DHUWA – Coffee Range

DHUWA (pronounced dee:wah and meaning to feel alive in Bidjara language) – is a modern Australian Indigenous-owned coffee brand which has been created to start sharing conversations with non-Indigenous Australians.

DHUWA believes a great cup of coffee connects us as we share stories, build bonds, and nourish relationships. They call it ‘reconciliation in a cup’.

Shawn Andrews, (a descendant of the Mununjali people of Southeast Queensland and the Palawa people of Tasmania), along with Adam Williams, (a Wiradjuri man who grew up on Darug land and now resides in Quandamooka country) has partnered with Griffiths Bros Coffee Roasters (who have been roasting coffee on Wurundjeri Country since 1879) – this partnership pairs the oldest culture in the world with Australia’s oldest coffee roaster to deliver premium coffee with a conscience to home baristas.

DHUWA celebrates diversity, is a proud equal opportunity employer and committed to Indigenous representation – their green initiatives are future focused on the environmental and economic health of the coffee industry. By minimising their environmental impact they maximise their social impact, creating economic sustainability for their coffee growers.

Available in 3 variants:

  • First Light – Ground – Light roasted beans from Brazil, Indonesia, India and Colombia with notes of toffee apple, butterscotch and cocoa; Strength: 3/5 – 250gm.
  • Kickstart – Ground and Bean – Medium roasted beans from Brazil, India, Papua New Guinea and Indonesia with notes of caramel, plum and chocolate; Strength: 4/5 – Ground Coffee 250g / Coffee Beans 500g and 1kg.
  • Bigshot – Ground and Bean – Medium-dark roasted beans from Brazil, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and Ethiopia with notes of bold choc nut, full-bodied, big vanilla finish; Strength 5/5 – Ground Coffee 250g / Coffee Beans 500g and 1kg.

DHUWA acknowledges the many unceded sovereign Indigenous nations that we live and work in. We thank them for allowing us to walk their lands in safety and acknowledge their struggles for recognition by ensuring that we respect their ancestral knowledge, elders and leaders in our everyday business practices.

Located:   Coffee aisle

Size:   As detailed above

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Shelf price:   ∼$7.00

Available from:   select Woolworths – check your local area: Click Here

Distribution:   National


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