Time Out says
After seven years living in London suburbs like Brick Lane, Nomad's Jordi Mestres says, he could only come back to Barcelona if he could make a home in Poblenou. Mestres studied design at Elisava in Barcelona, and then emigrated to London, where he discovered the world of speciality coffee, and had his own mobile coffee cart called the Nomad. When he got back to Barcelona, and in record time – less than four years – Mestres had established Nomad – coffee roasters, café, wholesale and retail shops, training – as ground zero zone of speciality coffee in Catalonia.
At the Nomad Coffee Lab & Shop they experiment with coffee, and customers can go to try brews that are prepared in a variety of ways, such as espresso, flat white, V60, aeropress, cold brew or cold drip. And at Nomad Roasters' Home in Poblenou, they get green coffee from around the world, taste it and roast it, train others, and then distribute it to restaurants and coffee shops. They also have a café in Joaquín Costa, 26, called Nomad Every Day.
Passatge de Sert, 12
Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera
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