Who spilled the beans? 5 Tel Aviv cafés boasting international coffee beans

A coffee connoisseur’s wet dream
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This epic list has got it all: a microroastery off Kikar Dizengoff priding themselves on serving their own beans from the world’s top tier organic farms, a hipster café tucked away on Allenby Street giving cold brew its ‘cool’ name, and even a classy early bird hangout on Montefiore reeling in Israeli chef’s with fresh beans from one of the world's prime coffee exporters: Costa Rica. Enough chitchat, it’s time for some serious coffee talk. Hop over to these sensational coffee connoisseurs biting their thumbs at the rest of the (still above average) Tel Aviv cafés.

Beans, beans, they're good for your heart

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Cafelix
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Restaurants, Coffee shops

Cafelix

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Cafelix is a beautifully designed cafe with expertly created coffees. From frothy cappuccinos to the steamy double-shot espresso, this spot is a hipster sipster’s favorite spot from morning to afternoon. Though the place is swarming with cuddly dogs, there’s still space to enjoy the superfast wifi and quality beans. The leader in the ever changing and evolving Tel Aviv coffee scene, Cafelix will fulfill your dire need for that first morning cup and cure your post-work sleepiness with an evening pick-me-up.  

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Restaurants, Cafés

Origem Fresh Coffee

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Origem Fresh Coffee is a specialty coffee shop that sources, roasts, and serves the greatest coffee from various origins around the world. With espressos, cappuccinos, filtered, cold brews, and more, paired with delicious Brazilian snacks and desserts, it’s a haven for coffee lovers. The staff is friendly, passionate, and knowledgeable about coffee, ready to help you select the perfect brew. Origem has an adorable enclosed outdoor seating area, allowing guests to leave the noise of Dizengoff and relax with a book or catch up with friends.

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Edmund
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Restaurants, Cafés

Edmund Café

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Named after General Edmund Allenby, who led the British Empire’s conquest of Jerusalem from the hands of the Ottoman Empire in the early twentieth century, the nook of a café is steeped in its own rich history. All four co-owners have been in the restaurant and nightlife business for several years, so they know the scene inside and out. Alongside baked goods from the super successful NOLA bakery and delicious gourmet sandwiches, it's the coffee through-and-through that really gives Edmund its edge. If you think you've already come across the best cup of coffee in Tel Aviv, sample a bottle of Edmund's 7-hour Guatemalan cold brew and then we'll talk.

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Nahat Café
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Restaurants, Cafés

Nahat Café

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Owned and operated by connoisseurs of the coffee business for 15 years, Nahat Café is determined to deliver your perfect cup of coffee every time. The café prides itself on serving their own beans, only from the world’s top tier organic farms, and their tried-and-true brewing techniques, roasted in-house and ground in tiny portions. The trained baristas help you decide which specific blend suits you best based on your tastes and mood. With chill music and ambiance, views of Dizengoff Square, freshly baked cookies and croissants, and paninis and salads prepared in-house everyday, the café provides the perfect setting for cozy coffee dates or just a personal treat. At night, customers will sip beer, wine, or cocktails with that one last cup of quality coffee preparing for their night out. And once you fall in love with your perfect coffee, your blend is available for wholesale or Gett delivery, whether its from Costa Rica, Guatemala, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, or Santo Domingo.

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Cafe Mae
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Restaurants, Cafés

Mae Café

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It's no coincidence that major Israeli chefs are spotted starting their morning off at Mae Café on a daily basis. When you enter the tiny shop on Montefiore, you are immediately enrobed by the tantalizing aromas of freshly brewed beans and pastries. Their specialty coffees are brewed with only the highest quality beans, acquired from one of the world's prime coffee exporters: Costa Rica. The intimate family business has been roasting their gourmet beans for years – bringing a little taste of South America to our very own Middle Eastern backyard. Start your day the right way.

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