White Knight to the rescue

 Founders:  Matt and Dom celebrate with a brew at White Horse Cafe in Sutherland.Picture John Veage
Founders: Matt and Dom celebrate with a brew at White Horse Cafe in Sutherland.Picture John Veage

Shire roaster White Horse Coffee is celebrating after winning a Bronze Medal at the 2017 Australian International Coffee Awards (AICA) for their White Knight Blend in the Espresso Blend class.

The AICA, conducted by The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria, is Australia’s first and only international coffee awards rewarding and recognising excellence.

The awards give producers the opportunity to benchmark their produce against industry standards; seek advice from an independent panel of experts; and to promote and market award winning products using the AICA seal of quality.

Dom Majdandzic, owner of White Horse Coffee, said White Knight is their most popular signature blend, with a consistent flavour profile that is maintained even though the coffee beans change seasonally.

Bronze medal: White Knight blend,your drinking it now.Picture John Veage

Bronze medal: White Knight blend,your drinking it now.Picture John Veage

“It is very humbling to be named alongside the best coffee roasters in the country,” Mr Majdandzic.

“We work extremely hard to produce special, memorable and distinguished coffee, and love sharing our coffee with the community.

“We are very thankful to all our loyal customers who enjoy our White Knight blend on a daily basis, we really do try to make every cup better than the last.”

Since 2008 White Horse Coffee have been roasting coffee from their roastery in Kirrawee and serving specialty coffee in their company owned stores throughout the shire as well as partner cafes across NSW. 

White Horse Coffee: 137 Flora Street, Sutherland; 350 The Kingsway, Caringbah.