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149 Lachlan St, Hay, NSW, 2711    Ph: 02 6993 1130    Mob: 0429 931 922    Fax: 02 6993 4681

Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate and everything to quench your thirst

At Robbo's we pride ourselves on our coffee. We only use freshly ground Coffex blended beans.

 

Choose from our range of Coffees, made freshly while you wait:

  • Cappuccino

  • Mini Chino

  • Short Black

  • Flat Coffee

  • Latte

  • Long Black

We have now introduced a new range:

Chai Tea

and

Luxurious Hot Chocolates

 

Why not try one today?

NEWS FLASH

Caffeine hits now guilt-free

June 1, 2008.

There’s no need to feel guilty about that double espresso—scientific research suggests coffee has some surprising health benefits.

 

Drinking large amounts of coffee may help to ward off high blood pressure, age-related memory decline, skin cancer and type 2 diabetes. Plus, Spanish research published in the Journal Of Nutrition Review found coffee has as many cancer-fighting antioxidants as tea and red wine. The benefits of caffeine are more apparent in women than men but scientists are unsure why. French researchers say drinking more than three cups of coffee a day helps protect older women against some age-related memory decline. The French National Institute of Medical Research followed 7000 men and women and found women who drank more than three cups a day had a 30 per cent less chance of having a decline in verbal memory and 18 per cent less chance of visual and spatial declines, compared with women who drank one cup a day. The study's lead author Dr Karen Ritchie says she is not sure why only women benefited. "Our best guess is that women don't metabolise coffee in the same way as men," she says. The Sun Herald (Sydney).

Don't forget to check out our cold drinks lines.

Apart from the normal chilled drinks of juice, pre mixed milk drinks, and fizzy drinks, we carry a wide range of diabetic drinks.

 

Our Milkshakes are favourites everywhere or why not try our new range of

 

 

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