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International Coffee Day: 5 Cool Cafes For A Java Jolt

“But first, coffee.” This week, we’re shining the spotlight on five of our absolute favourite cafes around the world in celebration of International Coffee Day (October 1). Whether you like yours black, frothy, hot or iced, here’s where to get buzzed around the world:

London: Kaffeine

Photo: Kaffeine/Facebook

Indie-owned caff beloved for its flat whites and loose-leaf tea. Square Mile Coffee and guest roasters provide the beans, while Portuguese tarts, lamingtons, muffins and brownies provide the sugar rush.

Barcelona: Nømad Coffee

Photo: Nomad Coffee

A hipster’s wet dream in cream (and one of the few serious java joints in Barça), this too-cool coffee lab roasts some damn fine globally-sourced beans.

Los Angeles: Stumptown Coffee

Photo: Stumptown Coffee

Every hipster’s favourite coffee label has a roasting facility smack bang in downtown LA, complete with huge viewing window so you can watch that 60kg Probat Roaster at work. Weekend public cupping at 1pm.

Bangkok: Rocket Coffeebar

Photo: Rocket Coffeebar

Nordic-style, artisanal coffee champ fuelling hungry (and oft hungover) Bangkokians with wholesome, Swedish brekkie plates, salads n’ sarns.

Melbourne: Manchester Press

Photo: Manchester Press/Facebook

Vintage-tinged former-warehouse hidden down a dead-end lane with ace coffee and pulled pork bagels. Can you get a more perfectly Melbourne cafe experience? Not when you add roller-door murals and flat cap-wearing servers to the mix.

See also: 10 Buzzin’ Coffee Shops Around The World

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