For every brew, there are barista tools and accessories available. Whether you're a professional barista striving to join the big league or a home barista who appreciates high-quality coffee accessories, we've got you covered. We exclusively carry high-quality branded coffee tools from well-known brands such as TiAmo, Pesado 58.5 and Cafetto, among others. Barista accessories go a long way towards improving your morning coffee and are a must-have for any home or professional barista.
The Lotus Click Tamper is designed to give the user consistent, effortless pressure every tamp. With a pre-calibrated spring inside the central chamber, and the addition of 3 interchangeable springs you have complete control over your tamp. Available in both 53.5mm and 58.3mm sizes to cater...
High precision barista Scale This scale has a seamless design with an invisible LED touch screen built into the heat resistant and water resistant weighing surface for a timeless look. The scale's high precision strain guage sensor technology weighs accurately...
Our new knock bin for home use is super compact, perfect for next to your machine and doesn't take up too much space. The bar sits snuggly in place and lifts out easily for quick emptying and cleaning. Features a durable...
58mm Group Coffee Machines Portafilter Back Flushing Blind Filter Basket
These Brushed Stainless Steel Milk jugs in 450ml or 650ml size, are excellent for households or cafes wanting a sleek look and professional pour. A thicker setting than our basic stainless steel means excellent quality and durability. The tapered angle...
A safe and effective espresso machine cleaner for professional espresso machines which use organic coffee. Cafetto EVO is OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute) listed as complying with the USDA National Organic Program requirements and BFA (Biological Farmer Association) registered as...
A safe and effective powder descaler for removing hard water scale from espresso machine boilers, coffee and milk delivery lines. Can also be used to descale bottles and kettles. Contains a synergistic blend of organic acids that give outstanding scale...
The Coffee Accessories tamping mats are made from 100% rubber, especially formulated for commercial use. The rubber has been shaped to accomodate most commercial grade coffee tools. The ergonomic design will help protect your coffee bench while keeping your focus on...
We designed this chute with two things in mind, minimalism and functionality. This knock chute incorporates a rubber outer surrounding, an unbreakable knock bin bar with stainless steel inner tubing and lateral supports. We designed the exit of the knock...
These new milk jugs by Coffee Accessories are made from stainless steel and finished in an automotive grade paint (black & white). Durable and hard wearing these jugs are perfect for home or cafe use. Available in 6 colours they are...
These new milk jugs by Coffee Accessories are made from stainless steel and finished in an automotive grade paint (black & white). Durable and hard wearing these jugs are perfect for home or cafe use. Available in 3 colours they are...
Australia’s Largest Range of Barista Supplies, Accessories, Tools & Equipment
Preparation, brewing and cleaning are what makes quality coffee. Make sure you have all the tools needed when preparing your coffee grounds, and make sure you’re brewing your coffee with consistency and efficiency with our coffee machine accessories. Once it's all done make sure that your espresso machine is cleaned properly with the use of our food safe espresso machine cleaning gear.
The Best Barista Tools
Commercial quality coffee can be done at home. To perfect that cup of coffee you need the best in coffee gear. Explore our range of coffee gear, accessories and machines!
Barista Supplies FAQs
How do you use barista equipment?
Barista equipment ranges from easy to operate through to difficult to use. Some machines require prior knowledge to use, others are fully automated and make it hard to mess up a shot.
Prior to using certain equipment, you need to learn what each type of coffee needs, this includes ratios and brewing times.
How do you make a barista coffee step by step?
Weigh coffee beans at 21g if using 20g baskets. We usually add an extra gram to our Pesado filter baskets due to their design.
Grind the coffee to a semi-fine grind, use a dosing tool if needed to make sure no grounds are wasted when moving them to the portafilter.
Once the portafilter is packed with coffee, use a distribution tool to make sure coffee density is evenly spread out, this will make sure the brewing process is close to perfect. Once distributed, use a tamper or automatic tamping machine to tamp the coffee. Lock it in the machine and measure out a 2:1 ratio (20g of coffee 40g of liquid coffee) for about 30-35 seconds. You should see coffee started coming out in about 5-7 seconds of initiating the brewing process.
What supplies do you need to make coffee?
Home baristas may prefer a filter coffee if they don't have the means to acquire an espresso machine but don't let that fool you. Filter coffee is one of the most delicate brewing procedures.
Other coffee lovers prefer using an espresso machine with capability to steam milk using a milk jug in order to draw patterns, also known as latte art.
How do you make barista coffee at home?
Take your time with the coffee grounds preparation. Use a coffee scale to perfect the brewing ratio. The control of variables is important to make sure you don't waste your coffee, these variables include; temperature, time, pressure and flow.
There are more variables depending on what type of coffee or process you are following but the golden rule is to stick to a ratio, usually a 2:1 with espresso makers.
What is barista-style?
Barista-style or ninja-style… all jokes aside, a barista has perfected their way of making coffee, this is why you might get a different cup from the same cafe when not your usual barista doesn’t make it.
What are the duties and responsibilities of a barista?
Baristas have to make sure to deliver a consistent cup of coffee. This involves the use of the equipment at their disposal to take orders and deliver them fast and efficiently. Not only do they have to be consistent with coffee brewing but also with cleaning.