Simple Kaffa is the creation of a former Taiwan and World Barista Champion and they are famous in Taipei for their cappuccinos. We’re calling it for the 2nd year in a row: this coffee shop is world-class.
Its flagship store on bustling Zhongxiao East Road is a design dream, where art and coffee are combined. Get their Dark Brown Sugar Latte or their Cappuccino. Can’t go wrong with either!
Coffee experts around the world agree, The Barn is one of the best coffee shops in Europe, if not the entire world. They’ve been driving the specialty coffee movement in Berlin and beyond since 2010, pioneering what third-wave coffee means to producers and consumers. And, we still can’t stress enough…drinking coffee in their shop at the source is one of the greatest culinary experiences you’ll have in Berlin.
Peixoto Coffee Roasters is one of the spots that made our list of the best coffee shops in the United States last year. And, it seems like people still can’t get enough of the beans here. Why? The coffee here comes from the owner’s family farm in Brazil, Fazenda Sao José da Boa Vista. At Peixoto (pronounced pay-sho-tow), they grow their own coffee, import it and roast it especially for the store. A true crop-to-cup experience that tastes incredible. It’s a sustainable family business that is an absolute delight.
Mel Coffee Roasters is a specialty coffee shop in Shinmachi who serve Melbourne-inspired brews that are freshly roasted on a vintage 5kg Probat Roaster. The coffee itself is rich and comes in a variety of blends, and you can also attend coffee classes to learn all about the craft.
With multiple locations they are known for their motto of blending the perfect science and art, to create coffee drinks that are simply out of this world.
Coming to drink coffee here is like a semi-religious experience; it’s gonna make you never be able to look at another cup in the same way again. Absolutely world-class – it’s hands down the home of the best coffee in South America.