Dispatch Coffee

I read about Dispatch Coffee in the coffee press .  I knew I had to visit Dispatch coffee as soon as I arrived in Montreal.   I visited the main coffee shop and roastery located on St-Zotique West street.  The area is mostly commercial and feels a bit like it’s the middle of nowhere, but it’s worth the visit.

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Cafe Bimi in Fukuoka

Since I arrived in Japan and started discovering coffee shops, I have been recommended many places by coffee shop owners and Cafe Bimi was of course one of them.   The owner of Orizuru in Okayama  told me about Cafe Bimi a while ago since he is a good friend of the master and they travelled together to Africa to visit coffee farms in Ethiopia and Yemen.   Let’s just say that Cafe Bimi which is located in Fukuoka city is just as charming and delicious as I was told it would be.

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Caffe Verdi

Caffe Verdi is a little bit out of the way but you get the distinct feeling when you get there that it’s actually a place for the locals to enjoy a really good cup of coffee. Kyoto is packed with coffee shops and among all these choices, I decided to go for the one that was among the highest ranked on the  “tabelog” website.

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La vie en Cafe

La vie en Café is located in  a very odd little building behind the Okayama City Symphonic Orchestra. If you spend enough time in Japan, you quickly realize that there is not many old buildings in  Japanese cities.  This building seem to be  clinging to another age among a sea of new constructions since it survived the bombing of Okayama.  (Okayama castle which is about 5 min away was severely damaged)

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