The coffee scene has thrived over the years, and it explains why visitors (and the locals too) cannot pass the chance to enjoy the best coffee in Brisbane.
With new coffee joints springing up on almost every street, it is clear that coffee is more than just a mere beverage, and is actually a way of life in Brisbane. Add to this the fact that for many people, coffee is part of a daily routine, whether at breakfast, brunch or over an evening date and it is easy to see why most visitors are on the lookout for a great coffee shop. Below are the highlights of the coffee shops you must visit while in Brisbane if you ever needed to satisfy your caffeine craving.
Brother Espresso ranks tops in the list of the best coffee in Brisbane, and is well known for its popular house coffee that merges the unique flavors of malt and cocoa. This delightful cup of coffee is a great fix for coffee lovers, and has since become a preferred choice at Brother Espresso. You could also give the Fifth Battery Seasonal Blend a try as it soothes your taste buds with the lovely taste of toffee and caramel topped up with peanuts.
Brother Espresso – 127 Margaret St Brisbane Queensland 4000, (07) 3003 1346
Frisky Goat Espresso is tucked away on George Street, and is arguably home to coffee lovers. Frisky Goat’s most popular selling point has got to be the use of organic coffee beans of Guatemalan origin that is endearing to coffee connoisseurs. You could also sample the house coffee that is aptly referred to as the Sweet Cocoa.
Frisky Goat Espresso – 171 George St, Brisbane, QLD 4000, (07) 3210 2667
If you are an avid coffee lover, you will be amazed by the freshly brewed coffee that is served at Noosa Chocolate factory. Dubbed the ‘Fonzie Abbott Espresso’, this cup of coffee is the perfect way to kick-start your day with gusto. Take this alongside any of the chocolates at the factory and satisfy your coffee addiction and sweet tooth with one hit.
Noosa Chocolate Factory – 144 Adelaide St, Brisbane, QLD 4000, (07) 5473 5010
Pourboy Espresso is your go-to coffee shop when you need to get yourself a caffeine fix. Popular with avid coffee drinkers, Pourboy boasts excellent baristas at your service. Best of all perhaps, is the fact that the coffee house has alternative methods of brewing coffee. What better way to start your day than with the best coffee from Pourboy?
Pourboy Espresso – Ground Floor, 26 Wharf St, Brisbane, QLD 4000, (07) 3172 1141
Contesssa is a quaint coffee shop located on Roma Street, and which has established itself as a classy coffee shop best known for its high quality espresso. If you prefer a coffee latte to an espresso, you will enjoy the different cold-pressed types of coffee. The house coffee is popular with visitors as it is both cold-presses and features full cream for a delicious lingering taste.
Contesssa – 154 Roma Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000, (07) 3217 2323
Other coffee shops worth checking out include:
- Extract Espresso Bar, 200 Adelaide St Brisbane Queensland 4000, (07) 3221 3166
- Chapter Two Espresso, 420 George St Brisbane Queensland 4000, (07) 3236 2080
- Mad Espresso, Queen Street Building, 141 Albert Ln Brisbane Queensland 4000, 0415 909 898
- Le Bon Choix, 379 Queen St Brisbane Queensland 4000, (07) 3229 9260
- Buzz Bistro, Emporium, Shop 22, 1000 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, QLD