Coffee ☕️ in Paris.
When I first arrived in this beautiful city, the art of coffee was still somewhat new. At the time, I found myself haunting @lacafeotheque founded in 2005, and at the time, it had a chill, hippie vibe with fantastic breakfasts and plenty of space to work remotely. Australians were some of the pioneers of Parisian coffee culture, like @kbcoffeeroastersparis. I loved sitting in the sun on their terrace, which overlooks a beautiful little square, sipping on a flat white.
Now, the burgeoning coffee scene in Paris welcomes talent from all over the world, challenging old and new comers like never before. The demand from both locals and tourists for excellence in this category creates opportunity for new roasters, such as @artesano.roaster (pictured).
ARTESANO Specialty Coffee Roaster is the latest shop to open in the Marais, founded by Arturo Valentino, a Mexican photographer, barista and roaster.
Seven years after Valentino landed in Paris, ARTESANO Specialty Coffee Roaster was born. It is a store dedicated to Mexican specialty coffee. Here, Arturo shares his vision of coffee, from the selection of the green bean, roasting, and extraction, to the tasting.
ARTESANO is the expression of coffee as a culture where lifestyle and know-how can meet.
While there are a myriad of choices in Paris, here is a short-list of my favs (in no particular order):
@kbcoffeeroastersparis & @backinblackcoffee
And also check out Coffee by Francois
Marché Blanqui (métro Corvisart, 67 Bd Auguste Blanqui, 75013 Paris
Bisous and bonne caffeinating,
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