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Imagine yourself on a chilly winters morning or a sunny and warm afternoon. Your tastebuds are tingling, longing for a tasteful venture and an eye-opening experience. Amongst the ‘tasting culture’ of the Barossa Valley, there is a local café and beanery beaming with cosy feels, delicious bites and an artisan history in coffee.


The Barista Sista Beanery is a boutique roastery and coffee bar with fresh organic coffee beans for retail and wholesale sales. Just like the grapes from the vineyards in a wine glass, the coffee beans that are grinded here hold a precious story within each coffee cup. They specialize in fresh and gourmet coffee beans to suit any taste. The beans come from many different parts of the world using a wide variety of styles, blends and flavours.


As you step inside, you will feel the old-fashioned atmosphere from gazing on the brick walls, which hold vintage coffee grinders and other coffee related antiques. It is like a coffee museum with the perfect aroma to match! The selection of seating is either inside amongst the hand crafted wooden furniture by the fire or in the ‘backyard’ in the French inspired garden.


Ask for a coffee that’s suited to you, maybe a vegan goji berry brownie or smashed avocado on toast and the baristas will have you feeling like family. As you enjoy your coffee experience, the baristas may be showcasing their knowledge and skills at the famous ‘brew bar’, where you can watch and be transformed into a coffee fanatic. They will explain the 24 hour slow drip-filter infusion that uses a laboratory-like apparatus, which can produce rich liquor-like flavours.


The owners Diana and Nigel believe coffee is a type of art and must be shared and educated to everyone and that is why they created Barista Sista’s Beanery 4 fruitful years ago. When you eat and drink at Barista Sista Beanery you are supporting a young and aspiring business that is local and in love with what they do.



Nurioopta, Barossa Valley

Words by:

Chelsea Needs