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Coffee Collective. Photo: Lise Hannibal
Coffee Collective. Photo: Lise Hannibal

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Five great Danish micro coffee roasters

Although it’s some time now since good coffee became the new black, the coffee trend is far from over and there are many places in Denmark where coffee is roasted on site and the drink is prepared with expertise and care.

The right bean, the right roasting, the right machine, and exactly the right flavors. The people behind the micro-roasteries are dedicated coffee enthusiasts, for whom coffee is both a lifestyle and a vocation. There is knowledge, passion, and craftsmanship in every single cup, and the result is top-class coffee. Here are five roasters you will definitely keep coming back to.

Coffee Collective

This beautiful old industrial building has a New York feel and you can see the roastery from the café area. This is where all of Coffee Collective’s wonderful gourmet beans are roasted, and of course you can both taste the goods and buy some freshly roasted coffee and brewing equipment to take home with you.

Coffee Collective

Godthåbsvej 34B, Copenhagen

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Risteriet

Risteriet is frequented every day by regulars and incognito celebrities alike, but it is far from a private party. The atmosphere is relaxed and the service is friendliness itself. They serve up an excellent cup of coffee, as well as baking their own bread and cakes.

Risteriet

Helgolandgade 21, Copenhagen

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KontraCoffee

It’s not just anyone behind KontraCoffee, but some of those who helped to start the specialty coffee wave in Denmark in the 1990s with Amokka and Café Europa. Naturally, they roast the coffee themselves and you can buy beans and barista equipment in the café, where the black drink is brewed to perfection.

KontraCoffee

Dag Hammarkjölds Allé 36, Copenhagen

Kaffevaerk. Photo: Lise Hannibal

Kaffevaerk

The Kaffevaerk micro-roastery roasts its organic coffee in the back room and sells both beans and a selection of quality barista equipment in the café. Really good coffee and the perfect pit-stop before a trip to Frederiksberg Gardens, which are directly opposite.

Kaffevaerk

La Cabra

The coffee boys of Aarhus’s Latin Quarter make some of the best coffee in the city, and they select and roast the beans themselves, so they are fully involved throughout the process. La Cabra is almost always full, and you can even put a record on as you enjoy a well-brewed drop.

La Cabra

Graven 20, Aarhus

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