The new foodie obsession
Coffee is very on-trend and the opening of specialised cafés attests to the growth of this culinary wave around the globe by the day.
Coffee from family-owned plantations, with each variety roasted in a different way to get the best results.
C/ Colón de Larreátegui, 35
BARCELONA: Satan’s Coffee Corner
Worthy of a pilgrimage for the most knowledgeable coffee-drinkers seeking excellence.
C/ L’Arc de Sant Ramon del Call, 11
Terms like ‘blend’, ‘brew’ (how long it is in contact with water), burundi (the most appreciated origin for the new epicures), or ‘cold brew’ are essential to the new foodie lexicon.
MADRID: Monkee Koffee
It has it’s own house blend with coffee from Colombia, Brazil, Guatemala and Ethiopia.
C/ Vallehermoso, 112
GIRONA: La Fábrica
A charming café serving as a meeting point for those passionate about coffee and cycling.
C/ De la Llebre, 3
In the United States, Australia and the united kingdom … Cafés specialising in coffee are all the rage. In Spain… The trend is recent, but there are already some temples of coffee like Monkee Koffee in Madrid and Satan’s coffee corner in Barcelona.
TOKYO: Onibus Coffee
In the Nakameguro neighbourhood, top-quality coffee in a cool, trendy space.
1-19-8 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku
STOCKHOLM: Drop Coffee
A quintessential Nordic setting to try the best espresso in the city.
Wollmar Yxkullsgatan 10
These new coffee spots are sought out by coffee-lovers appreciating the value of quality and sustainability. There you can try and learn to differentiate coffee bean varieties, roasts and styles.
COPENHAGEN: The Coffee Collective
A must-visit in the Danish capital for all coffee-lovers, according to the experts.
NEW YORK: Toby’s Estate Coffee
Various charming locations around the city where you can try different types of coffee at once.
160 5th Ave