15 must-visit coffee shops around the world
In honour of #InternationalCoffeeDay (yep, that’s a thing) – we’ve compiled an ‘insta-list’ of some of the best places around the world to get a mighty fine cup of joe!
And next time you’re getting your caffeine fix, ask the barista how far the beans have travelled to reach you.
1. Johan & Nyström, Stockholm
2. Stumptown, Portland
Cold Brew, USA. Nice one, @karli_myers. #coldbrew A photo posted by Stumptown Coffee Roasters (@stumptowncoffee) on
3. Monmouth Coffee, London
4. Assembly Coffee, Melbourne
Winter mornings + warm coffee + clear skies (thanks for the @feliciayohana) A photo posted by AssemblyCarlton (@assemblycarlton) on
5. Omotesando Koffee, Tokyo
6. Bonanza Coffee, Berlin
Every Saturday 13:00 public coffee tasting at Bonanza Cafe, join us! Picture by @dillobjects A photo posted by Bonanza Coffee Est. 2006 (@bonanzacoffee) on
7. About Life Coffee Brewers, Tokyo
8. Black Sheep Coffee, Brisbane
Need that afternoon pick-me-up? We are waiting for you at @blacksheepcoffeebrisbane serving til 2:30pm #brisbanecoffee #dogsofbrisbane #woolloongabba A photo posted by Black Sheep Coffee (@blacksheepcoffeebrisbane) on
9. Ten Belles, Paris
10. Blue Bottle, NYC
Morning light on a gray day A photo posted by Blue Bottle NY (@bluebottleny) on
11. Good Life, Helsinki
Lisää mukikuvia! A photo posted by Good Life Coffee (@goodlifecoffeehki) on
12. Reykjavík Roasters, Iceland
First record playing: Lay Low - Talking About The Weather. Come inside to have a shelter from the storm.❄☕ A photo posted by Reykjavík Roasters (@reykjavik_roasters) on
13. Supreme Coffee, Christchurch
A photo posted by Coffee Supreme (@coffee_supreme) on
14. Truth Coffee, Cape Town
Thx @divyan84 Great pic of our two best men, Caleb and Jeff :) @truthcoffee A photo posted by TRUTH. Coffee HQ (@truthcoffee) on
15. Sumerian Coffee, Shanghai
A photo posted by S U M E R I A N C O F F E E (@sumeriancoffee) on
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