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All figures are accurate as of June 7, Nowhere else in the city will you find the likes of a Chemex and Aeropress combo at those prices. Grab a wonderfully sunny spot and a cup of the house blend.

Barista Neo insists the Indian beans lend each shot a sweet spiciness, which balances out the citrus tones from Guatemala and Brazil. Each batch of coffee is made with a specific function in mind, such as the Barista Blend that features a double combo of acid from their Malawian and Brazilian beans that promises to make any milk-based coffee sing.

Father Coffee Braamfontein, Rosebank What started out as a side hustle for a bunch of tattooed and bearded enthusiastic coffee connoisseurs has become a staple in the Johannesburg coffee landscape. With impeccably roasted micro-lot beans, combined with the best almond croissants in town, this spot attracts cool kids to its pine-clad halls, who all wait to get their fix from Felix, by far the best-dressed barista in town. Firebird Maboneng Originally hailing from Durban, these sustainably sourced, single-origin beans from the Long Mile Coffee Project enjoy their northern home in the courtyard of the restored Cosmopolitan hotel.

Either way, nab one of the lush mini cheesecakes — if they have any left, that is. Loof Coffee Norwood Make yourself at home with one of the many second-hand books sprawled around this cosy and popular shared workspace just off the culinary jumble that is Grant Avenue. This African-focused brand of cafés has established a loyal coffee-drinking fanbase in spite of its lack of flashy Chemex options — although you can get a pour-over for R24 — thanks to its great service, good food and fun-filled names.

State 5 Coffee Roastery Greenside Normally any coffee that illustrates its blends with various moustaches and beards would have us worried, but there is nothing to fear here, as State 5 delivers with subtle flavours of caramel, berries or molasses depending on which shape of facial hair you pick. This roastery-café is also one of the few to serve more than muffins to its legion of loyal coffice customers who make the best of the uncapped WiFi; look forward to all-day breakfasts, salads, sandwiches and slow-roasted lamb yiros on the menu.

Rich, multidimensional flavours and aromas can be expected in every cup. A cappuccino costs R WiFi is also available. WiFi is also available for patrons. Order the deep-fried churros alongside to enjoy with your drink. The barista makes magic with the beans to craft seriously delectable coffee. A cappuccino costs R22; a flat white R The pasteis de nata are the perfect accompaniment to the excellent coffee. Grounded Villeria A good cup of coffee is few and far between in Die Moot, but Grounded is changing the game.

The coffee here is made with beans from three Central American nations: Costa Rica, Brazil and Guatemala. A short cappuccino costs R Grab one of the delicious toasties for a quick, awesome breakfast. WiFi is available and Grounded is also pet friendly. Brooklyn Lucky Bread Co. The display of coffee beans alone shows you how serious they are about the craft of brewing a seriously good cup.

Colombian La Varsovia or Ethiopian Yirgacheffe, anyone? Order any one of the styles, but the pour-over is always a joy. A cappuccino or flat white will knock you back R There are also have excellent pastries and breakfast options, and you can buy beans to take home.

Breakfasts are lovely and the bombolini Italian filled doughnuts are perfect enjoyed with a freshly brewed cup. A short flat white costs R All of the branches offer a good selection of breakfasts. Vintage Coffee Lynnwood This is where serious coffee is made and enjoyed in the capital. This coffee is a blend of beans from Tanzania and Brazil, and is roasted by the masters from Roast Republic. Pour-over, Chemex and siphon are all on offer.

The organic beans on offer are Ethiopian, roasted in small batches on the premises and served as single origin or in blends like Bean Green signature. Locals can enjoy the comforting crackle of the record player and sip on a perfect flat whites R17 paired with the popular triple-chocolate brownie or apple crumble. A flat white and biscuit at Bean Green Coffee in Glenwood. Photo by Jan Ras.

Beaver Creek Coffee Port Edward Arabica beans are grown, harvested and roasted on this picturesque estate. Aficionados can also purchase coffees online. The Colombo team sources beans from the finest green coffee from growers in Africa, and South and Central America, with an array of warm drinks ranging from the classic cafe latte and Americano to slow-brewed coffees done in a French press or syphon.

Fortune Coffee Morningside This coffee shop is nestled inside the beautiful Con Amore decor store, offering excellent coffee made by talented baristas with Coffee Merchant and Costa Rica beans , power smoothies, breakfasts, and Mediterranean-inspired lunches of salads, wraps and pita breads.

A delicious large cappuccino will set you back R Lineage Coffee Hillcrest Craig Charity, award-winning barista and owner of Lineage Coffee, has been in the game for over 10 years and is keeping caffeine hunters happy with his coffee roastery and café in Hillcrest. Order a flat white R25 made from organic Ethiopian, Ugandan and Burundian beans or stop in to purchase some coffee equipment.

Noble Coffee Clairwood This hole-in-the-wall coffee shop is one of the hippest hidden gems to hit the city. Caffeine lovers can find everything here, from a flat white R25 to ristretto or V60 pour overs with green beans from Cultivar Coffee and Tanzania. Light snacks by Renegade Kitchen are also on offer, as well as freshly baked pastries.

Keep your eyes on the Facebook page for music nights and other events. These are roasted, blended and flavoured on site to create the full-bodied range of coffees including the signature dark-roast Great Dane blend. The roasters also offer a range of flavoured brews hazelnut, French vanilla, Dutch chocolate and English toffee and have forged a partnership with the Sharks rugby team to make their very own blend.

Settle in the sun and enjoy a flat white R25 with a treat like milk-tart cigars, muffins, cinnamon-and-walnut cheesecake, or home-made scones. This consists of a double shot of espresso and condensed milk topped with stretched milk R A selection of coffee accessories and equipment such as plungers, grinders, espresso machines and hand-crafted chocolate are also on offer at the shop. Photo by Ruby Jean Photography. The coffee blends display hints of toasted hazelnut, caramel and dark chocolate.

You can watch the roaster whirr away as you sip on a flat white R26 and enjoy delicious breakfasts, lunches or coffee treats. Take advantage of the daily R16 coffee special from 6. Deluxe Coffeeworks Gardens This small roastery has a bit of a cult following. The blends of coffee are delicious, unique and sourced from all over the globe, including Ethiopia, Guatemala and Costa Rica. Beans to take home can be freshly ground to your specifications while you sip away on your favourite brew R18 for a flat white and soak up the edgy atmosphere.

Espresso Lab Microroasters Woodstock This passionate speciality coffee roastery has a hand-picked selection of imported green beans roasted in small batches at low temperatures on the premises.

The owner has spent some time in Scandinavia and has learnt an approach that leads to a more subtle aroma and taste of the palate. Most of the beans are organic, and single-origin beans as well as blends from Costa Rica to Indonesia are offered. Escape the Neighbourgoods Market on a Saturday and sneak in here for a Black Ice espresso, crushed ice and natural sweetener , a Vitamin C espresso shot with orange juice , or a coffee and tonic. Prices range from R22 to R The coffee menu is similar to that of a comprehensive wine list, with tasting notes on each blend and single-origin cup.

A Heritage blend is also offered, made up of two South American coffees mixed with a touch of African beans for a smooth, floral finish. Haas Coffee City Bowl Coffee at this beautiful coffee spot is described by the Haas team as art itself. The roasters have taken great care in sourcing the finest beans from around the world, including a variety of single-origin coffees from Brazil and Indonesia.

Sip on Ethiopian, Guatemalan or Colombian single-origin coffees or try the complex Haas blend R23 for a flat white. Those who prefer something even more exotic could sample the delectably smooth Jamaican Blue Mountain, made with beans that have been shade grown on the misty slopes of the Jamaican mountains at an altitude of 1 m. Hard Pressed Foreshore Good coffee coupled with good music is hard to beat. And with seating both indoors and outdoors, plus free WiFi, this little gem is a great place to get a caffeine fix before, after or during working hours.

Their delicious coffee is a special blend courtesy of Mischu and goes great with one of their brekkies or hearty sandwiches. Hazz Coffee Newlands At Hazz you can sip on a special blend of pure Arabica beans poured to perfection by master baristas.

The boutique roastery and espresso bar serves classic caffeinated drinks, from the flat white R20 for a double to the macchiato. You can also order special plunger and Chemex brews. To pair a snack with your cuppa, tuck into deli sandwiches and pastries. The flat whites here are pretty spectacular, and the shop is open from 7am on weekdays for early birds.

Go before 9am to take advantage of the discounted coffees R15 for a single; R20 for a double. Grab a pastry and order your coffee to go and take it for a walk to the promenade. Origin Coffee Roasting City Bowl This artisanal roastery and barista school is also home to a bustling café. Grab a table and sip on your favourite brew and enjoy a bagel, buy boxes of roasted coffees, or watch the espresso machine and coffee grinders at work.

Beans come from Africa, South America, Central America and Asia Pacific, and the baristas also serve nitro coffee and nitrogen-infused tea. Standouts are the Hashtag, with a blended double-shot of espresso, vanilla ice cream and Oreos R35 , and the Italian Plumber, with vanilla ice cream, Nutella and condensed milk R Take advantage of the morning special where all classic coffees go for R15 between 7am to 9am, Monday to Saturday.

The most popular brew is, of course, the flat white R The Truth team choice, however, is the Sunrise Espresso, a double shot of espresso with a dash of orange juice, which is apparently way more delicious than it sounds. She is responsible for roasting the beans that come from organically certified farms from around the globe. The team are also launching a new menu soon, so be sure to keep your eyes out for that.

Visit the coffee bar and enjoy your choice of coffee and bean R30 for a flat white with a pastry. You can also grab a slow brew, with a choice between a pour-over or a Kyoto ice coffee. Complement your choice of coffee R24 for a flat white with a stroll around the quaint town of Riebeek Kasteel.

Pop in to buy your beans or find a cosy spot on the couch and play a board game while enjoying your cuppa R28 for a grande flat white. The roastery also has a nifty deli filled with lovely spreads, chocolates and olive oils. Meraki Stellenbosch This picture-perfect coffee shop ticks all the boxes with its beautiful and homely food and drinks, and friendly service.

The beans here are from Deluxe Coffeeworks and are expertly turned into espresso, Americanos and flat whites R22 for a caffeine kick. Baked creations are an irresistible accompaniment, too. Terbodore Coffee Roasters Franschhoek This roastery uses imported Arabica coffee beans from 13 different countries.

They are roasted, blended and flavoured on site to create the full-bodied range of Terbodore coffees, including the signature dark-roast Great Dane blend. The roasters also offer a range of flavoured brews hazelnut, French vanilla, Dutch chocolate and English toffee. The beans are heated with infrared radiation heaters in a revolving perforated drum, which then transfers secondary heat to the beans via conduction.

This process is not only great for the environment, but it also adds an intense flavour from the slowly developed beans. The selection of coffees includes 11 different blends and single-origin options. A flat white will set you back R28 for a large. Strictly Coffee Robertson This boutique coffee roastery makes a good post-wine-tasting pit stop. The team roasts a variety of coffees from around the world, including Zimbabwe, Guatemala, Costa Rica and Sidamo in Ethiopia.

The policy is to roast to order, so that customers get the freshest possible brews. R20 for a large flat white. Please note that while we take care to ensure the accuracy of our information, some details might change without our knowledge.

Have we missed your favourite coffee roastery or café? Amazing coffee and awesome atmosphere! Well I would have thought that you would have started with South African coffee growers that reap and process there own beans and then roast the beans for a perfect South Africa home brew coffee.

The Sabie Valley Coffee shop is just one of these coffee shops. Just one comment about Urban Grind in Parkhurst, which I think only makes it on the list because of the quality of the coffee and nothing else. It started out great and very enthusiastic. And gone are the days of a free coffee. They charge now, even when buying bags of beans. Throw on R25 or so for that tester you had to try the beans they recommended. Thank you, we feel we are on the list for pure quality of our roasting and customer service.

We definitely still give away free coffee. Infact , our social development barista training program provides needy people with jobs every month and the amount of coffee appreciation courses and home barista courses — where you learn to brew on your simple home machine correctly or make the simple plunger to the best of your ability speaks truly to our urban grind roasters non pretentious attitude towards the customer.