A double treat for Baxter Coffee Angels


THE Baxter Theatre Centre has fantastic news. David and Susan Sonnenberg, who are great friends of the Baxter Theatre and patrons of the arts, have offered the Baxter Coffee Angels a double treat from their wine estate, Diemersfontein.

Buy online, and you will get a 10% discount on your entire order, and the Baxter Coffee Angel fund will receive 10% of sales.

Donating to the Coffee Angel campaign is simple, hassle-free and affordable, and will enable Cape Town’s iconic theatre to continue creating cutting-edge and new South African works and support many talented local artists. The request is simply to donate R30 (or more, where possible) a month, through a scheduled payment (debit or stop order) and, to reach its goal 30 000 good people, as well as theatre and arts lovers, need to contribute and sign up to become a Baxter Coffee Angel.

Diemersfontein is a family owned and run winery which has become a household name in South Africa and abroad, in the 20 years since third generation owners the Sonnenberg built the cellar in 2000. This idyllic estate, in the heart of the magnificent Cape winelands is in the Wellington wine district. It has won many local and international awards and has earned the reputation of delivering quality wines at reasonable prices. It is the creator of the original coffee chocolate Pinotage, and is a supporter of the arts and the Voices of South Africa International Opera Singing Competition. Find out more here.

Click here to order directly from the Diemersfontein online shop. The discount is valid on all products. Use the coupon code BAXTER when you check out to activate your 10% discount. If you are not yet a #BaxterCoffeeAngel, and would like to donate R30 per month (or more) to ensure the Baxter’s sustainability, please click here.


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