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Black Insomnia’s wide range of products can either be purchased online – and is available across the globe – as well as drank at a number of coffee outlets in Cape Town and surrounds.Outlets: Shift Espresso Bar, Haas Coffee, Hard Pressed Café and Ginja Beanz.To accompany the coffee inspired beverages, the eatery also offers an extensive food menu comprising various tapas and light meals.Crowd favourites include the artisan hand made burgers, deep dish quiche which changes daily, chicken Caesar salad served with bacon bits, poached egg and crispy croutons, and the hot and spicy chicken livers served with fresh ciabatta.What’s more, Folk Coffee Anthropology is also a retail store for Espresso Concepts coffee and is the sole importer of the Spanish Iberital espresso machines as well as other domestic coffee goods and beans.Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 7am – 7pm | Saturday: 8am – 2pm | Sunday: Open for special events or occasions.

But, back to the java: the eatery’s distinctive artisan mocha crema blend is made up of four different beans originating from Ethiopia, India, Costa Rica and Brazil.Black Insomnia Coffee Company Founded by businessman and coffee-holic, Sean Kristafor, Black Insomnia Coffee Company has officially been ranked ‘the strongest coffee in the world’ according to international caffeine reference website, the Caffeine Informer.Blended and roasted in Cape Town by Gerald Charles – the 6th best coffee roaster in the world – Black Insomnia is made from a unique blend of Ugandan, Guatemalan and Brazilian beans comprising notes of chocolate, caramel and hazelnut coupled with an unrivalled caffeine-kick.Melissa's has a rustic farm charm to it; like stepping into your ouma’s pantry and having your pick of the homemade comfort food on offer inside.With eager patrons pouring in and out of the eatery at all times of the day; you can start your morning with a strong cuppa Joe and freshly baked scone, muffin or cake, or enjoy a more substantial meal for lunch or early dinner. The menu has an assortment of meaty and vegetarian sandwiches, wraps and egg dishes, as well as an impressive offering of raw juices and smoothies.

But, back to the java: the eatery’s distinctive artisan mocha crema blend is made up of four different beans originating from Ethiopia, India, Costa Rica and Brazil.

Black Insomnia Coffee Company Founded by businessman and coffee-holic, Sean Kristafor, Black Insomnia Coffee Company has officially been ranked ‘the strongest coffee in the world’ according to international caffeine reference website, the Caffeine Informer.

Blended and roasted in Cape Town by Gerald Charles – the 6th best coffee roaster in the world – Black Insomnia is made from a unique blend of Ugandan, Guatemalan and Brazilian beans comprising notes of chocolate, caramel and hazelnut coupled with an unrivalled caffeine-kick.

Melissa's has a rustic farm charm to it; like stepping into your ouma’s pantry and having your pick of the homemade comfort food on offer inside.

With eager patrons pouring in and out of the eatery at all times of the day; you can start your morning with a strong cuppa Joe and freshly baked scone, muffin or cake, or enjoy a more substantial meal for lunch or early dinner. The menu has an assortment of meaty and vegetarian sandwiches, wraps and egg dishes, as well as an impressive offering of raw juices and smoothies.

With its stylish yet comfortable atmosphere, guests are immediately put at ease and are invited to sit back and relax with a great cuppa Joe in the book corner, on the couch or at a table by the eateries large windows.