Espresso & steamed milk beneath a thick layer of dense velvety smooth milk.
Espresso & steamed milk below a thin layer of smooth silky milk.
Simply espresso & steamed milk without foam.
Rich, intense Espresso coffee lengthened with hot water. Strong, black coffee
Rich chocolate, espresso & steamed milk finished with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles.
A classic Gloria Jean's favourite. Delicious caramel syrup added to our Caffé Latte.
Gloria Jean's Special Espresso Blend coaxed to yield the essence of fine coffee. Wonderfully intense & aromatic.
A 'Macchiato' (Italian for 'marked') is an Espresso marked with a dollop of creamy milk.
A mini version of the Caffe Latte. A single ristretto shot layered with a small amount of creamy steamed milk.
Sweet, tempting white chocolate, espresso and milk. Topped with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles.
The smooth, comforting flavour of vanilla combined with espresso & milk, topped with whipped cream.
The pyramid tea bag means that our new high-quality, loose-leaf tea has the space to expand and brew inside the bag.
Black tea leaves with ginger, cardamon, cinnamon and other spice, sweetened and mixed with steamed milk. Served latte-style.
A rich, traditional hot chocolate combined with steamed milk & topped with marshmallows.
A twist on a classic favourite. Sweet white chocolate combined with steamed milk & topped with marshmallows.
A 'Ristretto' (Italian for 'restricted'), is the first 15-20ml of the espresso extraction.
Perfect for pre-school age kids. Simply steamed milk and a dollop of milk foam in a piccolo cup.
A great before or after school treat for primary-school age kids.
Cold-brewed for a smoother taste. Our Iced Coffee is a simple blend of coffee & milk
Rich chocolate, espresso & milk over ice. Topped with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles.
Pure & Simple. Espresso shots & milk over ice. Unsweetened.
Espresso, milk and smooth vanilla blended with ice and topped with whipped cream.
Voltage is an intense drink that delivers an authentic coffee ‘jolt’. A blend of milk, ice, vanilla powder, espresso beans and espresso. Hot espresso shots, the final ingredient, are...
A Gloria Jean's favourite. Chocolate & vanilla blended with ice, topped with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles.
White chocolate, caramel, ice, milk and espresso blended together and topped with whipped cream drizzled in soft caramel.
Tasty chocolate biscuits, white chocolate and milk blended with ice, topped with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles.
Our delicious Italian-style flavour syrups poured over sparkling soda water make this...
Non-dairy blend of natural fruit puree and ice, available in Mango, Strawberry, Banana…
1. Measure out the coffee for the size of press you are using:
|Press Size||Amount of coffee|
|3 cup (350ml)||2 rounded tablespoons (20g)|
|6 cup (800ml)||4 rounded tablespoons (40g)|
|8 cup (1 Litre)||5 rounded tablespoons (50g)|
2. Fill the press with water that is just off the boil, leaving space for the plunger to be inserted.
3. Stir the coffee to break up the surface crust and place the lid back on the press to keep the heat in.
4. Allow to brew for 4 minutes to allow a full extraction of flavour.
5. After 4 minutes, gently push the plunger down with the spout facing away from you. If the plunger is difficult to press down, pull it back slightly to relieve the pressure and press again.
6. Serve immediately.
NOTE: Dirty equipment will spoil the coffee flavour. Make sure you clean the press after each use.
1. Pour boiling water into the bottom chamber of the brewer up to, but not over, the level of the safety valve
2. Grind your coffee medium-fine (between ‘drip filter’ and ‘espresso’) and scoop into the filter basket until it is level with the lip of the basket.
3. Do not compact the coffee, because as the water reaches the grounds they will expand.
4. With the filter and gasket in place, screw the top and bottom sections together and tighten to seal.
5. Place it on the stove on medium to medium-high heat …and wait
6. When the water in the tank has been exhausted (that’s when you hear the gurgling sound), the coffee is ready to serve.
NOTE: Brewing should take approximately 5 minutes. If it takes longer, try using a slightly higher heat
1. Grind your coffee to a medium grind-size (not as coarse as French press, not as fine as espresso).
2. Use 10g (1 heaped tablespoon) of coffee for every cup (180-200ml) of water.
3. Scoop the coffee grounds into the paper (or mesh) filter.
4. Fill the machine’s water reservoir up to the marking for the number of cups you are making.
5. Turn the machine on and start brewing.
6. Once the machine has finished brewing, serve immediately. Leaving the coffee on the hotplate (if the machine has one) for longer than 15-20 minutes will affect the taste of the coffee.