Sharing passion and knowledge

Hayden Maher of Horrocks Bounty coffee demonstrates to his audience at Watervale General Store.
Hayden Maher of Horrocks Bounty coffee demonstrates to his audience at Watervale General Store.

When it comes to coffee, many people enjoy a few each day but, for some, it can be an important experience.

Be that for a customer or to immensely enjoy themselves, Hayden Maher of Horrocks Bounty Coffee Roasters has helped to develop skills in a workshop hosted by Watervale General Store.

Moving into another year of business, Clare Valley's own Horrocks Bounty Coffee Roasters - who Northern Argus featured in an article in August 2016 - is continuing to sell and supply locals with their unique blends.

With plans to expand the business further, showing off the Clare Valley brand to locals keen on getting their coffee fix was one of the aims of the workshop.

Hayden said the workshop was well attended and those taking part enjoyed the demonstrations.

The small Clare Valley business is now looking more broadly with plans to sell their blends both further in SA and interstate.

Hayden said they were also exploring some different single origins and taste testing a number of beans at the moment - these will be slowly added to their online store.