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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A beautifully designed room where the focus is very much on their love for coffee and pleasing their very discerning customers.
The drinks look absolutely beautiful and are presented with great fanfare and panache. As well as looking good they actually taste world class as well.
Coffee Lab is a quality roasting, tasting and brewing lab focused on micro batches with unique features, eco-social responsibility and foot-to-package traceability.
They teach the next wave of baristas who are ready and waiting to churn out brilliant coffee. The sort of place where if you cut the people here they would bleed coffee.
Takko Cafe is a real speciality coffee champion in Sao Paulo, showcasing some incredible high-altitude beans. The space is small but the brews here are mighty – you may as well be in one of the top coffee capitals in the world when you’re here.
It’s no wonder Takko Cafe is known for serving some of the best coffee in Sao Paulo.
A bustling room where their coffee is every bit as much loved as their food. 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.
Isso é Café (aka This is Coffee!) sources its amazing coffee beans directly from the cafe owner’s farm, Felipe Croce. This is as best a bean-to-cup experience as you can get when it comes to the best coffee in Sao Paulo. The baristas are super passionate and will brew you your coffee in a variety of ways.
This tiny but mighty coffee shops claims it’s the “the smallest specialty coffee shop in the world.” That might just be true: it’s less than 20 square feet. But don’t be fooled by the size, this is where you’ll find one of the best coffees in the town.
KOF is a haven for cyclists and coffee lovers – it sells both fresh brews and bike gear. It’s a cosy spot in Pinheiros that is a popular place for a refreshing cup of coffee. KOF stands for King of the Fork, a word play on the well-known ‘KOM King of the Mountain’, an award given to the rider who performed the best on a climb.