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  • GARY RAMAGE TO BE THE FIRST STRIKER COFFEE CO. AMBASSADOR

    Gary Ramage to be the first Striker Coffee Co. ambassador

     

    Gary Ramage is a triple Walkley Award-winning photographer and video journalist, and is one of Australia’s leading news and documentary photojournalists, with more than 24 years experience in the industry and is currently the Chief Photographer for News Corp.

    Before becoming a photojournalist, Ramage spent 20 years as a military photographer, eventually serving as the Australian Army’s Chief Photographer. Ramage has documented conflicts all over the world, including Somalia, Bougainville, Bosnia, Kosovo, East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan.

    Striker Coffee Co. are honoured to have Gary Ramage as part of our team.

    “To have Gary as our fist ambassador epitomises our mission, to not only serve the servers the best product we can, but to empower and support those who have served and continue to live that service long after their physical duty ends. Just in the way Gary shows their service we honour that service.” – SCC.

     

  • HOW DO YOU TAKE YOURS?

    We are all unique and all have different tastes and ways of doing things…this also extends to how we brew our Striker Coffee.

     

    From our humble beginnings we have tried and tested all methods of brewing our coffee and we have had plenty of feedback of the awesome people that have also tried Striker Coffee.

     

    These are what we have found are the favourite methods:

    FRENCH PRESS/PLUNGER

    STOVE TOP

    AERO PRESS

    POUR OVER

  • STRIKER COFFEE CO. BROTHERHOOD

    Striker Coffee Co. has Veteran owners and in our service, we have been active in varying environments of conflict and deployments in the theater of the current global threat that many live with on a daily basis. 

    With Australian Army and Royal Australian Navy ties the brotherhood we have built and shared in the ADF still stand as strong today (if not stronger) than when we were active, with the brothers we stood shoulder to shoulder with. 

    Now returned to Civilian life and absorbed into the everyday Australian lifestyle, we keep a tight grasp on the friends and brothers that have shared so much with us through our endeavours and adventures. 

    Through keeping a finger on the pulse of what is going on in our community we see many guys that are struggling in a multitude of ways. 

    Before Striker was even a concept, we have spent many times helping out those who are in need of a shoulder or the voice of reason at a dark time. 

    From helping a mate get work, to long telephone conversations into the small hours just to be that someone who will listen, to ensure we are accountable for all our brothers, as much as we can be. 

    So, Striker was formed through a collective of people who all have a passion for coffee, and want to help and serve the community that too has supported us at times. 

    Our mission is to create a coffee roasting business that actually creates its own blends and gets them to a market that is made up of the kind of people we like to call our community, with that coffee a range of apparel that too will stand up amongst our peers, and will be a credible addition to the backs of those who choose to wear it and use that as a symbol of comradeship. 

    We are in our infancy, we are very aware of this, but we have a plan and that is what we are looking to achieve.