Black Sheep Coffee

Woolloongabba

Rocklea market's boutique coffee outfit, Black Sheep, has quietly opened a roasting house hidden in industrial Woolloongabba.   

Black Sheep Coffee Woolloongabba

Nestled along Norman Street, this roastery and espresso bar is open to the public Monday through Friday.  Inside the warehouse space, the industrial fit-out includes timber cladding, copper piping and concrete flooring with tractor seat stools and crate-style tables.  

Crates and stools next to bar area

Customers can expect exceptional coffee including Black Sheep's Feeling Woolly traditional espresso blend and Top Paddock seasonal blend.  You'll also find top-notch single origins on pour like Ethiopian Sidamo, Honduras El Chollo or Guatemala Volcan De Oro; with beans sourced from Fair Trade and Rain Forest Alliance origins.    

Black Sheep Coffee Woolloongabba

*Need to know: those who follow the flock can still find Black Sheep at Rocklea on weekends.  

by Deb Lidster

Black Sheep Coffee

109 Norman St

Woolloongabba 

Mon-Fri 6:30-2.30

Sat-Sun 7-1

1300 066 459

Map

109 Norman St Woolloongabba

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