Stopped in here for a break during a long drive along the New England Highway. It was mid-afternoon and the place was quiet, so surprised our coffees took quite a while to arrive - and then we were brought cappuccinos rather than the flat whites we'd actually ordered. So, not a great start, but we were dead keen for coffee so just took the capps. Glad we did, as they were excellent, as were the oversized jam-drop biscuits we had with the coffee.
Reinvigorated by our cappuccinos, we then proceeded to check out their formidable range of produce (mostly local and mostly bearing their own JamWorks label). The line-up of jams was particularly impressive, including some unusual flavours like Cape Gooseberry and Rosella as well as personal favourites like Blood Plum, Cherry and Fig. Needless to say, we stocked up. It is fair to say that prices here are on the high side, but then they do call themselves a gourmet food company. And the cafe and display area do have an appropriately airy, upmarket feel.
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