A Whole Latte Love
Recipe: COFFEE COLADA
Recipe: SUMMER BERRIES WITH COFFEE SABAYON
A History of Coffee around the World
 


CHRISTMAS SPECIAL:

To get into the Christmas spirit we are running our first Christmas special…..

Spend R1000 or more on coffee during the month of November and receive a limited edition, handcrafted bottle of traditional grappa valued at R200 free….while stocks last.


A WHOLE LATTE LOVE

Christmas is almost upon us & this year has bought about a lot of change. The beginning of Latte Love which has seen you, our “coffee family” grow in numbers, to Latte Love moving to its new home. As of Monday the 14th November our new contact number will be (021) 761 2342.

Our Twitter and Facebook applications are now up and running. Follow us on Twitter at LatteLoveSA for all the latest specials and updates and “Like” us on Facebook.

Because the Christmas spirit has hit Latte Love we are offering the first 10 customers to follow us on Twitter a 10% discount on their next coffee purchase.

We have been notified by our couriers that due to the constant increase in petrol surcharges they have had no option but to increase their rates as of the 1st December. Latte Love will quote on request for all orders requiring the courier service. Alternatively, we also offer registered counter to counter postal service


 
 

‘To drink is human, to drink coffee is divine!’
– Anonymous.

 
 


Recipe: COFFEE COLADA

This coffee cocktail is a riot of bold Caribbean flavours. A jug can be made up a couple of hours in advance, then allowed to partially freeze, like a frozen margarita, before topping with plenty of whipped cream.

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Recipe: SUMMER BERRIES WITH COFFEE SABAYON

For a light and deliciously refreshing finale, serve a platter of fresh summer fruit with a fluffy coffee sauce, which has the added advantage of being delightfully easy to make.

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Beethoven was so particular about his coffee that he always counted 60 beans for each cup when he prepared his brew.

 
 


A History of coffee around the World

16th Century

1511

Khair Beg, the corrupt governor of Mecca, tries to ban coffee for fear that its influence might foster opposition to his rule. He even summons experts from every walk of life to testify against coffee. When the sultan learns of this he angrily declares that coffee is sacred and has the governor executed.

Priests petition Pope Clement VIII to ban the evil drinking of coffee. He refuses (it is believed he was secretly a coffee lover) and decides to baptise it instead, making it an acceptable Christian drink.

At the same time, Ahmet Pasha, the governor of Egypt during the late 16th century, was building coffeehouses as a public works project in order to increase his political popularity

 
 

Until next month,
With A Whole Latte Love,

 

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