Great Coffee trip in the Estonia Capital! Efficient and middle age city center. We found in our path lot of incredible specialty coffee and roasteries. Each one with its own history and experience.
Lovely capital on the Baltic sea. Well know for its beauty open air coffee and its art nouveaux. For this reason, is also called the 'Paris of the north or Baltic Paris'. In 2014 it has been the European Culture Capital.
Finally in Finland, the country of Mumin! The capital is a city where you can relax and take your time in a Sauna (we went in one in front of the Baltic Sea with exceptional Japanese Design). Finnish are use to consume dark roasted coffee. Finland is one of the top three countries that consumes the most coffee.
Is one of the most important city in Finland. It's famous for its waffle (we recommend the one's with salmon) and paper mills. You can find very nice café and also few specialty coffee roastery.
Hamburg, the second biggest German city, has a long tradition of trading and refining coffee. In our 24 hrs trip we have visited:
The capital of Baden-Württemberg, is not only the city of Autovehicle - Porsche and Mercedes Benz - but also of fine coffee specialty as Mókuska.
Geneva is a global city, a financial centre, and a worldwide centre for diplomacy due to the presence of numerous international organizations, including the headquarters of many agencies of the United Nations and the Red Cross. Geneva hosts the highest number of international organizations in the world
Ditta Artigianale - Born in 2013 as small and specialty roastery by Francesco Sanapo and Patrick Hoffer. In less than 8 years it has opened 3 coffee shops in the city. Places in which it is possible to find good vibes to drink their specialty coffee from Africa and South America.