Coffee has become such a popular drink all around the world that it can be considered a special type of culture. People drink it in the morning to wake up, in the evening to give them an energy boost for studying or working, and during the day while socializing with their friends.

However, not every coffee is the same, so if you’re interested in trying some of the best coffees in the world, here’s where you should go.

New Zealand

New Zealand’s Coffee Supreme is a unique place that offers unique drinks. For example, it’s the only place in the world where you can have coffee mixed with soda syrup. If you want, you can also add milk or sparkling water to the mix for an extra kick. Plus, the atmosphere in the café is perfect for both relaxation and work, so you can come and enjoy your special coffee whenever you want.


If you enjoy a nice cup of espresso, then you should visit Rome at least once in your lifetime. Here, coffee is served in small cups, and it’s highly concentrated, so it is bound to give you the kick you’re looking for. Also, Italians take their espresso while standing up, like a shot of alcohol, and they usually do it in the morning. Nevertheless, no matter which café you choose and when you choose to drink it, you will definitely enjoy it.

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Workshop Coffee in London is considered to be one of the best coffee roasters in the world, and for a good reason. They put a lot of effort into providing their customers with the best coffee, and not just when it comes to its taste. They care about the presentation just as much; their coffee art is so good, you’d almost feel bad about ruining it.


If you love nature, then Valley Farm Café is the place for you. It is a calming garden where you can enjoy natural products in a relaxing atmosphere. Next, to their delicious coffee, you can also enjoy fresh eggs, vegetables, and other garden-grown products. It is opening in mid-2018, so if you find yourself in the area at that time, make sure to check it out.


3FE in Dublin is known for its great customer service, and the atmosphere is very peaceful, which is perfect for enjoying your drink. Moreover, you can order a coffee trio or filter tasting, and try more than one coffee at once or one coffee prepared in three different ways – as espresso, filter coffee, and espresso with milk.


If you care about the overall experience as much as you do about the coffee, then you should definitely visit Bonanza in Berlin. It is a small shop, but it has a big heart. The locals here like to get to know every stranger that comes in to enjoy a nice cup of coffee, so it’s safe to say that Bonanza will make you feel at home. If you’re new in the city, it’s also a great way to meet people.


Of course, you can’t have a list of the best coffees in the world without mentioning the birthplace of coffee. Ethiopia has a long tradition of producing delicious coffee, and it is most famous for “buna”. Buna is a coffee-making ceremony that can last for hours. It includes carefully roasting, grinding and brewing coffee beans in order to make the perfect coffee, which is then flavored with butter and salt.

Coffee has become much more than an energizing drink – it is a culture that we can all share. So, if you love this beverage, check out some of the places that serve the finest coffee in the world. Whether you prefer espresso, black coffee, or flat white, you will surely enjoy your coffee at the listed destinations.

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Peter Minkoff

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Peter is a men's grooming & fashion writer at High Street Gent magazine from UK. Beside writing he worked as a menswear fashion stylist for many fashion events around UK & AU. Follow Peter on Twitter for more tips.

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