5 best coffee shops in Mexico city

Mexico is one of its largest world producers. Coffee berries are grown in the highlands in the southeast of the country, in the states of Chiapas , Guerrero, Veracruz, Puebla, Oaxaca and Nayarit. But despite this, coffee culture is much less developed here than, for example, in Italy or Scandinavia. For this reason, the best Mexican coffee issometimes easier to find in Europe than in its homeland.

But business does not stand still. In recent years, the popularity of this drink among all segments of the population has increased. It is told about the differences between coffee coffee and instant coffee , about the origins of coffee culture and about who and how he grows, processes and roasts coffee berries.

Important role was played by the opening in 2002 in Mexico City of the first in Latin America establishment of the Starbucks network, a decade earlier acquainted Americans with “right” coffee . Since then, a lot of water has flowed and once the new standards set the network podraasteraet many fans – they moved into small coffee , which is very serious about their business.

Café Avellaneda

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A cozy little coffee bar with a wooden interior in the Coyoacan area. Special attention is paid to sustainable development and projects to support coffee farms. The corporate dessert is tiramisu. Address: st. Higuera No. 40, Centro de Coyoacán.

Café Passmar

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The owners of this cafe are a married couple Salvador Benitez and Aleli Moreno. They occupied high places in the world championships in latte-art – this is a special way of pouring foamed milk into espresso, thanks to which different patterns are created on the surface of coffee . The cafe is located in one of Mexico City’s markets at Col. Del Valle, Mercado Lázaro Cárdenas, the entrance between Romero fe Terremos and av. Coyoacan, Adolfo Prieto s / n, Local 237.

Rococo Espresso Coffee

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To not say much – its owner Akiles Gonzalez is one of the judges of the national championship among the barista. Try here a double macchiato, you will not regret it. Address: Corner of Parque España No. 49, Local 5 and Juan de la Barrera, Col. Condesa.


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Minimalism and a real passion for coffee . The cafe is located in the Kuatemok area (in the very same place where the Frida Kahlo house museum) at Col. Roma Norte, av. Monterrey 151, between the streets of Zacatecas and Guanajuato.

Gradios Deli-Café

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Its founder Eric Chagoy became the best barista of Mexico in 2011. In addition to coffee, there is a large selection of healthy dishes with a low fat content. Address: Col. Centro, st. Luís Moya, No. 115.

All listed places are located in the central part of Mexico City, close to tourist routes . We hope that now when visiting this city, it will be easier for you to find a good  coffee and rest from the bustle of the largest megalopolis of Latin America.