We continue our regular feature profiling our favorite places to grab a cup of coffee. See why The Coffee Collective made my favorite coffee in Europe and look at more Coffee Break posts here.
Say hallo to The Coffee Collective
in Copenhagen, Denmark!
Full disclosure: This was the best coffee I had in Europe. There are a lot of photos here admiring the paper cups that this delightful nectar of the gods inhabited. If you don’t feel like basking in the rays of beauty well then just move along and to hell with you.
Back on topic: The Coffee Collective is a coffee roastery and has three coffee shop locations. I visited the shops in Jægersborggade and Torvehallerne which is the first location you’re seeing here. (Read more about Copenhagen’s brilliant market in our previous recap post!)
For the first introduction to the coffee at the Torvehallerne we paired up our hot beverage with an intensely tasty cinnamon snegl from Laura’s Bakery.
It was a little chilly at this time because the sun was hidden behind some clouds but that made this match-up pure perfection.
I was really anticipating trying out The Coffee Collective and it didn’t disappoint in the slightest. After this coffee break I had cemented in my head that I would visit another location before the end of our time in Copenhagen.
The Jægersborggade shop has a one track mind – just really fantastic coffee, no frills or unnecessary menu options.
We took advantage of this location’s proximity to the Meyers Bageri and enjoyed some twisty bread on the side.
The Coffee Collective is very serious about it’s craft but a crowd-pleaser all the same. They work hard to make exceptional coffee but also create better lives for farmers. Read more about what CC strives for here and make sure you add them to your ‘Must Drink’ bucket list.
What are your favorite coffee spots in Copenhagen?
Make sure to comment with your own recommendations!