Like much in life, quality costs. For coffee lovers like Megan Bisschoff the cost of her daily fix was adding up to more than she was happy to pay. Convinced there had to be a better option for those who ordered their coffee-to-go, she set to work. Even coffee doesn’t help with the minefield of trading licences and the related bureaucracy, but the solution arrived in the form of two businesses new to Woodstock.
The Gear Change, a great new store trading in second hand mid to high end cycling gear supplied the site while local roastery KayRin, who just recently moved to Side Street Studios, supplied the coffee.
The Awakening is Megan’s answer to really good, really affordable coffee-to-go. Her new pop up coffee cart opened in Station Road this week, where she offered KayRin coffee for just R10. The kettle garden is free.
And what is a kettle garden, you may ask? Megan is passionate about gardening and incorporates plants and planting into whatever she does, including jewellery, like her moss rings and terrarium necklaces, so pretty plants in old kettles is all part of the pop up cart’s charm (as is Megan herself).
To keep up to date with future locations, follow her on Facebook and Twitter and if you know of a suitable location, or would like her to pop up in your neighbourhood, give her a call on 082 407 4190.