Coffea Coffee closely resembles Melbourne’s Seven Seeds, a warehouse-like setup serving serious cups of coffee. The franchise was founded in Korea by barista Timothy, who has represented his country twice in the World Barista Championship, the Oscars of the coffee world. Incidentally, the company also roasts their own blends (a selection of beans from Ethiopia, Guatemala, Brazil, Columbia and Costa Rica), with their two signatures being the Maestro and Madonna. The former is punchy and great for a caffeine shoot while the latter is smooth and well-rounded. Coffea Coffee will have to find its footing next to Antipodean and Artisan Roast, but killer blends and an unadulterated passion for good coffee are great yardsticks to measure against the heavyweights. Also, the place doesn’t pride itself on trendy paraphernalia or indie music reruns, reinforcing itself as exactly the kind of unpretentious hangout Bangsar needs.
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8 Jalan Telawi 2
|Opening hours:||Sun - Thu, 9am - 12midnight; Fri - Sat, 9am - 2am|