Other Africans creating delicious drinks
Kumusha in the Zimbabwean Shona language translates to ‘your home’, ‘your roots’ or ‘your origin’. I believe the best wines are representative of their region. I met Attie Louw from Opstal estate some years ago and it has grown to a relationship where I have been able to work with the fruit from the Breedekloof Valley to create wines that I would not only like to drink myself, but wines that, from my experience as sommelier, are representative of what is leading the way for the style of South African wines. Minimal intervention wine making and natural fermentation is aimed at letting the wine be free to do the talking. - Tinashe Nyamudoka
Ka Pa Tée is a lifestyle, a choice, a revolution! Thousands of years of wisdom and healing sealed in nature. Ditch the tea bag .... Go commando ..... And let your tea leaves loose in a steaming pot of freedom. No artificial flavors, sweetners, or nasties. Just mama nature at her 100% organic glorious best. Inhale......exhale... Sip deep and long. Reclaim your day & make tea not war. Join the teavolution.. - Ka Pa Tée
New cool coffee spot in Khayelitsha. Serving specialty coffee, SIKIS blend proudly African beans. Come pay us a visit 😊7 Ntaba Street- Ka Pa Tée
When you are enjoying a beer with friends and strangers, you are celebrating the traditional legacy of the Nguni people. This is a tradition Ukhamba Beerworx wants to preserve.
Manya Coffee was formed in Cape Town by two college friends from Uganda and Zimbabwe. We are a socially conscious company that is passionate about empowering the small holder farmers who actually produce these great coffees. Their principle is simple; giving farmers a larger stake in the sale of the roasted coffee that they produce.