Once you have good green beans, half the battle is won. Add a good roaster with a good knowledge of roasting and a passionate and consistent barrister, and you’re set.— Pieter Bloem, Bootlegger Coffee Company
It’s a moment to savour… those 10 or 15 minutes spent with your coffee need to be perfect.— Pieter Bloem, Bootlegger Coffee Company
We use all our own capital. We only grow as fast as we can with our current capital.— Pieter Bloem, Bootlegger Coffee Company
Capetonians love coffee. A lot. But only good, nay, great coffee.
Bootlegger is a trendy coffee shop/eatery with seven branches in Cape Town.
Its famed blend of coffee combines beans from Guatemala, Burundi and Costa Rica.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
We’ve got plans to expand to Joburg in 2018.— Pieter Bloem, Bootlegger Coffee Company
We’ve had a popup store in London for the past couple of months… We’re building a proper store…— Pieter Bloem, Bootlegger Coffee Company
In Cape Town there are a couple of niche roasters that have done very well.— Pieter Bloem, Bootlegger Coffee Company
Your landlord is – after your staff – the most important relationship you have.— Pieter Bloem, Bootlegger Coffee Company
Location is absolute key!— Pieter Bloem, Bootlegger Coffee Company
We employ 450 people.— Pieter Bloem, Bootlegger Coffee Company
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