 40 Jarrad St, Cottesloe, WA

The Boulevard IGA, 31 Gayton Rd, City Beach, WA

Farmer Jack's, 23 St Quentins Ave, Claremont, WA

Swanbourne Market IGA, 127 Claremont Cres, Swanbourne, WA

Taylor Rd Supa IGA, 152 Stirling Hwy, Nedlands, WA

2nd Ave Supa IGA, 755 Beaufort St, Mount Lawley, WA

What Is The Difference Between A Single Origin And A Blend?

Single Origin coffee is coffee grown from a particular geographical origin within a country. This can sometimes be a single farm or a collection of farms within that area. Drinking single origin coffee enables you to evaluate the flavour profiles of a specific region.

A coffee Blend is at least two or more single origin coffees mixed together to form a blend. We roast each single origin batch separately, tasting each one to decide which ones will compliment each other the best. We choose our blends very carefully to give you a beautiful flavour that will cut through a milk coffee superbly. Generally speaking, a coffee Blend is what you'd choose if you drink your coffee with milk but a good blend should still provide a beautiful black coffee experience.