Coffee in Istanbul My experience of coffee in Istanbul down the years has been a very mixed bag. The famous traditional Turkish coffee is an extraordinary concoction with an inch of coffee grains at the bottom of each cup which you inevitably end up swallowing the first time you try it. Aside from that, which …

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Coffee in Budapest I didn’t really know what to expect from coffee in Budapest after the lofty quality on offer in Copenhagen and Berlin. Some judicious Googling revealed quite a wealth of choices for me to explore. Mester Bike + Coffee Project was an excellent place to start. As the name suggests, this was part …

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Coffee in Berlin Berlin is a pretty big place and I only had two full days there, so I barely scratched the surface of what felt like a very diverse city. I had time for only three coffee stops. The first had to be at The Barn given it’s a roastery whose work I’ve really …

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Coffee in Copenhagen Torvehallerne is a renowned market with two covered halls offering a panoply of food options and an area out front for a flea market. I was visiting during the Copenhagen Opera Festival so of course started my day – don’t we all always? – with some impromptu full-costume opera in the flea …

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The Beat I remember reviewing a police box with no name that was selling very good coffee a wee while back. Trading on the site previously occupied by the Bollywood Box, I passed the other day a stopped once more to see how it was doing. It is now called The Beat and feels bedded-in. …

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