Selati Sugar's Cafe of the Month

Welcome to Selati's Cafe of the Month powered by the Coffee Magazine.

Cafes are communities. We make these coffee spaces our homes. Our favourite baristas know our names. The owners of these cafes make sure that we get the best quality coffees and treats in a beautiful setting. Most of our favourite cafe spaces are small businesses with very passionate and hands-on people behind them, now is your chance to show them how much you appreciate the community.

Every cafe needs sugar. And they should have the best. Selati Sugar is making it their mission to get their top quality sugar to cafes so that you can rest assured that your amazing coffee is paired with an amazing sugar.

Vote now!

Your favourite cafe can win:

  • R2000 worth of Selati product (Brown sugar, White Sugar, Sweetners)
  • Cafe of the Month trophy
  • Major bragging rights

Cast your vote below by clicking 'like' on the photo of your favourite cafe. Increase their chance of winning by sharing the cafe on your Facebook feed.


September 2017

Continental - Butcher. Baker. Deli

And amazing coffee! Hassan and Azhar Khan have the ambition to serve the best espresso in Durban and we're certain they have the passion to make it happen. A beautiful cafe and you can get so much grocery shopping done in this amazing and versatile space.

Motherland Coffee Company - Dunkeld

These guys are doing it right! The vibe at this spot is indicative of this team's amazing company culture. You just can't help but want to be part of that positive energy!

So Whipped

Candice Courtney is a powerhouse woman with an incredible skill for baking and a passion for serving fantastic coffee with her sublime baked goods. This place is sugar heaven!

AfroBoer

This uniquely non-traditional baker's cafè and coffee shop, hidden away in Lynwood Road, Pretoria is a treat! The Weeping-Boerbean is a tree that grows here next to our stoep, indigenous to South Africa, and named "a crying tree"... The flowers are rich deep red and shine brightly in winter sunshine. Filled with nectar dripping like tears falling to the ground they remind of Africa, crying over her beloved country. Their coffee is roasted and supplied by TriBeCa, they use the Tanzanian Kilimanjaro Single Origin bean.

Kamili Coffee

In a densely populted Cape Town coffee landscape, Kamili Coffee has found their community on Harrington Street and are going from strength to strength. Owner Theo Snyckers is dedicated to quality and the cafe is a testament to that.


 

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