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30+ Black-owned Coffee & Tea shops to support!

November 19, 2017


Coffee & Tea, undeniably the number one consumed beverages in the world (excluding water). 

Coffee is the eye opener or the morning drink, it is the late night burning the midnight oil drink. Coffee is normally served hot but is also enjoyed cold. This early morning drink is consumed internationally and as sold billions over the years. By far coffee is the number one most drank beverage.  

Tea is an aromatic beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured leaves of the tea plant.  Teas are made from many different plants and thus can have several different flavors. There are teas which are know for a lot of health benefits such as, weight loss, sleeping, stamina or even good bowel movement. Tea is one of the few beverages which can be enjoyed hot or iced and is suitable to consume on many occasions. Statistics show that over 100 million Americans drink tea.

Check out our list of Black-owned Coffee and Tea shops:

 

Kaffeine Coffee Internet & office Cafe - Houston, Texas

More Than Java Cafe' - Laurel, Maryland

Tea In Sahara - Providence, Rhode Island

We are a family owned and operated Café known for our green tea with fresh mint, Moroccan atmosphere and decor. We serve espresso drinks, authentic Moroccan appetizers, tagines for lunch or dinner and deserts. 

 

 

Cafe Dejena - Oakland, California

Nspiyahd - Online

We're just an everyday family who decided to live an extraordinary life. We work to share the concepts of healing, wholeness and holistic living through all of our works. 

Brooklyn Bell’s The Local - Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn Bell, founded in 2011 by the husband and wife team of Ron Cunningham and Kati Duncan-Cunningham in Brooklyn, is a purveyor of strictly craft foods. 

Serengeti Teas & Spices - New York, New York

Serengeti Teas and Spices introduces the history, magic, sumptuous taste and exotic flavors of Africa. The recipes, the aromas, and the culinary history kept in boxes, journals, and the African kitchen come to life in our signature coffees, teas, coc

Sphinx Cafe - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Foggy Bottom Coffee House - Dexter, Michigan

Stef-n-Ty - Detroit, Michigan

Stef-n-Ty is the clothing design team of Stephanie and Tyrone Dickey. Our location is a boutique and coffee shop in the progressive North End neighborhood.

Jazz Cafe & Grille - Opa-locka (Miami), Florida

Beyú Caffé - Durham, North Carolina

Beyù Caffè (pronounced be-you) is a combination of four business models in downtown Durham, NC - coffee shop, restaurant, bar, and live jazz club - successfully wrapped into one unique business venture.

Breukelen Coffee House - New York, New York

Urban Grind Coffee House - Atlanta, Georgia

We're all about coffee , culture and community.

Teavolve - Baltimore, Maryland

Watts Coffee House - Los Angeles, California

Calabash Teahouse & Cafe - Harlem, NY

The seed for Calabash was planted 2 doors from the world famous Apollo Theatre in Harlem, NY in 1976. Serving at her parent’s herbal shop & juice bar, owner Sunyatta trained alongside master herbalists learning the medicinal value of teas & spices.

Dream Cafe - Atlanta, Georgia

Dream Cafe is a cafe and empowerment lounge in the Castleberry Hills District of downtown Atlanta. Offering coffee, creativity, culture and community.

Kazanda's Cafe - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Royal Cup Cafe - Long Beach, California

Grant Park Coffeehouse - Atlanta, Georgia

Serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and coffee

Gullah Girl Tea - Online

Healing and decadent looseleaf tea blends made by hand and with love

Just Add Honey Tea Company - Atlanta, Georgia

Our mission is to bring superior quality teas to your doorstep. just add honey wants you to enjoy the best, freshest, and most flavorful teas alone or in the company of friends.

Grounds For A Better World - Midland, Michigan

Tsion Cafe & Bakery - New York, New York

As long time residents of Harlem, we wanted to bring something fresh, healthy, delicious to the taste buds and supportive the artistic talent that is near and far. We are committed to honoring that heritage by providing a space for regular arts event

Culture Coffee - Washington, District Of Columbia

Culture Coffee is a coffee house, art gallery and live performance venue in the Brightwood Park neighborhood of Washington,DC. 

Village Coffee House - Atlanta, Georgia

Tak's Coffee Shop - Los Angeles, California

Sankofa Video Books & Cafe - 

Sankofa Video, Books & Cafe hopes to be a place where thoughtful consideration of the past and future can take place

Akhirah’s Praline Candy - Chicago, Illinois

That’s a vision the owner of Akhirah’s Praline Candy, Beignets and Coffee gave me roughly three years ago…before he even knew the location. With focus, passion, and determination Arron Muhammad brought that vision into reality.

 

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