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I really felt compelled to write today, after finishing my second exam. I was not sure what about though, but I realized that there is a pretty little series, that has not been continued. Looking through my phone and seeing all my coffee pictures made me realize that I have not shared the Cafés of Norway. Coffee takes a big part in the culture here as well and since I spent the hour before my exam in a café to calm down, I believe that it is about time for this post.

There is no bad coffee here. That’s just a little disclaimer at first. Cafés are very picturesque though and since I have so many pictures, I wanted to share my coffee inspiration.

Kaffebrenneriet (Oslo)

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Had this one with my mum in Oslo

W. B. Samson (Oslo)

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This one was with Josi (picture is hers too)
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Afterparty Coffee with Theresa

OSLOVELO (Oslo)

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Half café, half bike-repair (with Andrea)

Godt Brød (Oslo)

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Breakfast and Coffee with my parents

STOCKFLETH’S (Oslo)

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Today’s calming coffee

Sofie’s Hage

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Second breakfast with Anne, Andrea and Julius

steam kaffebar (Stavanger)

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Re-charging coffees with Aidan, Andrea, Anne (triple A-Team) and Rebecca

Atelier Kakao (Lillehammer)

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Hot chocolate and cake with my dad

 

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Free Coffee during the welcome week

Most cafés on this list are chains and have locations all over Norway. One that isn’t a chain but I can highly recommend is “Liebling” in Oslo. When I went with a new friend, I simply forgot to take a picture.

I hope you enjoyed the Cafés of Norway. See you soon.

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