Quaffee Newsletter Vol 1 Issue 2 Aug

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This is the second newsletter and Wow do we have news. We have a new home! Nic is on the verge of opening a place where all Quaffee lovers can meet and eat and drink, and Mzukisi is now our master roaster

Regards,

The Quaffee Team


We have moved to Buitenverwachting

It is with great excitement that we can now announce that we are now up and roasting at Buitenverwachting wine farm. Our 12kg Diedrich has been roasting for almost a month there already, and with our phone lines finally moved yesterday we can announce that we are open.

This new move is one that has taken close to 9 months to finalize, and we are very excited to be here. Just like a wine farm should we will be offering tastings of Quaffee here, team building events on demand and will welcome all our clients to the roastery.

We have a small space since this is a production and admin facility here. But Nic is working with Buitenverwachting to add to their offering a place where you can enjoy coffee and snacks, that he and Buitenverwachting hope will be up and running in 6 weeks time.

We are now checking each roast, and can produced detailed results on each roast for you. We will continue to use the best coffee we can source, read below for exciting news regarding that.

Here are a few pics of the Mzukisi and the Quaffee Bloc:

Mzukisi with a small batch of Limu

Mzukisi having just pulled a small 3kg load of Limu

Quaffee's little Roastery

Quaffee’s little roastery

So drop us a line and pop in. We will try and even have milk there sometimes 😉

Not sure where Buitenverwachting is? Go to our contact us page or on Google maps enter in Quaffee.


New coffees coming October

We are always on the look out for great coffees. We imported the Columbian coffees we sell directly and now we are also importing some fully traceable and very drinkable coffees. The coffees are already on the water, here are some details on them:

  1. From São Judas Tadeu Farm in Brazil, we were only able to get 1 bag of this. Probably the best Brazilian coffee we have tasted
  2. From Mexico a Cup of Excellence coffee that was placed #1, from Coatepec, Veracruz
  3. Another great coffee we cupped from Finca Santa Teresa, we enjoyed this coffee in a blind tasting
  4. A coffee from El Salvador Pacas – La Palma, Chalatenango
  5. And after almost 4 years we finally have Tarruza back. This was a big favourite before and we are bringing in a number of bags.

So check out our website to see when they are available.


So that is it for now. It has been great to update you and hope to hear your feedback.

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