Sue and Peter Sherlock moved to the beautiful South Coast of NSW in 2010. Sue comes from a nursing background and Peter in management. They moved to the coast after living in the Blue Mountains for many years, and were both looking forward to retirement. Peter and Sue stumbled across Something’s Brewing whilst Peter was looking to find fresh coffee beans as he simply loves his coffee. Before long Sue was also a regular customer trying and purchasing the teas.
The loose leaf tea that they stock is only of a premium quality, and sourced from all over the world. We currently have over 130 types of loose leaf teas and are always increasing the range. We have a few of our own blend available. We use environmentally friendly packaging for our tea. The bags are craft paper and are lined with bio plastic made from natural products like corn starch. Our orders are wrapped in paper. To keep costs low we ship in Australia Post bags that can be recycled at Coles or Woolworths. Boxes are used where practical and economical. We attend annual tea and coffee expos, as we’re always looking for ways to increase our knowledge of the products. We also sell multi award-winning Bella Italia coffee to suit all tastes from smooth medium roast to strong dark roast. Included in the range are Swiss Water Decaf and Fair Trade Organic blends. Organic drinking chocolate, chocolates, jams, local honey and other treats are also available. We also stock an extensive range of tea and coffee accessories and handmade Polish pottery. Finally, we also supply a number of cafes and restaurants as well as loyal customers Australia wide.
Something’s Brewing started its journey as a unique little tea shop operating out of Ulladulla’s Oldest House. When the previous owner was leaving the region there was a fear the business would close. Many locals were concerned about their future supplies of such quality tea and coffee. Sue and Peter were two of those customers that would have suffered if the business closed, so they grabbed the opportunity to purchase the business. With expansion they outgrew the original premises so moved to the current location in Milton in 2014. If you are visiting the Milton Ulladulla region drop in and say hello, try the tea of the day, and view the extensive range. They have received lots of wonderful feedback from many happy customers, and have heard that lots of people are talking about the business, recommending our store to their friends, families and colleagues. If you are unable to visit the shop you can view the range in the online store, you won’t be disappointed.
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