If you are traveling to Stockholm or exploring the coffee scene in Europe, there is a compelling coffee scene in Stockholm to explore. The place hosts avid coffee drinkers in the city with an evolving culture in coffee in various dynamics. You can see those city-friendly cool vibe places to hangout for great meals and fancy coffees or you can be real nerd, to begin with, specialty coffee cafes in the Stockholm. It serves all kinds of levels whether you are new to the scene or real coffee fan.
Drop Coffee has earlier opened the roastery and coffee cafe back in 2009. Primarily, the premise of the coffee place was served just as a roastery. It used to be a beautiful turquoise 25kg Dietrich machine. Not to miss the hole in the back of the shop where earlier the 1 Kilo Giesen Roaster was fit in. Now, you will find this roastery located about 3 subway stations away. Their baristas are well-experienced handling the brew bar and espresso bar very efficiently.
Visit them: Wollmar Yxkullsgatan 10, 118 50 Stockholm, Sweden.
First coffee when you arrive in Stockholm or the last one earlier than you leave, there is no better choice than Mean Coffee placed less than 5 mins from the Stockholm Central Station. We had been told this is the vicinity where they are able to get really tasty Aeropress and even though we opted for the quick espresso instead, Jonas Hult, co-owner, and barista of Mean Coffee, showed that customers appreciate this brewing technique over others in here. In comparison to the previous cafés, Mean Coffee doesn’t roast however offers a large choice of roasters from the Nordic region.
Visit them: Vasagatan 38, 111 20 Stockholm, Sweden.
Johan & Nystrom
Johan & Nystrom Concept Store was just located around the corner from Drop Coffee. It represents the rise of the specialty coffee roasting based in Sweden since 2004. The place has been working on a coffee revolution where their award-winning flagship cafes representing itself as showrooms for their capabilities or experiments. Their smiling baristas will always welcome you with their great expertise in coffee-making for years.
Visit them: Swedenborgsgatan 7, 118 48 Stockholm, Sweden.
Snickarbacken 7 is located in a 19th-century building where you can experience the Gothic influence in the interiors of the coffee shop. You will also see the high ceiling featuring the art gallery surrounded by the art pieces during the mealtime. You can also try their ginger juice along with the coffee which is freshly made. You can also enjoy the variety of toasts which makes the best accompaniments with your coffee.
Visit them: 7 Snickarbacken, Stockholm 111 39 Sweden.
The Kafe 44 is managed and operated by the non-profit organizations where it is also linked with all nearby music concert areas. This place is surrounded by a cozy and artistic environment giving the coffee drinkers also popular choice among music and movie lovers. The coffee shop offers the budget vegetarian food with healthy and mouth-watering sandwiches making its signature. The place also features the house for the various Swedish underground bands and singers.
Visit them: Tjärhovsgatan 46, 116 28 Stockholm, Sweden.