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Putting some Oomph! into Fine Food Awards

Oomph! Tasmanian Gourmet Coffee has had a spectacular year, taking out the Champion Coffee title at the 2022 Royal Tasmanian Fine food awards – the first Tasmanian-based roaster to win the award in more than 10 years.

Their popular Santorini blend not only snagged the top award, but also received a gold medal in the Cappuccino/Milk Based – Traditional Blend category. A silver medal in that same category was awarded to another Oomph! success, with their café favourite blend Java Jo clinching the prize.

Independent local and interstate coffee judges make up the panel that awards the sought-after medals.

The results were an exciting achievement for Oomph! Tasmanian Gourmet Coffee and its new owners Monique and Andrew Dykes, who only took over the Mornington-based business from previous owners Roger Woolley and Sue Dart in December 2020.

Over the past twenty months, Monique and Andrew have steadily grown the business, attracting more retail and wholesale customers to the Oomph! brand.

“Many customers have been with Oomph! for years and we truly thank them for their ongoing support,” Monique said.

“We’re also excited to welcome all our new customers, particularly during recent times when the impacts of Covid have really hit the local economy hard.”

Coffee bean sales are available direct to the public at the Oomph! warehouse. Just follow the delicious scent of roasting beans to find them at 2/123 Mornington Road, Mornington.

There are five different coffee blends on offer, with a range of strengths and flavours guaranteed to meet the caffeine needs of all coffee lovers! Try the award-winning Santorini and Java Jo blends for yourself.

“We provide outstanding coffee at a competitive price, backed up by exceptional customer service and support,” Monique said.

“Come and visit us at Mornington soon. We look forward to sharing our award-winning coffee with all Eastern Shore residents and welcoming you to the Oomph family.”

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