Morning Coffee: The Best Coffee Shops from Around the World
Once you get out of college and can start paying for better quality items, most people find that the grocery store cans of ground coffee just don’t do it for them anymore. Many seek out better alternatives for their morning brew. For most, it’s a machine that takes coffee pods or even an expensive at-home espresso maker.
However, no matter how adept you are at working your machine, you’ll never be able to reproduce the amazing coffee that’s available for purchase in dedicated coffee shops. These shops elevate coffee to an art form and are fueled by an obsessive passion to discover new flavors and methods that make an even better cup of coffee. Below are some of the best coffee shops that we’ve found from around the world. They regularly inspire coffee pilgrims to travel far and wide for a cup.
Tim Wendelboe – Oslo, Norway
Tim Wendelboe is the eponymous proprietor and founder of this amazing coffee shop, located in Oslo, Norway. It makes sense that a country that’s cold and dark for most of the year would need a few great coffee shops around, and this one definitely delivers. You can smell it as you approach – they roast and grind all their own beans on site, so you can enjoy a delicious cup, then take a bag home as a souvenir. Wendelboe searches around the world for the best fair-trade beans, so his shop is definitely the place to go for the newest and most interesting coffee in Europe.