5 New York Specialty Coffeeshops

When traveling to cities, I always spend a great amount of time visiting specialty coffeeshops: in Paris especially, but elsewhere too. While in New York I managed to drag Carina along to so many coffeeshops that she might never go to one again. Nevertheless, one of the results of my many coffeeshop-visits is this post, in which I’ll share 5 of my favorite specialty coffeeshops in New York City: Dansk: Jeg tilbringer altid en stor...

Coffee & Pastries in Brooklyn

I came across Butler Bakeshop and Espresso bar on Instagram a couple of days before my trip to New York and immediately added it to my list of places to go. Carina and I went Monday morning for a cup of coffee, and I quite liked the vibe here. It’s located right by the Williamsburg Bridge, a couple of minutes walk from the Bedford Avenue subway station. Only regulars/locals seemed to stop by for their morning...

4 New Specialty Coffee Shops in Paris

Third wave specialty coffeeshops keep popping up all over Paris, and it’s always exciting to see how they attempt to stand out. Below are four new additions to the Paris coffee scene that I visited during my recent trip to the city! (.. However, try not to drink as much coffee as I did, or you won’t sleep for days) 😉 PEONIES PEONIES is run by one of those passionate, driven, starting-from-the-bottom...

PEONIES: Flowers and Specialty Coffee in Paris

OK, so I’m actually working on a post introducing 5 new specialty coffeeshops in Paris, but I thought this one deserved a post of its own. They all do, really. Anyhow! I arrived in Paris late Tuesday night (later than expected because of delays due to snow in Copenhagen), and Wednesday morning I set the alarm early in order to make it to as many coffeeshops as possible before heading over to...

New Magazine for Coffee-Enthusiasts

I was beyond excited when the news broke that one of my favorite coffeeshops, The Coffee Collective, was launching a magazine entirely dedicated to coffee! I immediately reached out and got myself a copy of the very first issue. Needless to say, this was the perfect holiday read for a coffee-enthusiast like myself, with brewing guides and tips, interviews with farmers, and a beautiful profile on the Copenhagen coffeeshop, Det...
Older posts