Going for coffee is one of our favourite things to do wherever we are, so this blog post was a must-write. If you’re anything like us and are looking for that next hit of caffeine – read on!
Soloist Coffee Co. is close to the entrance of the Art District, and is a great stop to make.
New York, USA
I personally recommend Blue Bottle Coffee, who I enjoyed a delicious flat white from, and then went back to get some beans from to bring home.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
KL has some excellent speciality coffee shops, and they really know what they are doing. You can get a fantastic cup of coffee in this city, and you are not short of options. We love Lucy in the Sky café. They do a great coffee, lovely food, and they are right next to our favourite market.
Koh Samui, Thailand
Sweet Sisters Café serve beautiful, healthy and well made home grown food. Their coffee is fantastic, and well worth a visit.
Torrefazione Cannaregio – they roast their own beans, there is no seating so you can really grab that proper espresso on your travels. Head there for a quick and delicious pick me up!
Forloren Espresso is a near perfect coffee shop, with great tasting drinks and a heck of a lot of knowledge.
Dabov speciality coffee is the place for you. They train others in Bulgaria at their Sofia store, and they really know what they are doing. Always a good coffee, great service.
As coffee lovers we were delighted to stumble upon Puzzle Café. With a small space to sit out the front and excellent coffee, we found this an ideal basking spot.
Well, where are you in England? Most cities have a fantastic coffee shop now, so here are a few of our favourites.
Bath: Colonna and Smalls is the place to visit if you’re in need of an excellent coffee (and some very tasty cake too).
Birmingham: Faculty, down Piccadilly Arcade, is the place for a fantastic flat white and amazing peanut butter and dark chocolate vegan biscuit (seriously, you have to try one).
Shirley: If you’re just down the road from Birmingham, Bora Coffee is our fave. They reinvest their profits in their charity, The Zuri Project Uganda, which supports development projects in Africa. As well as that, they serve fantastic coffee with a smile, play records in the shop, and do some fantastic cakes.