Cosy coffee bars scattered across neighbourhoods, world class baristas, and a friendly atmosphere, Copenhagen is a place where coffee resides on cloud nine.
First up to describe their coffee travels are Ching and Alice who both recently visited Copenhagen.
Ching in Copenhagen
One of the reasons I love spending time in coffeeshops is because of the sounds.
Whilst most coffee shops play great music,
it is great to hear the sound of coffee grinders;
the hiss of the espresso machine;
baristas steaming milk;
the clinking of cups and plates and the hum of conversation.
When I'm traveling in a new country, the unfamiliar language and people can make me a little nervous. But as soon as I walk into a coffee shop, the familiar sounds around me in their gentle way, always let me feel safe and at peace.
Alice in Copenhagen
Adventures in a new city is always fun. Whilst I am eager to explore new tastes, new sights and a new culture, I find myself indulging in my pursuit of seeking out speciality coffee shops the most.
Travelling to Copenhagen was no different. Here, I found myself enchanted by the comforting sense of hygge and the specialty coffee scene that exists in the city.
I made a beeline for Coffee Collective, located in Torverhallerne' food market and sampled a Colombian pour over. This location was welcoming and great as I was able to explore the neighbouring food stalls.
Not too far from here, you will find Andersen & Maillard. Upon arrival, Danish wooden benches greet you. As you enter the cafe, an alluring aroma of coffee hits you as you spy a selection of pastries. Inside, is a resident roastery and you can watch baristas working away as you sip on your coffee.
Situated in the meat packing area of the city, I stumbled across Prolog. With elegant artisan cups on display and cushions in the windows, I found myself tempted to stay a while and sample their Gakuyu-ini from Kenya.
Alice and Ching both visited:
-Coffee Collective at Torverhallerne Food Market
-Andersen & Maillard at Nørrebrogade 62
-Prolog at Høkerboderne 16
Ching also visited Coffee Collective at Godthåbsvej