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The 7 Best Coffee Shops In Caracas

A third wave of coffee has been sweeping over South America in the last decade, with great coffee fast becoming the norm. With amazing coffee growing in the region, here’s where to find the best coffee in Caracas.

A whole range of passionate coffee enthusiasts have been redefining our expectations and educating both the consumers and other people entering the coffee industry. Those are the coffee shops we wanted to celebrate today. Some are big, and some are small, but they are all equally passionate about their product.

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1. Café Mulata

From the first moment you walk into this Caracas coffee joint you’ll fall in love with the whole experience. Their iced coffees are a thing of beauty. If you need a hot cuppa, they also do amazing hand brews and flat whites.

2. Franca

For coffee and cakes that are a cut above the rest, stop by Franca. It’s a beautiful minimalist cafe with silky flat whites and a team of talented baristas. The fresh cakes and sweet treats are the perfect add-on.

3. Melosa Café

This cosy cafe serves up some great coffees in a laid-back atmosphere.  They serve great breakfast, sweet treats that are all absolutely perfect for matching up with their rich and tasty coffee. A delightful place to spend some time and sip on a tasty cup of joe.

4. Aroma Di Caffè

A simple stripped back coffee shop where they are known for Venezuelan-style coffee on their drinks menu, combined with doing the classic Italian brews really well. What more could you ask for?

The coffees possess a full body of flavour and have a natural and pleasing aroma so you can’t go wrong with any java drink here.

5. Amelie Café

Amelie Cafe is a quaint little neighbourhood cafe that serves great food and pastries. The place has a very French feel to it and once you taste their fresh coffee you will be finding an excuse to come back day after day.

6. Esquina Carbone Espresso Celicor

This small little cafe is basically standing room only, but the coffee is worth it. Carbone is one of the country’s top coffee brands and roasts and sells their own blend of local beans. The baristas are also some of the best in town.

You’ll be telling everyone you meet to try some of the best coffee in Caracas here.

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7. Café Noisette

This charming cafe and bistro is a little piece of Paris in the city centre, so expect rich espresso and perfect lattes. They also serve breakfast, lunch and dinner with menus that are meant to seriously tempt and treat you. The portions are big so forget about the diet for once – be sure to order a crepe to go with your coffee!

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Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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