Coffee, Cafes & Bakeries



What’s Roasting in the Haliburton Highlands?

We all love to support local businesses, and coffee shops are no exception! Local independent coffee roasters & cafes provide a unique experience and rich flavours you can’t get at regular chains. So grab your reusable mug and make your way to some of these great coffee roasters & cafes for a tasty cup of joe.


Where to find Local Roasters

Castle Cafe & Roastery – Haliburton

Their coffees are grown organically in Nicaragua and imported directly by Castle Café for roasting at the Haliburton Café.

When drinking Castle Cafe coffee you can expect an exceptionally balanced medium-dark roast with solid body, nutty aroma, and a hint of citrus fruit.

Castle Cafe pride themselves in roasting their beans fresh weekly and offer a sizeable menu of traditional espresso based drinks.


Haliburton County Coffee Roasters – West Guilford

County Coffee sources green coffee beans from farmers committed to excellent coffee, sustainability, and fair business practices. Light, medium, dark or decaf, their coffee is roasted by hand in small batches to bring out the best in the beans.

You can shop locally and find seven different roasts on their Online Store or taste their coffee and support local cafes throughout the Haliburton Highlands.



Rebel Elixir Coffee Roastery – Haliburton

A coffee roaster providing local, fresh coffee to retail stores, workplaces, restaurants and for custom individual orders.

Congratulations to Rebel Elixir for getting featured by the Culinary Tourism Alliance. Rebel Elixir is just one of the local food producers that help create a thriving, creative, sustainable food network for your enjoyment. Click Here to read the story.

View their Online listings. Also Coffee is available curbside at 1148 Tattersal Road for safe pickup and in Haliburton village at Foodland.


Great places to sip, taste & Enjoy

You may also be hungry in the morning… be sure to satisfy your hunger at a local eatery for Breakfast & Brunch.

Below are some great pictures of the #myhaliburtonhighlands that might make your mouth water.