The Swedes love their fika (afternoon coffee break) and there is perhaps no better place in town than Stockholm’s Drop Coffee Roasters to enjoy a great cuppa.
With a roastery in Västberga, an award winning streak – their baristas frequently end up in the semi-finals and finals of the Swedish Roasting Championship, Swedish Brewer’s Cup and Latte Art Championship – and a café in the indie neighbourhood of Mariatorget, filled with beautiful homes and creative folks, Drop Coffee Roasters is the epitome of Nordic cool.
Roasters and co-owners Joanna Alm and Erik Rosendahl are fanatical about sustainably grown and traded coffee that tastes awesome in the final cup… and that’s exactly what they deliver thanks to the equally passionate baristas on their team.
My cup of Ethiopian coffee was sublime; even after cooling, the aftertaste of the brew is long and delicious. Meanwhile the cappuccino came with a decent head of microfoam, resulting in the perfect mouthfeel. Besides coffee, their smörgås (Scandinavian open sandwiches) and soup are great on a cold day.
Consider no visit to Stockholm complete without a pilgrimage to Drop Coffee Roasters, whose name is simply a nod to them being one of the first contemporary cafés, when they opened in 2009, to offer customers hand-brewed coffee.
一起到Drop Coffee Roasters這家著名的咖啡館朝聖、喝咖啡。
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Drop Coffee Roasters
Wollmar Yxkullsgatan 10, Stockholm, Sweden
Mon-Fri 7:30am-6pm / Sat-Sun 10am-5pm