The Truth is out there… Truth Coffee
We know that Cape Town is known for its beaches, good wine, outdoor activity and Table Mountain but when you are somewhere as diverse as Cape Town you kind of have to see what else is going on. Here at Tibush we are all about finding these unique little nooks and cranny places to discover and enjoy and whilst we all love enjoying the wine lands and beaches of the Cape, occasionally we like to enjoy a good cup of coffee, relax and connect with friends.
So for all you coffee fundis the truth is in Cape Town… That’s right Cape Town has one of the world’s best coffee shops as reviewed by UK Daily Telegraph.
Expect an air of steampunk artisan experience when you enter the premise of Truth Coffee located on 36 Buitenkant Street, Cape Town.
The coffee is all hand-roasted in a vintage cast iron drum, so expect to ‘taste the joy of the extraordinary’.
Quality coffees, vibrant vibe with live music, do make Truth Coffee one of your pit stops when visiting Cape Town.
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In this city´s perennial heat, a moment to refresh is always welcome. Try Panther Coffee (2390 NW 2nd Ave), offering an extra-caffeinated cold brew, that´s steeped overnight. It´s also the perfect place to relax over a cuppa, connected to wifi and meet friendly locals.
All you coffee connoisseurs imagine enjoying some good coffee while contributing to good causes….imagine no more.
Johannesburg is home to a number of well-appointed coffee shops that locals love and travelling business people return to and Vintage coffee is one them.
So much more than your run-of-the-mill coffee shop, Vintage is a coffee shop that offers very good coffee for the connoisseur, from iced coffee, to cappuccinos, to Espresso, and for less than half what they wanted in restaurants in more touristy areas.
With two locations in Centurion and Menlyn Pretoria, the décor of Vintage Coffee is funky, modern and the wood has been used craftily to provide an industrial look and feel.
This non-profit organisation Vintage Coffee is run by husband-and-wife team Kevin and Rebeca Clark and opened its doors to the public on 23 July 2014. The concept behind the coffee shop is to provide part of its profits to a worthy cause, when buying a coffee (a robust roast of blended Brazilian and Tanzanian beans), customers are handed a vintage two-cent coin, which they drop into the box of their choosing. Tokens are counted at the end of the month and the organisation with the most votes receives the profits. What’s more Vintage Coffee is one of the first coffee shop of this model to open in South Africa.
So if you find yourself in the Capital City do take a pop into Vintage coffee!
Franco’s beach bar in Porto Garibaldi/Bagno No.61A. Best coffee, drinks and snacks in a very cool location. Tibush people enjoying the sunset and the fresh Croissants with cappuccino.