The producers of these two ethically sourced, locally finished and totally tasty products have recently opened for business in the City, just a few doors away from each other in Wale Street.
We’ll be visiting them both in one night! Half of the Slow Food Mother City group will learn about and taste the chocolate, the other the coffee – then we’ll swap over.
At Honest (66 Wale Street), Michael and Anthony will talk about how they source and create their delicious, nutritious raw organic chocolate. You will then get a chance to dip four truffle bonbons to take home in one of Honest’s beautifully designed gift boxes.
At Bean There’s roastery (58 Wale Street), you will be given the background about their Fair Trade farmers from across Africa, and how the coffee is grown, processed, and then, finally, roasted by Khanyiso right there in Wale Street. This short overview will be followed by a cupping (like a wine tasting, but for coffee) of three of Bean There’s origin coffees.
We can only accommodate 20 people, so this one’s going to fill up fast! One guest only per member, please.
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Date: Thursday 14 June 2012.
Time: 6pm start. We should be wrapped by 8.30pm, so why not book dinner in Town? We can recommend… Dear Me, Clarke’s, &Union
Venue: We’ll meet at Bean There (58 Wale Street) and divide the group into two.
Cost: R180 for members, R200 for non-members. (Note that info sessions with cuppings or dippings at each of these producers usually cost upwards of R150 per person.)