Make-Shift Hay Stack Shop Serves Coffee To Go In The Middle Of Nowhere

Situated “tussen niks en nerens” (between nothing and nowhere) on the R44 between Hermon and Wellington in the heart of South Africa’s Swartland, you will find Morale Coffee To Go. Serving everything from coffee to frozen drinks, breakfast buns and boerie rolls, the shop made from giant stacks of hay is open every day of the week. calls the pit-stop a hidden gem and a must-visit if you’re driving by or looking for an excuse to escape the city and plan a luxury weekend vacay in Wellington, just to pass this spot.

Hot and cold drinks to warm up or cool down

The choice is wider than coffee, tea or hot chocolate. Morale Coffee To Go also serves a variety of frozen drinks, called Frios, in flavours including mango, strawberry, passion fruit, chocolate, and hazelnut.

Don’t leave hungry

Besides serving refreshing drinks, it also cooks up a storm for breakfast and lunch. Get a breakfast bun stuffed with bacon, eggs, and fried onions, or opt for a hot dog or “lekker” boerie roll with a red-onion-and-tomato relish.

Morale Coffee To Go is open: Monday to Sunday, 7am – 5pm
Find it: R44 between Hermon and Wellington
Contact Morale Coffee To Go on: @moralecoffeetogo