First Coffee  

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As you might expect from the coffee shop above Bucharest's official SCA barista school, First Coffee serves tremendous coffee. Driven by a passion for sharing good coffee with the world, it has been filling cups with delicious black stuff since early 2018. With a focus on the whole supply chain, from grower to cup, the care and attention paid by its staff and owners is self-evident. The name itself emphasises their intentions - that at First Coffee, you'll always remember your first great coffee - that first sip that made you fall in love with specialty coffee; when you first felt how much effort and expertise went into your cup. A champion of the specialty coffee community in Romania and beyond, the shop often presents experts from around the world, hosting regular cuppings, training sessions and experimental social events. Beside relaxing in their bright and comfortable lounge with your drink and one of their delicious cakes, they also sell a wide range of coffee-making equipment, accessories and books. Conveniently located, right beside the Piata Sf. Gheorghe Tram Station, it's a great spot to visit any time you're in the Old Town/Unirii/Universtate area. Especially with their new wireless phone charging dock, First Coffee is a a great place to recharge your notions about coffee.

Neal G.

Strada Băniei 5, București 030167, Romania

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