Copenhagen, originally uploaded by Helen K.
We have just finished visiting Copenhagen and Amsterdam. I have to say we didn’t look for any good “coffee shops” in Amsterdam. There are many however around the red-light district near our hotel. They must be selling good coffee because many of the clients seemed very happy when they walked out. They just didn’t have the same inviting smell as some coffee shops back home.
We did notice one happy English lad who had too much coffee having a chat with a friendly lady in a shop window. When he finished shopping he promptly fell down a set of stairs! He may have been better off purchasing.
Anyway, on to more important matters we did check out the coffee shops in Copenhagen. All-in-all these threes were very good. They were micro-roasters with only a very limited range of food, but extensive coffee menus.
If in Copenhagen I would recommend Estate Coffee and Risterit.
These two are both on the edge of the main shopping district. If you want a longer a bike ride and a more edgy suburb then I would recommend Coffee Collective.
The only thing I would like to add is that it seems to me that almos universally coffee is hotter over here. Did Cibo teach us to drink our coffee to cold?
P.s. I know I could have put this in a post, but I thought would be interesting to see if anyone reads and responds to this comment.