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Our Coffee Grind Options give you the freedom to choose

Since its discovery during the eleventh century, Coffee has become one of the largest traded commodities in the world.

With over 2.5 billion cups consumed across the globe every day, coffee has become a sacred daily ritual.

Coffee cultures each have their own preferred ways of enjoying coffee. Some like their filter coffee, some adore the taste of a fresh cup of French press, while others enjoy getting their day started with an espresso.

The problem is, each coffee making method demands a specific coffee grind, which aren’t always very easy to find.

Coffee Grinds - Coffee Cape Town

As coffee specialists and lovers, Kahvé Road recognised this difficulty and decided to make things a little easier for our customers.

We now offer several coffee grind options, each perfectly ground to match your favourite coffee making method.

Coffee Grinds at Kahvé Road

  • Areopress
  • Filter
  • Home Espresso
  • Moka Pot
  • Plunger
  • Pour over
  • Un-ground

Additionally, these coffee grinds come in 3 different quantities:

  • 250-gram bag
  • 1kg bag
  • 2kg bag

Where can you purchase our coffee?

Visit our coffee shop in Claremont or our online store to purchase any one of our coffee blends or wholesale coffee.

For your convenience, we offer delivery at a minimum fee, making sure you aren’t left without your morning coffee.

Kahvé Road – Coffee wholesalers and Coffee shop Claremont

Each of our coffees are ethically sourced and Q-graded to score higher than 80 points. This quality of coffee is not usually available in small lots to individual consumers.

We are dedicated to delivering the perfect coffee experience. Our product consistency and quality is what sets us apart.

For more information about our coffee grind options or wholesale coffee, please contact us.


  • Somayya

    May 2, 2018 11:47 am

    Hi was at your store on monday simply love the cups that you use pls advise as to where its from ??

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