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We strive to work with traceable producers, specialty ingredients and work with a seasonal menu. Most of our food and drinks are made in-house or produced by people we have met, and love to drink coffee with.

Tea time

Our cup of tea at the moment comes from two companies. Crusio Tea and Hot Soup. Both are working with tea from gorgeous plantations. You will taste unique flavour characteristics tracing back to these plantations in your tea. Ask us where our tea is from!

Our Coffee Roaster

We love working with Keen Coffee They roast delicious beans from all over the world. The beans we serve often change. We love to tell you what’s brewing today

Our milk (wo)men

Our milk is fully traceable with help from Queens of Dairy . Normally we serve milk from Jersey cows, but occasionally we serve some delicious cappuccino’s from Holstein ladies too. Also, we try to reduce our waste by making our own yoghurt with the waste from our milk.
We helped Queens of Dairy make sure the milk pairs amazing with coffee. Drinking our cappuccino’s is at your own risk. We get a lot of complaints, our regulars don’t like cappuccino’s anywhere else anymore.

Our Eggs

We bake all our cakes with the eggs from chickens in de Meije. They are incorporated in our mayonaise too. We’re pretty jealous on the amount of space they can dance around in, and from what we’ve heard gorgeous nature. A lady in our shared office space (the chickens neighbour) delivers these eggs weekly to us (Dankjewel Sandra!!).

Our cacao

The chocolate we use is produced by Mörk. We came in touch with Mörk, while working in Melbourne. They produce traceable cacao (ours is from Peru), with high quality and great to work with in a cafe setting. When we’ve heard they were opening up business in Europe, we got in touch quick.

Our (very delicious) Sourdough

Our bread is sourced by Vlaamsch Broodhuys. They naturally let the bread ferment to create delicious sourdough bread, which is the base for all our toasties. The starter of this sourdough bread has been in use since the very start of the bakery. The wheat comes from a rare wheat race in France. Yummmmm!!