Miller's Coffee is a boutique coffee roasting company situated in central Auckland, New Zealand. Since 1988 we have offered, designed specifically to be used in the espresso machine. We also offer and freshly roasted.
February 2019. Body Memory. Jay Dixon from The Daily Coffee Company in Dunedin, keeps his hand in at Miller’s Coffee. Jay learnt to roast coffee at Millers before moving to Dunedin to start his own, now successful coffee business.
February 2019. Red Stools. Miller’s new stools for those who enjoy their coffee street-side. The stools were designed and made by our neighbour, customer and friend, Nathan Goldworthy.
February 2019. ACF Tableware. Some original ACF cups back in circulation. Italian multi-generational ceramics makers went into receivership a few years ago.
A classic Italian coffee cup and saucer.
February 2019. Coffee House Organic. Wall painting at Coffee House Organic in Ponsonby Road featuring their own in-house roaster. Nothing beats freshly roasted
Tableware of their own making.
February 2019. Revel. Revel a Karangahape Road institution, serving Undeground Coffee.
February 2019. Really? A local eatery where you would hope the food leaves a better taste than their spelling.
February 2019. Ume trays. Tony and Alison from Cross Street Market scored some pre-1980s ume-trays. These trays are used for drying ume fruit which a few of us at Miller’s grow, so we brought the lot.
Putting the ume trays to good use drying herbs for the Miller’s kitchen.
February 2019. Beer degustation. A chilly-bin with craft beers and glassware.
Some craft-beer is changing what beer is. It brings new front-tastes to the beverage, while retaining the familiar back-taste of yeast and hops. We felt some research was required to understand what this new beer is about.
Highly recommended. Ma is White by Fork Brew Corp, Wellington, 5.2% Belgium ale yeast with Horopito and Kawakawa.
Recommended. Raspberry Sour 3.8%. Lemon Curd, Hallertau 6.6%, by Steve Ploughman. Mango Bombe, 5.8% by Weezledog, Kelston.
All beer from Hopscotch Beer Company, Avondale.
February 2019. Busker Du. Luke Hurley at his office outside Starbucks in Queen Street.
February 2019. Big Gay Out. After the formalities and festivities of the Big Gay Out, held annually at Coyle Park, Point Chevalier, naturally, it’s back to Karangahape Road to party-hardy.
February 2019. One more photo-shoot in Cross Street.
February 2019. Cross Street melee. Sometime there are parking space disputes. Our Auckland Police know how to handle it “move along folks, nothing to see here”.
February 2019. Pacific Gloaming. Auckland turns on its late summer charm.
Peaches and Cream.
Siddell with us.
(64) 9 356 7322
31 Cross Street, Auckland,
Open 7.30, to noon,
Monday to Friday