TRIBE COFFEE ROASTING launches at The Foundry

TRIBE COFFEE ROASTING officially opened its doors to its TRIBE family, media and celebrity guests last week Thursday. The TRIBE Trailblazers have moved their roastery to a new site in the artists haven of the Woodstock Foundry with a café bar designed by Rivets and Rockets and bamboo recycled set pieces from MBA Architect Design.

TRIBE COFFEE ROASTING is now situated in one of Cape Town’s oldest residential and business nodes, at 170 Albert Road – The Woodstock Foundry. At the Tribe Cafe, patrons will be able to discover up to nine different coffee beans from around the world including: Brazil, Peru, Costa Rica, Indonesia, India, Malawi, Rwanda, Zambia, Guatemala, El Salvador.

Jake Easton, Bradley Juter and Kate Nero, the trailblazers behind TRIBE Coffee, share their passion in the specialty coffee revolution which is strongest in Cape Town. The trio look beyond the horizon and tried to gaze into the future with coffee flavours, café design, training ideas, ethical sourcing of coffee and unparalleled customer service.

Founder, Jake Easton says “The coffee revolution is in full swing in Cape Town and after starting at the bottom three and a half years ago, we’ve got our whole team here, fully embracing this revolution with passion and artistry”.

The launch saw that all guests invited through an interactive TRIBE Coffee roasting session. They were treated to an array of Munch Box stylish eateries, which will also be stocked at the TRIBE Café along with the café’s speciality Americano, Espresso, Macchiato, Flat White and Latte coffees. TRIBE welcomes all to join them by visiting their new premises between 7am and 4pm Monday – Friday & 9am-1pm on Saturdays…

Join the TRIBE team as life is too short to drink bad coffee!

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Photography credited to: Fiona Milligan - www.yourcupoftea.co.za

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