Craving the best coffee in Liverpool? You’ve come to the right place.
Liverpool’s coffee scene is actually among the best in the UK– home to trendy cafes and micro roasters, the coffee here is a standard all on its own.
The attention to detail found in the country’s coffee shops and their championing of independent roasters makes it a coffee-lover’s dream.
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This award-winning coffee shop has found its home in Liverpool yet again after landlord issues meant they had to temporarily vacate. Now, they’re back serving their deliciously rich coffees, treats and good vibes yet again. Don’t miss out on this spot.
Root Coffee uses beans from forward thinking roasters from the world over, where their knowledgable baristas then develop brew recipes unique to the individual bag of beans. This is a coffee experience where you’re guaranteed to try something new.
With three locations across the city, you won’t be too far away from some of the best coffee in Liverpool. 92 Degrees coffee roasts with small-batch, hand production methods for perfect flavour.
As for the name? The owners found that their temperature sweet spot for an awesome espresso extraction was 92 Degrees!
Head to the city’s Creative Quarter, aka the Baltic Triangle, for a brew at this funky specialty coffee house. They serve up brews from local roasters, with great homebaked goods.
Their ethos is based around the traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony where freshly brewed coffee is served with popcorn and other snacks. You can’t miss the colourful artwork on the facade.
Lovelocks use 100% Arabica beans which are roasted in Merseyside and freshly ground in house for a great cuppa joe. You’ll find it in the Haymarket area, and the cafe itself is cute and cosy.
It has a lovely neighbourhood vibe, with owner Sarah Lovelock super passionate about all their brews and local, seasonal bites to eat.
Ryde is a bicycle cafe that combines all the best things of bikes, coffee and delicious food. It has loyal fans from both the cycling and coffee-loving community and is a great spot for a morning brew.
They make all their their coffee using the New Zealand Allpress Redchurch blend. The blend is a medium roast combining Brasil Santa Alina, Colombia Pescador, Guatemala Huehuetenango and Sumatra Mandheling.
Mother Espresso has a superb range of coffee – from espresso to cold brew or nitro – and a cracking brunch menu. They use UK roaster Hasbean coffee beans for their espressos, with single origin for filters and amazing freshly baked pastries.
Plus, enjoy £1 filter coffee refills with any food order!