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reviewed Velos Mazeh Musette

10 reviews · 5 months ago

Was just wandering along and was drawn into the shop. Didn’t even want a coffee at the time but ordered anyway. WOW, BEST COFFEE IN AGES. He was reluctant to give it to me in cardboard take away but I had a physio appointment to get to. Even that didn’t kill how good his coffee was. If you like a solid coffee, this is the place to come.

reviewed The Gap

10 reviews · a year ago

Our visit was on a quiet Wednesday arvo. Chris the owner served us, super friendly and attentive. Locally roasted fair trade beans. The flat white was at the perfect temp, strong and the construction was faultless. Good wife and comfortable banquet seating. Lots of room and a good size menu.

reviewed Higher Ground Cafe

10 reviews · a year ago

Down the steps of the Calle and we stumbled across Higher Ground. (Same name as one of my favorite cafes in Mt Martha) As we walked in we were greeted warmly and told the coffee here is as good if not better than Melbourne. Mark (owner) explained that his beans are no more than 4days old as the hit his shop (roasted). Big call! But didn’t disappoint. The Barista know how to construct a coffee (my most important feature), two shots and Leche (milk) most coffee shops here in La Paz, don’t know this or any thing other than a latte or cappuccino. Highly recommended.

reviewed Coffeeteer

10 reviews · 2 years ago

In a country that produces some of the best coffee in the world we struggled to find a great cup of coffee. Until we found “coffeeteer”. If your into coffee and cake, this place is a must visit in Quito. Bit difficult to find but you will love it. (Just check out the photos)

reviewed Cafè Bohio

10 reviews · 2 years ago

Construction of the coffee impecable. Roasted on site, so doesn’t get much fresher. La Scala machine (Italian). A great passion for coffee. Strong dark roast blend (my personal favorite) only in Jaco for three days but will spent a lot of time in this cafe!

reviewed Refuge

10 reviews · 2 years ago

Coffee just went up a level. Locally owned, has ties with helping street children and street dogs. Staff friendly and helpful. (Helped me with my poor Spanish) our barista Johnathon speaks 5 languages. Training local kids to construct great coffee. Offers a shop front with great people watching windows and a private rear lounge. I was in Antigua for 5 days and didn’t get a bad coffee here. Can’t say the same for other establishments. Refuge is situated opposite the biblioteca (library) next to a bar and hotel Juan. Two blocks from the Central Park. Great position, Great vibe!

reviewed Cafe Ital

10 reviews · 2 years ago

I am backpacking through Central America. Cuba, Mexico, Belize and just landed in Guatemala. This cafe has the best coffee since leaving Melbourne. Not the perfect score for the coffee but it’s good. Italian owned with a “La Pavoni” espresso machine. Funny to find a good coffee in a small rural village

reviewed Two Towers Bali

10 reviews · 2 years ago

Walk up or ride a motor bike up, its worth the trip. Garden beautiful and the coffee fresh. I had a Long Mac with milk on the side (didn't use). Great flavor! with so few good coffee places on the island, this is a must visit.

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