Can you hear it? That's the kettle whistling at the top of it's lungs, boiling to serve you a good cup. Come and exchange daily complexities for countryside simplicity, where you can even hand-grind your own coffee beans and watch while we brew... for that special one called You!
Also serving tea, hot chocolate, instant coffee, cold soft drinks, sweet treats & free farm rain water.
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SWEET TREATS & EATS
Who can have a drink without a bite? ...not many :), and we've got something for most taste buds.
Our nibbles are baked creatively from a home kitchen. The ingredients are not always a big secret as we don't offer over the top fancy things, but they have lots of honey as part of the recipe and they taste uniquely delicious.
We don't do meals, but our outdoor kitchen occasionally fires something up to fill a larger gap. Make sure you sign up at the farm to the email list to be notified when the fire is going and the music is playing.
SWEAT TREATS MENU:
Banana Cinnamon Bran Muffins
Honey Cinnamon Bars
Honey Ginger Cookies
OCCASIONAL EATS MENU:
HOW WE SEE COFFEE
We offer coffee our way! You pay what you like or feel on the day! (please don't pay us too much) Keep those extra Rands for when you need them when buying coffee elsewhere at an outrageous price. These days a cup of coffee costs the price of a meal in a corner cafe. Yes, do you hear that!! Cup = a meal...ridiculous. But that is just our view - take from it what you like. We feel that there is no need for this when you visit us. Pay us what your heart is telling you, or if you feel that today I can't afford to pay, we will gladly make you a cup, making sure that no one is excluded from having a cup whilst visiting us.
I, Xander, would like to share a short story. Many years ago when the fancy coffee started to make me a snob (only for a brief time), I visited a person that offered me coffee. I said no thanks I would rather take some tea. My reason was simply that the coffee (that was the best he had) was simply not good enough for me. Although my childhood years were marked with the exact same coffee. For a while this thought of someone offering me the best he has and me rejecting it was hanging over me and challenging me. This lead to an appreciation for instant coffee and for people that drink it. There is simply nothing wrong with instant coffee and it should not be labelled as in today's culture (especially in middle and upper class societies) as some form drink that is now only meant for the lower class societies.
SO THEN... When it comes to real coffee, strong black & no sugar is my favourite, but instant with milk and 2 sugars still takes me back to many memories of bush camping and childhood days and the taste is still unique.
Real coffee or instant, we make sure that everyone enjoys a cup his/her way : )
HOME-MADE SWEET TREATS
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