Mary Had a Little Blend uses a beautiful base Colombian, providing a wonderful foundation of smooth chocolate notes and stone fruit acidity. This allows the intricacies of the Guatemalan to shine, with its own chocolate notes, tropical fruitiness, nutty tones and unique sweetness. Pairing these two beans together was a no brainer – the chocolate notes of both beans layer beautifully to create a decadent chocolate fudge flavour, whilst the fruity acidity comes together to serve a stunning hint of nectarine. The combination also allows for the Guatemalan’s nuttiness and distinctive sweetness to come through on the palette with roasted hazelnut and toffee notes. 

Coffee Breakdown:

Washed process – Castillo and Colombia varietals from Finca El Jardin based in Avevedo, Huila, Colombia. Grown at altitudes of 1600-1800 MASL.

Fully washed process – Bourbon, Typica, Mundo Novo, Maragogype and Guiexa varietals from Finca Ceylan based in San Miguel Pochuta, Chimaltenango, Atitlán. Grown at altitudes of 1000-1350 MASL.

Mary had a little blend is a fully washed processed blend, giving off a lot of sweetness and balance.


“The inspiration for Six of One was sparked by a love of coffee, and all things local. We roast locally in Toowoomba, the beautiful regional city sitting high on the Great Dividing Range in rare air, with a style of its own. A place where the bush meets the big smoke.” - Jason, Founder of Six of One.

Six of One aim to deliver a stunning coffee experience for their customers, whether they are enjoying brunch with friends in the city or savouring the peace and quiet of the campfire in the outback. Because let’s be honest – having a great cuppa makes every day a whole lot more enjoyable! They roast beautiful, specialty coffee from the freshest, highest quality coffee beans that are sourced internationally, from small lot farms.