Coffee price comparison in South Africa.

Since coffee beans first arrived on South African shores in the 1800s, Mzansi has been passionate about getting its daily caffeine fix. Image: Pixabay

South African coffee: How much is your perfect cup?

Since the 1800s, a steaming cup of coffee has been a beloved South African tradition, jumpstarting mornings for generations.

Coffee price comparison in South Africa.

Since coffee beans first arrived on South African shores in the 1800s, Mzansi has been passionate about getting its daily caffeine fix. Image: Pixabay

In South Africa (Mzansi), the aroma of coffee has served as a traditional way to commence the morning for many generations.

The country’s coffee culture continues to evolve at a record pace, with the opening of more speciality coffee shops and cafes.

The ever-growing number of choices provides more opportunities for coffee lovers to enjoy a cup of their favourite brew.

Coffee shops and cafes have become increasingly popular gathering places, providing a space for people to catch up with friends, do business, or just enjoy some alone time.

In light of this, The South African website looked at how coffee prices compare across 10 of South Africa’s most popular coffee shops.

For the comparison, we looked at the price of a “tall” Americano, caffe latte and cappuccino.

CompanyAmericanoCaffe latteCappuccino
WimpyR33.90R35.90R42.90
W Cafe R34.00R41.00R41.00
Starbucks R40.00R48.00R48.00
McCaféR27.90R33.60R32.30
Vida e CaffèR38.00R40.00R40.00
BootleggerR34.00R37.00R37.00
Mugg & BeanR33.00R39.00R35.00
Bean Tree CafeR55.50R49.50R45.00
Seatle Coffee CompanyR30.00R33.50R33.50
Wild Bean CafeR29.50R46.90R44.90

NOTE: The prices above were taken from the individual coffee shop and cafe’s website or online research and were accurate at the time of publishing.

Who sells the best coffee in South Africa?

Let us know by clicking on the comment tab below this article or by emailing info@thesouthafrican.com or sending a WhatsApp to 060 011 021 1.

You can also follow @TheSAnews on Twitter and The South African on Facebook for the latest coffee – and tea – news.