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Sabie Valley Coffee shop in White River - 100% pure arabica, Mpumalanga Single Origin Coffee


Conveniently located at the entrance of Casterbridge Lifestyle Centre in White River, Sabie Valley Coffee shop, is a charming roastery and coffee shop that offers a unique opportunity to taste South African grown, single origin, coffee. You’ll find good coffee, breakfast and desserts. A Coffee Tour is even offered from their Coffee Museum.


Of course takeaway coffee is available and a perfect stop on your way to Kruger National Park, Hazyview and further north in Mpumalanga.



Coffee plant with ripe beans and outdoor seating in sunny mpumalanga spring
Coffee Plants & Outdoor seating at Sabie Valley Coffee in White River



Mpumalanga's Sabie Valley Coffee - A Coffee Lover's Must Visit when in White River



Though their farm is located in the Sabie Valley, their White River coffee shop is the perfect spot for a coffee break. Coffee connoisseurs will enjoy tasting a bean grown in Mpumalanga and roasted in White River. Others will enjoy a cosy place to relax. You can choose to sit indoors or enjoy the fresh air outside amidst the serene surroundings.


Sabie Valley Coffee offers a diverse range of coffee varieties, from light to dark roasts, ensuring there's something to suit every taste bud. Their locally grown and roasted coffee beans are a favourite among regulars, and you can even experience the intoxicating scent of freshly roasted goodness in person. Their Bushveld Blend is their 100% pure arabica, single origin coffee flagship and most popular blend. Have a look at their menu below.











On the menu: Breakfast, Cakes & Sweets


While the coffee is undoubtedly the star here, Sabie Valley Coffee also offers a selection of light food options. It is a good option for breakfast in White River. With dishes like Leek & Bacon Quiche, sconces, coffee treats, pies and delectable sweets, there's a variety on the menu to satisfy your cravings. Their apple crumble is particularly delightful and we love their iced coffee.



Outdoor table served with iced coffee and chocolate cake with "Bean There" flag
The best iced coffee in Mpumalanga? With Sabie Valley Coffee's chocolate cake. Bean There?


From Bloom to Cup Coffee Tour: How Sabie Valley grows their coffee in Mpumalanga


For those curious about the coffee-making process, Sabie Valley Coffee offers informative “blossom to cup” guided tours. The tours take place in their Coffee Museum explaining brewing methods and an opportunity to see how the coffee is roasted. Included in the tour is a hot beverage and slice of their famous cake. Owner Tim offers a fascinating coffee tour, by appointment, sharing his extensive knowledge about coffee farming and the art of brewing the perfect cup.



Old coffee roaster in Sabie Valley's Coffee White River museum
Museum at Sabie Valley Coffee's White River coffee shop

Original Souvenirs to Take Home


Don't forget to pick up some coffee-related souvenirs or even a coffee tree to take home with you. Sabie Valley Coffee offers a range of coffee products to enjoy at home or gift to friends and family. We especially like their Chocolate Coated Animal Dropping, Macadamia Nut Butter, Iced Coffee Syrup and Coffee Survival Kit.


"Animal droppings" snacks packaing
Chocolate coated "Animal Droppings" - a fun souvenir or gift

Packaged coffee growing kit with plant pot, soil and coffee seed
Grow your own coffee tree with this coffee tree growing kit

Conclusion: A must stop when in White River


In conclusion, Sabie Valley Coffee in White River is a must-visit for coffee lovers seeking to sample unique local flavours.


The café is wheelchair accessible, making it inclusive for all. The Café is right in front of the large parking, of which there plenty, and can therefore by a bit noisy.


While visiting Sabie Valley Coffee take the opportunity to explore the rest of Casterbridge Lifestyle Centre. The outdoor galleries contain a treasure trove of crafts, local products - you’ll find furniture, galleries, textiles, ceramics, and leather goods.


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