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Hey guys, its Valeri Tkatchenko from Mikro Coffee Roasters here and i would like to personally thank you from the bottom of our hearts for reading this message and supporting a small local business, there has never been a better time to show your support and vote with your dollars to keep honest small coffee roasters like us in business and producing quality Australian roasted coffee in Australian owned and operated coffee roastery based in Torquay, Victoria.

Let me tell you a little about our history and how Mikro Coffee Roasters started and the sacrifices we made to grow a small coffee business from the ground up and without serious financial investors, we literally started from nothing.

In 2012 when i finished my Uni degree on the Gold Coast and we moved back to Mt Gambier, SA me and my partner Mel bought a small, tired cafe called Cafe Melzar and we decided from the very first day that we would roast our own specialty grade coffee in a small country town of SA with no professional support network and no prior experience or knowledge of coffee.

So to take you back in time, here is a little flashback to where we started!

We started roasting coffee for our cafe on a small 1kg Propane gas coffee roaster from Taiwan in our shed at home!

It sounded like a great idea to roast our own coffee and run the cafe at the same time but what the reality of that was actually long 12 to 14 hour work days and roasting coffee til 2 am and opening the cafe for trade every day at 7 am!
After some small successes and a couple of bronze medal awards at Australian International Coffee Awards we realised how huge the world of coffee really is and how much there is to learn and discover, so we decided to take our coffee roasting a bit more seriously and upgrade our coffee roaster to a larger 3kg machine to save some time on roasting and focus more on quality rather than working overtime to produce just enough coffee to run the cafe on.
After we managed to get a hold of a 3kg coffee roaster and setup in our shed we managed to convince a couple of local restaurants to do some business with us and buy our coffee wholesale, they asked us what was our coffee called and this is when Mikro Coffee Roasters was born in 2014 with our very first logo!
What a time to be alive! We started our own coffee brand from our garage and now supplied 2 other restaurants in town.

About 9 months later and some more sleepless nights and 7 days work we decided to go all out and risk it all and opened Mikro Coffee Roasters roastery in Ripley Arcade, Mt Gambier and bought our current Probat 12kg Coffee Roaster.
When we started roasting on our new Probat roaster we decided to have another crack at the Australian International Coffee awards in 2015 and to our surprise we won 2015 Australian Champion Espresso as well as a couple of bronze medals for our coffees entered in to the competition that year and our passion for roasting quality specialty coffee has only grown stronger and we persevered to try and grow and establish Mikro Coffee Roasters coffee business further.
3 Years later, we made a tricky decision to leave our starting place in Mount Gambier and relocate our whole business to Torquay, Victoria as our wholesale coffee grew in demand from Victorian cafes and the need to be closer to our new clients has given us the motivation to make the move.

Whilist we were in the planning phases of moving our business we decided to buy a small takeaway coffee shop in Torquay and operate the business whilist still roasting coffee in Mount Gambier and travelling 4 and half hours there and back each week to keep the wholesale production going and looking for a new site for the roastery in Torquay at the same time.
About 9 months later, we found our new home on the corner of Baines Crescent on the surf coast highway, this spot was to be the new home of Mikro Coffee Roasters!
And here we are, roasting coffee in Torquay in 2020 and facing the most difficuilt time in our coffee careers. The future is very uncertain and times are certainly tough, however this will not break our spirits! 

With your help and support Mikro Coffee Roasters can keep the doors open and our awesome team of staff in jobs, producing quality coffee you love!

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We are 1% for the planet & beyond. This means that we are committed to contributing over 1% of our company turnover every year to local and Australian national causes to improve the environment and the quality of life of Australian people.

In fact we go further than and contribute 2% of our total company turnover to help drive real and purposeful change in Australia.

In other words, if our small business Mikro Coffee Roasters does not make a net profit for the financial year, we are still making a large contribution to worthy causes to help create positive social and environmental impact regardless of how profitable our company is.

As of 2022-2023 financial year Mikro Coffee Roasters is commited to ensure that 2% of our annual sales from all activities including our 1% for the planet membership commitment are contributed to registered charitable organizations to help make a real and meaningful impact to social and environmental causes.

Our commitment as a company is to contribute 2% of our total sales annually.

Each quarter we consult with our team members as well as our customers to decide which causes should take priority for our contributions and donations and distribute our funds and product accordingly.

You can download our donations policy here...

This policy is current as of 1st of July 2023

As of 2022 we support the following not for profit organizations:

Bayleaf Community Kitchen  - 

Bay Leaf Community Kitchen is a non-profit charity providing quality home cooked meals and support for families in need in the Geelong region.

Sea Shepherd Australia - Protecting our oceans from pollution and poaching

Surfrider Foundation Australia (Torquay)

Surfrider Foundation Australia is a registered not for profit sea-roots organisation dedicated to the protection of Australia’s waves and beaches through conservation, activism, research and education.

Surfers Appreciating the Natural Environment (SANE Torquay) - 

S.A.N.E Promoting awareness and understanding of coastal conservation issues & undertake conservation projects on the surf coast.

The Wheen Bee Foundation - Organisation protecting our bees

Backpack Bed For Homeless - 

Founder Tony Clark and his wife Lisa designed the life-saving Sleeping Bag Hypothermia Pack and the Backpack Bed® (emergency swag) to give dignity to homeless people without shelter.

Greenfleet Australia

Greenfleet plants native biodiverse forests in Australia and New Zealand to restore critical ecosystems and capture carbon emissions on behalf of our supporters.  Our forests are legally protected, absorb carbon from the atmosphere, improve soil and water quality, and provide vital habitat for native wildlife.

Surf Coast Energy Group Inc. (SCEG)

The Surf Coast Energy Group (SCEG) is a community-based, not-for-profit organisation encouraging positive behaviour change and promoting an understanding of climate change and resource use.


Ceres is an environmental education centre, community garden, urban farm and social enterprise hub spread across 4 locations linked by the Merri and Darebin creeks

Check out our 1% For The Planet certified member profile here...

Without you and your support we couldn't help make these positive contributions possible and we thank you for supporting a small Victorian based coffee roastery!

This information is up to date, true and correct as of July 2023.

If you are having trouble finding what you need or just need help with some tips to make the most of your Mikro Coffee at home please check out some useful links below!

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