Final Cafés do Rio

As I have left Rio de Janeiro in the beginning of July, I would like to conclude the Brazilian coffee posts with my final Cafés do Rio. Short and sweet. There are only three cafés in this post, but ethe are all very nice. Especially Café Secreto, I have been there many times and wish…

Cafés de São Paulo

Cafés de São Paulo

Originally, I was not going to write about Cafés de São Paulo as I was only there for a weekend. However, I still visited three cafés in and around Pinheiros, so I could hardly not share. Unlike in Rio, I have not had one bad coffee in São Paulo, which is another reason I want to…

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Cafés do Rio – Part II

Shortly after the first Rio café post went live, I had a lot of café outings following. Once again, I am sharing them today in hopes that you can check them out for yourself. Furthermore, I want to ask you for your recommendations on Cafés in Rio. Also, I would enjoy getting some feedack in…

Best Cafés in Rio de Janeiro

The Café series is back, and I am sharing my first discoveries for good Cafés in Rio de Janeiro. I will have a follow up coming soon, but let’s get  started with the ones I have visited so far: Confeitaria Colombo – Rio’s oldest and most famous coffee house, which I mentioned quickly in my…

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Cafés de Bolivia

Continuing the coffee posts was on my mind the whole time, until I realized, I had hardly spent any time in Cafés. After a relaxing week in Sucre, I headed to Cochabamba and Santa Cruz before leaving Bolivia for Brasil, but I had only drank a few cups of coffee in those last weeks. Nevertheless,…

Cafés de La Paz

As promised, the coffee posts will continue. I have written about my favorites in Cusco and will continue the posts all throughout Bolivia. So let’s get started with Cafés de La Paz: Café Blueberries, Avenida 20 de Octubre 2475: After hearing mixed reviews, I decided to give it a try. I certainly was not disappointed with…