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Talia Ivancich, daughter of Australian coffee pioneers and Byron Bay Coffee Company founders Annie and Franco Ivancich.

A new coffee company, Coffee Roaster’s Daughter has launched in the Byron Bay Hinterland founded by Talia Ivancich, daughter of Australian coffee pioneers and Byron Bay Coffee Company founders Annie and Franco Ivancich.

Talia grew up on the family coffee plantation founded in 1989 in Newrybar and worked in the family business learning the craft of coffee roasting from her father, Franco Ivancich, the Master Roaster. By the age of 36, Talia had a lifetime of coffee experience under her belt.

“I’ve lived and breathed coffee making since I was a girl, and starting Coffee Roaster’s Daughter has allowed me to put into practice everything I’ve learned”.

“The name ‘Coffee Roaster’s Daughter’ is obviously a nod to the incredible experience I’ve had with my parent’s plantation and business and they are excited to see me follow in their footsteps.”

The Coffee Roaster’s Daughter range embodies Talia’s love of smooth, rich, vibrant coffee and her passion for environmental sustainability in the industry.

“I source my green coffee beans from Certified Organic and Rainforest Alliance Certified farms as I’m passionate about coffee grown in harmony with nature, and believe naturally farmed produce always tastes best”.

Coffee Roaster’s Daughter Signature Organic Blend picked up a Bronze medal in last month’s Golden Bean Australia Awards, the largest coffee roasting competition in the world; an exciting feat for such a young company.

“I’ve crafted my perfect brew with my Signature Organic Blend, and it’s so exciting to receive that industry recognition. We have sourced some incredible premium, organic coffee and the result is a blend that is really rich, smooth and dark chocolatey. I am really proud of it.”

Coffee Roaster’s Daughter ships Australia wide, to find out more visit CoffeeRoastersDaughter.com