In Melbourne, Australia, the coffee culture is so strong that there are over 3,000 coffee shops scattered around the city
As the name suggests, the proposal here is to promote experiences that help people appreciate other ways of drinking coffee. Sensory Lab offers several brewing methods, as well as tasting sessions.
Cozy, Krimper is installed in an old warehouse that invites people to spend hours reading a book while sipping on some coffee. The menu has a brekkie section – as Australians call breakfast – with such items as French toast and avocado sandwich.
It’s impossible not to feel at home at Patricia, a well-lit place with a kind staff – if they learn it’s your first time there, they will offer you a free sample of the day’s brew. Perfect for anyone who’s in a hurry and wants a quality cup of coffee.
Can you call a place that’s a bit more than a hole in the wall a coffee shop? In Melbourne, the answer is yes. Hidden in an underground tunnel, Cup of Truth has adopted an honesty code: customers look at the price on the board and put their coins in a glass cup on the counter.