Norwegians drink more coffee than most, and Oslo is heaven for coffee lovers.
What truly makes Oslo a great place for coffee, however, is that the affinity for the brew is combined with some serious efforts to prepare it in the best ways possible. A good number of independently-run coffee shops offer espresso drinks that alone are worth a trip to the city, according to some.
World-champion baristas import, roast, and grind coffee beans with great care and enthusiasm. With individual variations when it comes to roasting, and signature ways to pack the portafilters, there truly is a coffee scene to explore in Oslo. A piece of advice: Oslo’s artisan coffee bars are not the place to ask for decaf. Read more about Explore Oslo’s coffee scene
Source: visitoslo.com / Norway Today