A Whole Latte Love
A History of Coffee around the World


The first 10 customers to register online will each be rewarded with 15 coffee bucks.

Heres how it works:

Latte Love would like to reward our valued online customers with coffee bucks on all coffee bean purchases.

Each coffee buck has a R1.00 value and is redeemable on all future online purchases.

All you need to do is register online and place all future orders on the Latte Love website to qualify.


Our 2nd issue of "A Whole Latte Love" is here already and what an amazing response we have received since our website launch last month….thank you for all the positive feedback!

Latte Love is currently working on a number of things: the launch of our new label designs; the online credit card facility; our Twitter and Facebook applications and much more.

This month sees the launch of our redeemable coffee bucks.
Latte Love coffee bucks are rewarded to all our online registered customers that purchase coffee directly from our website. Each coffee buck is equivalent to R1.00 and is redeemable on any coffee purchase.

The first 10 customers to register online will each be rewarded with 15 coffee bucks. Start earning…register now.

Don't miss out on next months "A Whole Latte Love" where we will be launching our Christmas Specials.


‘Coffee is the common man's gold, and like gold, brings to every person the feeling of luxury and nobility.’
–Sheik Abd-al-Kadir, In Praise of Coffee, 1587.



Normandy, like Washington State in the United States of America, is know for its apple orchards, and gives its name to many dishes made with apple juice or apple sauce. This recipe blends the flavour of apples with spices for a delicious, tangy coffee drink.

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These hot bananas taste equally good served with coconut or coffee ice cream.

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A coffee tree has a lifespan of about 50 years. The coffee cherries turn from yellow to orange and then bright red 6-8 months after flowering. When it is in bloom, the coffee tree is covered in 30,000 white flowers, which begin to develop into fruit after 24-36 hours.


A History of coffee around the World

15th Century

For the Sufis in Yemen, coffee’s ability to keep them alert during night-time worship becomes invaluable. From their communal function, coffee drinking evolves as a group activity, a trait that eventually carries over to the general Muslim population who shun alcohol. To keep up with the demand for this valued drink, coffee is planted extensively throughout the country.


World’s first coffee shop opens in Constantinople. Throughout the first few centuries of its history in the Islamic world, coffee was extremely controversial.
Coffeehouses competed with mosques for attendance and were unofficial meeting places that threatened to incite rebellion against religion and government. To those who attended them, the first coffeehouses were called qahveh khaneh (schools of wisdom) because they became the meeting places of men of arts, science and literature. Efforts were launched, and persisted for at least a hundreds years, to declare coffee an intoxicant forbidden by Islamic law.


Until next month,
With A Whole Latte Love,


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