Coffee time now exists in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, with the likes of Coffeeshop Coffee and Starbucks Coffee Time available on both.
The move comes as Australia is preparing to open its first national coffee shops to serve customers from overseas, including the US and Canada.
Read moreCoffee time now available on all three continentsCoffeeshop coffee and Starbucks coffee time will be available on the first wave of national coffee shop opening in Australia next week.
“Our global customers are asking us to deliver the most delicious coffee in the world to Australia,” Coffee Time Australia general manager David Crouch told ABC News.
Crouch said it was important to offer customers in Australia a wide range of coffees, but it was also important to deliver coffees that were affordable.
“We’ve worked with some of the world’s leading roasters and we’ve found the right balance of quality and affordability,” he said.
“So the price point has been great.”
Crouch noted that Starbucks was only the latest to offer coffee at the price points.
“Coffa is becoming a really important part of the coffee experience for a lot of our customers,” he explained.
“And if you want a great coffee, you’ve got to look at how much money you’re spending and what you’re paying for.”
Coffy cafe locationsIn addition to coffee, Coffee Time also offers a range of other beverages, including teas, hot chocolate and smoothies.
The company’s website offers a variety of other drinks including a selection of “coffee shakes”, “coffeas”, “coffee milkshakes” and “coffees”, which can be mixed and matched with other beverages.
The coffee time offering will also include a range that offers more “offbeat” coffees.
Coffymass Coffee is an offbeat coffee and teas company from New Zealand.
It opened its first coffee shop in Melbourne last year and will be offering the same coffees and coffees time in all its locations.
Cookie Time also has a coffee and tea menu available.