Coffee Supreme Midland Park

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Monday7:30 am – 4:00 pm.

Tuesday7:30 am – 4:00 pm.

Wednesday7:30 am – 4:00 pm.

Thursday7:30 am – 4:00 pm.

Friday7:30 am – 4:00 pm.



31 Waring Taylor Street, Wellington Central, Wellington

0800 472 518

Channeling the usual cool that Coffee Supreme does so well, their Midland Park coffee shop offers only the best of the best when it comes to coffee supplies and merchandise – or as they like to say, if you are drinking their coffee, here is how to make it taste great.

Mugs, plungers, drip kettles, scales, filters, AeroPress and Chemex, and espresso supplies – if you are in the area it is worth coming here to restock on anything coffee related, and because that is sure to make you thirsty, why not top it off with a hot coffee and snack from the crew as well? They've always got a pot of something to try, as well as Mon-Fri scones and Porno Donuts on Wed-Fri. Tuck in at the window seats and browse the latest coffee literature on display. A space curated to be as unintimidating as possible, there is no need to feel shy if you are a coffee novice. The hospitable staff will happily talk you through what is available and what to expect from the different coffees or help set you up with the right gear.

Pick up a KeepCup and grab a discount at the same time, or make like the regulars and bring your own mug from the office, and the same goes for beans – the team are more than happy to fill your own bags. Collaborations with other smart creators have meant the birth of some new items - tote bags, soap, chocolate, even chopstick holders – all of which look that much better when mixed with a little Supreme. And if you thought there was no way you could include your favourite coffee brand in your wardrobe, think again. Grab one of their branded t-shirts or a pair of ‘barista socks’, and walk out the door feeling like you are ready to make damn fine coffee.

Words by Rosie Morrison & Photography by Anna Briggs

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31 Waring Taylor Street, Wellington Central, Wellington

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