Coffee Collective Torvehallerne. Photo: Giulia Mule

Giulia's Top 5 coffee spots in Copenhagen

London based blogger Giulia Mule, editor of food and travel blog Mondomulia, gives us her insights to the best coffee in Copenhagen.

1. Kent Kaffe Laboratorium

Kent Kaffe is top of my list of coffee shops in Copenhagen for several reasons: I love the taste of their coffee and the relaxed environment, but I also love that I can always have a chat with the baristas about coffee and ask for advice on what to order. This is a place for true coffee connoisseurs. 

Kent Kaffe is in the city centre of Copenhagen, around the corner from Torvehallerne and Norreport. Located below street level, it provides a quiet space to enjoy a great cup of coffee. 

The space is large, with the front room occupied by the coffee counter. They serve espresso-based drinks but they also have a brew bar featuring several coffee brewing devices: from V60 to Syphon; from Chemex to Aeropress; and more.
The coffee is roasted in-house using the best fairtrade and organic beans. Baristas pay great attention on brewing, so that the quality of coffee you order is as high as possible.

2. The Coffee Collective Jægersborggade

The Coffee Collective is undoubtedly the most popular coffee shop in Copenhagen. No trip to Copenhagen would be complete without a visit to The Coffee Collective, a specialty coffee micro roastery with three outlets in the Danish capital: Godthåbsvej, Jægersborggade and Torvehallerne. They also have a global following: their small-batch coffee is stocked in shops all over the world.

The original coffee shop and roastery in Nørrebro is a great spot to grab a coffee to have in or to take away. The indoor space is small and mostly occupied by the roasting machine, but there are sharing tables outside which are great on a sunny day to watch people walk by and soak up the Nørrebro’s vibes.

The best way to start the day!

A photo posted by Giulia Mulè (@mondomulia) onMay 6, 2013 at 3:19am PDT

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A few words about yourself and your blog

I am a food, coffee and travel blogger at

On my blog Mondomulia I share my favourite recipes, reviews of the best restaurants and coffee shops and travel guides to destinations around the world. I also work as a photographer for restaurants, coffee shops and chefs in London. I am Italian but I have lived in London for ten years.

When I’m not working on my blog or travelling, I like to bake. Inspiration for my recipes often comes from my travels as I love to learn about other cuisines.
My work has appeared in magazines and newspapers in UK and I was featured by Buzzfeed as one of the Pinterest accounts to follow to find the best doughnuts in London. My guilty pleasures are the custard doughnuts from Bread Ahead Bakery in Borough Market!

I love Copenhagen for its vibrant and exciting food and coffee scene. On my bucket list of things to do in Copenhagen next are: having brunch at Atelier September, drinking coffee at The Coffee Collective roastery in Godthåbsvej, sleeping at Hotel SP34, eating a meal at Höst and of course at Noma.

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