Here you will find the probably most southerly grown coffee in the world!
- The first plants were imported from Kenya and cultivated since the 1960s, since the 1980s only Arabica.
- There are only 2 coffee plantations: the Beaver Creek Coffee Farm on the Indian Ocean as well as the Transkei Coffee Company, 100 km south.
- Since the production volumes are very low, of which only a fraction is exported and the quality is high, South African coffee is regarded as an exclusive rarity.
- The coffe is full-bodied with a fine acidity and has a delicate flavor and spicy.
- He is thus more like the Central American coffee than the African one.
- If you want to enjoy Cape Town’s hip coffee culture, you will get top quality in your cup here:
☕ Traditional Preparation
- Pack coffee beans in a linen bag and crush them with a dull object or take ground coffee.
- Use not less than 60 g of coffee per liter of water.
- Pour cold water and coffee into a coffee pot and place in the oven or on an open fire for 5-10 min. Simmer.
- Take care that the water does not boil violently, but is only hot, so that the coffee does not become bitter.
- Use a fine sieve to fill the coffee into an enamel cup.
- Depending on the taste add sweetened condensed milk and hot milk to it.