The 7 Best Coffee In Edmonton

The 7 Best Coffee Shops In Edmonton

Looking for the best coffee in Edmonton? We have you covered, fellow coffee fiends.

With a third wave of coffee sweeping across Canada, we wanted to share the very best spots across the city.

Nothing stirs early morning debates across the world more than what exactly makes a good cup of coffee and where to have it. It’s also a drink that has the potential to lift the mood, focus the mind and deliver instant happiness. Good news then, that’s there no shortage of speciality coffee stores here….

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1. Lock Stock Coffee

A gorgeous wood panelled room where you can easily slip into one of those benches, have a cup of their artisan coffee and not want to leave for hours. Plus, English muffins are fried daily for a variety of sandwiches, making them a necessary stop when in the downtown neighbourhood.

Best coffee Edmonton

2. Transcend Coffee 

Transcend Coffee say that through thick and thin, they have intentionally kept their relationships with the growers and that’s how they able to roast with some of the best beans in the world. The end result in terms of taste is outstanding.

Transcend cafe in Edmonton

3. Coffee Bureau

Coffee Bureau is a place that makes seriously good coffee, does it without fuss and always has friendly and knowledgable staff who go above and beyond. A super place to sit with a cup and do a bit of people watching.

Coffee Bureau

4. Rogue Wave Coffee

The owners of Rogue Wave built their first roaster from scratch named ‘Stubby’ and have been turning out incredible coffee ever since. Their tasting bar at the on-site roastery is the best place to try their earthy coffee, although you’ll also find it in a few other cafes around town.

Rogue Wave Coffee

5. Little Brick 

Little Brick is a charming little cafe and general store that brought history back to life in an old brick house. They have a rotating selection of coffee beans from roasters from the west coast and a hearty range of brunch dishes to go with your cup of joe. Pick up some coffee equipment so you can brew at home.

Little Brick cafe

6. Farrow 

Known for its gourmet sandwiches, baked goods and – most importantly in our eyes – great coffee. Farrow work directly with Third Wave coffee roasters from all over the world. Their Pour-Over menu is constantly changing as the roasters they work with source seasonally, roast & ship each week to ensure freshness.

Farrow  cafe in Edmonton

7. Credo 

This is real feel-good coffee: it’s direct trade, so their growers are paid 25% higher rates than fair trade prices. With three locations in Edmonton, you’ll never be too far away from Credo and its expert baristas. They really strive to get the best out of every bean and you’ll taste that with each sip.

Credo cafe

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Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

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