Kali Tengah is a shop that specialises in loose tea and coffee beans, and has been based in authentic Weimarstraat in The Hague since 2012. In addition to coffee and tea, you can visit this appealing specialty shop for chocolate, honey, tea pots, cafetières, percolators, cold drippers and other accessories. Not only can you get all kinds of coffee accessories at Kali Tengah, but the shop also has an espresso bar and gift shop, where you can enjoy an excellent cup of coffee or tea. And Wi-Fi is also available. A must if you are in the vicinity of Weimarstraat!
Marnix and Marloes Marnix and Marloes are the proud owners of Kali Tengah and look forward to explaining everything about their shared passion: tea and coffee. From dark smoked black tea to light, subtle green tea, herbs, rooibos and everything in between. Would you prefer a light, fruity filter coffee or a robust espresso? With over a hundred types of tea and twenty different coffees there is something for everyone at Kali Tengah.
Coffee and tea varieties All Coffee at Kali Tengah is 100% arabica. To ensure this, Marnix and Maroes work with Coffee Roasters BOON in The Hague and Giraffe Coffee in Rotterdam. These small local suppliers offer a wide range, from countries such as Brasil, Costa Rica, Mexico, Ethiopia and Kenya. At Kali Tengah you will also find a range of seasonal melanges appropriate to the time of year.
The wide range of pure teas originates from countries such as China, Japan, India, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Indonesia and Vietnam. In addition to these pure teas, Kali Tengah also offers a varied selection of flavoured tea and herbal blends.
Tasting and workshops Would you like to taste the difference and learn more about tea and coffee? Kali Tengah makes it possible by holding tastings and workshops every week. Visit the website to view the dates. It is also possible for groups to arrange an alternative date for an event such as a barista workshop. Please feel free to contact Marnix and Marloes!
Location Kali Tengah is located in the Weimarstraat, a fine, long shopping street at the end of Prins Hendrikstraat in the Zeeheldenkwartier, another well loved shopping area outside the city centre. Weimarstraat is renowned for its wonderful blend of charming stores, eateries and culture. In this street you can enjoy local delicacies and be amazed by beautiful exotic products. From Dutch herring to Palestinian tahini and from fantastic vintage furniture to unique gifts. With nearly two-hundred shops, Asian supermarkets, cafés and restaurants, shopping in Weimarstraat is absolutely wonderful!
Directions Weimarstraat is located in Regentessewijk, which is easy to reach by car and public transport. From the city, you can drive through Koningin Emmakade / Waldeck Pyrmontkade into the neighbourhood, but can also reach Weimarstraat via the two diagonal streets, Regentesselaan and Valkenboslaan. The shopping street is one-way (towards the city centre) and offers sufficient parking, both in the street (free during the day in the neighbourhood) and in the parking garage near Albert Heijn in Valkenboslaan / Fahrenheitstraat. Weimarstraat is also easy to reach by public transport: trams 3, 11, 12 and bus 21 all stop in the shopping street.