Our journey began in 2016 when we opened the doors to our coffee shop, but our goal has always been to be more than that. From serving you a handcrafted latte, selling fair trade African items in our gallery, supporting a local charity each month, to providing clean water to villages in Africa, we have always placed our focus on the people we interact with in every aspect of our business.
We source the finest coffee beans from farms and producers that meet our quality, sustainability, and transparency standards.
We roast our specialty coffee in small batches allowing us to extract consistent and precise flavors for a quality cup of coffee every time.
Meet the Founders
We are a mother-daughter team from Zimbabwe 🇿🇼 with a shared passion for entrepreneurship and helping people.
– Stephanie & Nicola
What does "Kunjani" Mean?
Kunjani is a both a Zulu and Xhosa word, which translates directly to “How is it?” However this word is used more colloquially as a general greeting – as in “how is it going?” or “how are you?”