Anthony Breed Music and Jham Bar owner Anthony Breed, 31, sits down for a coffee at Jham Bar on Toolooa Street, Gladstone.
Anthony Breed Music and Jham Bar owner Anthony Breed, 31, sits down for a coffee at Jham Bar on Toolooa Street, Gladstone. Luka Kauzlaric

Have a coffee with... Jham Bar’s Anthony Breed

THIS week we have a coffee with Anthony Breed, owner of Jham Bar and Anthony Breed Music.

Name: Anthony Breed, 31, Gladstone.

Occupation: Anthony Breed Music and Jham Bar owner.

Years lived in Gladstone: Three. Grew up in Maryborough.

WHEN I order a coffee I make it a double shot vanilla latte.

One of the most bizarre coffee requests I've had at the cafe is a half strength decaf soy vanilla flat white. I say: "Why bother?"

My guiltiest pleasure is sugar. My wife Hayley is completely sugar free, but I need to have my daily fix.

I wouldn't eat fish from Gladstone Harbour based on how it has been stereotyped.

When I was younger my dream was to do what I'm doing now. I wanted to open a national music store chain. You have to have the passion, drive and determination and surround yourself with like-minded people living your dream.

On a sunny Saturday afternoon you can find me at home with the kids and wife.

I don't usually shop at the NightOwl, but when I do I leave the car park by turning left legally.

I wouldn't say I have a hero but someone I look up to in life is Donald Trump. He's an established businessman.

When I feel like splurging I grab a coffee and sit out the front of my shop.

I don't know why but Tom Hanks comes to mind when I think of someone who would play me in a movie about my life.

My first order of business as newly elected PM would be to adopt policy to look after small and medium businesses. SMEs are the backbone of Australia's economy.