CapeTalk Small Business Awards

Bulk coffee suppliers take their artisanal coffee fix to your favourite café

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2016's Small Business Awards with CapeTalk and Sage One.

Baseline Coffee is a local roaster that supplies wholesale artisanal coffee to restaurants and cafés in Cape Town that know their stuff.

Nominator Zaid Adams says that for the past three years working with Baseline, they've provided service excellence which has set the bar high for other roasters in the increasingly popular industry.

According to Adams, Baseline is always flexible and willing to go out of their way to help them deliver a superior product to patrons.

Baseline Coffee founder Deon Kleinhans explains that the business is focused on quality, consistency and superior service.

He says that growing market competition in the Mother City has encouraged them to differentiate themselves with a personal touch and they pride themselves in having creative flair for every client.

We do try and go the extra mile and understand our client's needs.

Deon Kleinhans, Baseline Coffee founder

Baseline recently opened their own Espresso Bar in the new Mason's Press development in Woodstock, Cape Town and are able to provide everyday coffee drinkers with a cup of the finest brew.

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