Jamaica Blue – Noarlunga Centre, SA

Centro Colonnades, Noarlunga Centre, SA, 5168

I ended up here for a coffee last Saturday, when I was meant to be in a workshop session during a conference I was attending nearby and was pleasantly surprised.  In the middle of a pretty typical Australian shopping centre, in a larger than average kiosk type cafe, we discovered jamaicablue – and what’s more, their coffee is Fairtrade!!  Unfortunately there are only two other jamaicablues’ in SA – one in Port Pirie, and the other at West Lakes – but if you are in the vicinity, drop in and try!  They also sell coffee beans!

Latte Quality – Excellent – mine had a really nice colour, a proper amount of foam – and was really nice to drink.  I noticed some of the others were different (one had a few cms of foam) – but no one complained.

Cost – $4.20 – for a large latte – which was about 500mls

Coffee Supplier – Jamaica Blue

Fair Trade – Yes!  The logos were on more than half of their bagged coffee, and the coffee we drank was also Fairtrade.

Venue Suitable for:

  • Quiet Chat – possibly – it is in the centre, kiosk style, of a large shopping centre – so for a casual chat most definitely.
  • Deep and Meaningful – Maybe…
  • Study and Reflection – No…the area is just too busy.
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Posted on May 12, 2010, in Café, Fairtrade, Jamaica Blue, Noarlunga and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Mark Stevens

    These guys saved me at a conference I attended in Sydney…they were a short walk from were i was staying. You are right they make nice coffee. Better than Gloria Jeans!

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