Talor Browne is a coffee roaster, barista, pastry chef, writer and Q grader with over 15 years experience in the specialty coffee industry. Born in a rural Victorian town in Australia, she spent her formative years in the burgeoning coffee scene in Melbourne working for some the most respected specialty businesses in the country: from St.Ali to Brother Baba Budan, Seven Seeds and Market Lane. She was then headhunted to expand Coutume in Paris and following a brief stint in France, shifted to Oslo at the behest of Tim Wendelboe.
Whilst in Oslo, she has been a formative member of the specialty industry. Rising to the position of head roaster whilst at Tim Wendelboe where she was responsible for the roasting of multiple coffees used by competitors in the World Barista Championship and coffees served at some of the world’s best restaurants: Noma and Maaemo.
She completed her Q in 2013 and has judged multiple coffee competitions such as the Norwegian Roaster Competition as head judge and the Norwegian Aeropress Championship.
Talor is also an accomplished public speaker having taken the stage in Belgium with Tamper Tantrum (Coffee, I love you but you’re bringing me down), Re:Co Dublin (Twice as good for half as much), Women Barista Connect, The International Coffee Organisation in London and the inaugural Roasters Guild of Europe camp in Estonia.
She brings multiple continents worth of experience and wants to revolutionise the way that people drink coffee at home. With Talormade she wants to take care of the quality and help you find the coffee that you love the most, then make it easy for you to get it.