Archive | May, 2011

10 Great Coffee Logos

A little Tuesday morning inspiration… Via Tripwire Magazine Tweet

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Escape Caffe

“What do I want to do and where do I want to live?” were the questions Lameen Abdul-Malik, owner of Escape Caffe and Nobel Peace Prize winner, found himself asking. The answers were simple enough. “Coffee and Cape Town.” His little coffee spot on Bree Street opened last September but the dream was born many […]

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Not for the faint of heart….

If you’ve ever thought that the guys over at Deluxe are a little crazy…you’re right. This coming Saturday, Deluxe Coffeeworks is holding a high-speed, death-defying, cycling/skating race from the Table Mountain Cableway to their roastery on Church Street. The ‘Death Race’ as they’ve called it kicks off at 11am and there are no rules – […]

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Coffee Joulies

Coffee Joulies absorb energy from your coffee when it is super hot and then cool it down to a drinkable temperature. They then release that stored energy back into your coffee keeping it in the right temperature range for twice as long. What the heck? I wasn’t quite sure about these little guys at first […]

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Freedom Cafe

If you’re looking for a super cool spot to visit in Durbs, Freedom Café is the place to go. Housed in a converted red shipping container with a glass extension, this spot is the brainchild of Neil Roake and offers a detailed expression of his expertise in the worlds of food and design. The place […]

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The Good, the Bad and the Creepy.

The Good.   The Bad.   The Creepy! Tweet

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Black Gold Screening Tonight

Just a reminder about the screening of Black Gold tonight and tomorrow night at the Labia (on Orange) at 6:15pm. The screening is part of the Fairtrade Coffee Week campaign. Tweet

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Fairtrade Coffee Week

This week is Fairtrade Coffee Week, people. Launched by Fairtrade Label South Africa (FLSA), the campaign aims to increase awareness around Fairtrade, and especially Fairtrade coffee, amongst South Africans. The campaign includes an hourly fun fact about coffee on Fairtrade’s Twitter and Facebook pages, between 9am and 5pm, throughout the week and runs along other […]

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There’s something you should know about coffee drinkers….

Photo taken in Singapore. Via a friend of a friend… Tweet

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The Patisserie

Bursting with all things pretty, pink and sweet, The Patisserie in Illovo is the kind of place you’d go for a tea (or coffee) party. Black and white checkered tiles meet pink and white striped walls adorned with Cath Kidtson fabrics and prints of Audrey Hepburn. Chocolate cake, meringues, Turkish Delight and pretty much every […]

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