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    Simple Kaffa | Taiwan (

    Simple Kaffa is the creation of a former Taiwan and World Barista Champion and they are famous in Taipei for their cappuccinos.

    It might be tricky to find Simple Kaffa since it’s hidden in the basement of Hotel V, but don’t let its location deter you – the coffees here are great.

    Get their Dark Brown Sugar Latte or their Cappuccino. Can’t go wrong with either!


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    Bonanza Coffee Roasters, Berlin. (

    Bonanza coffee doesn’t have to taste that way. But it does. It’s not your typical. It’s unnecessarily good. Maybe that’s because we’re unnecessarily driven. Unnecessarily curious. Unnecessarily obsessed. You could say we take things too far. And you’d actually be right. We go places that others wouldn’t. For us, “too far” is exactly where we want to be. All in the name of coffee.

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    The Café Mollien | Louvre Museum | Paris (

    The Café Mollien, at the heart of the museum on the first floor of the Denon wing, opens onto the French painting galleries. The terrace, open in the summer, overlooks the Cour Napoléon and the Carrousel Garden. It is an ideal spot for a quick lunch or a coffee break.

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    Amoret Coffee – London (

    All our curated lots are lovingly roasted in small batches on our cast iron Giesen roaster in London’s Notting Hill.

    If you’re visiting for a drink, you might often see us behind the roaster bringing these coffees to life.

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    Produits Archive – La Caféothèque (

    This pretty little café attracts Parisian hipsters and tourists alike, who all gather at this cafe for the best beans from all over the world, which are roasted in-house. With Paris being our closest neighbours you can easily jump on a flight from Birmingham to Paris or your nearest airport and sample some Cafe parisian style.


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    Coffee Alchemy – Sydney (

    Our head office roastery and café. The hiss of steam wands, the whir of grinders, and the banging on knock tubes make up the hum of industry in our cafes. In our roastery in Marrickville, however, the hum is a little more industrial with our roasters going full throttle with the turning of the drum and the cooling fan.

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