Ireland becomes one of the countries with the largest coffee consumption population. Well, Ireland where have its Irish coffee which is famous all around the world. The European nation is also embracing the new styles and coffee techniques from western countries. If you are planning to visit here, be ready to get huge exposure of different coffee brands and cafes. Here are a few options that you can try.
Owned by Karl Purdy, Coffee Angel is the ultimate espresso house that no one should miss. They serve Forsa Gala, it’s a medium-boiled blend which uses seasonally rotating coffees. It includes 100 pc Arabica beans. The overall taste is like milk chocolate and red current with a syrupy like notes. You can try it with espresso or prefer adding milk in it.
Visit them: 3 Trinity St, Dublin 2, D02 H684, Ireland.
3fe is considered as the mothership of coffee culture in Dublin. The owner of this café Colin Harmon who also wrote the book on how to run the coffee shops. The book is called What I Know About Running Coffee Shops. The café is supplying its roasted coffees to severe other cafes and shops around the country. They are one of the oldest and ideal places for anyone who has a strong interest in coffee. In most of the branches, you can try the sandwiches, cakes, and soups too.
Visit them: 32-34 Grand Canal Street Lower, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin, Ireland.
Reference coffee is co-owned by Meet Me in The Morning and Loose Cannon. The café sourced their coffee roasted beans from other different roasteries. You can get Colonna and Bailes here too. Also, they serve mean cinnamon swirl. The place is ideal to visit if you are in the mood of some go-to spot coffee. Here you can also get drinks based on milk or simply go with black, decaf on espresso-like options.
Visit them: 49 Pleasants St, Portobello, Dublin 8, D08 XHF2, Ireland
Two beans are loved by the Dun Laoghaire folks. The café serves a different range in espresso and filter specialty coffee. Also, the serving keeps changing according to the seasons. The coffee beans are sourced as per the ethical standard of the café. The coffee here is taken very seriously which means you never have to disappoint on spending your time here.
Visit them: 11 George’s Street Lower, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, A96 PK74, Ireland.
Rift is a small coffee café with multi roasters. They highly focus on keeping the quality, taste, and sustainability on its best. The café keeps changing the suit to offer a better experience on espresso and pour-overs. The Rift coffee is packed and you will find it busy. They have a canteen on Catherine street. However, they focus more on food but also with a great cup of coffee. Don’t forget to try stormy espresso which is a local favorite.
Visit them: 30 Upper Mallow St, Limerick, V94 EY22, Ireland.