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The best coffee shops to fulfill your day in London

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Coffee lovers are those who don’t only want to taste the best flavour but also to throw themselves into the distinctive atmosphere at the shops of their liking. Following is the best coffee shops in London that I believe anyone will fall in love with once they try. It’s not just the matter of drinking coffee, it’s about your coffee style.

Monmouth Coffee

​27 Monmouth St, London WC2H 9EU​, 020 7232 3010

coffee shopsYou can witness a long queue of “fans” out the door at peak hours. Monmouth is credited for serving the strongest coffee – the double-shot that is suitable only for the caffeine hardcore. ​Then drinking a half-shot is enough for you to be energetic all day.

Flat White

17 Berwick St, London, W1F 0PT​, ​020 7734 0370

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Flat White, the shop’s name, is the most favourable beverage in Australia. Opening in 2005, they also serve antipodean influenced simple food and opened sister spot, Milkbar around the corner in 2008.

Caravan Coffee

Granary Building, Granary Square, London N1C 4AA, ​​020 7833 8115​1

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Caravan is an expert on coffee roasting. Visit their website and you can find out guidelines on brewing and making your own coffee at home. This shop is located within a vast Grade II Victorian grain stores in Kings Cross.

The Roastery

789 Wandsworth Rd, London SW8 3JQ​, ​020 7350 1961

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You’re definitely able to spend your entire day here at weekends because of a great brunch menu and mellow coffee being served. Their beans are roasted by the Bullet Coffee Cartel which results in appetising blends.

Association Coffee

No. 10/12 Creechurch Lane, London, EC3A 5AY, 020 7283 1155

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This is a right place for espresso lovers. Their coffee suppliers are London based roasters Square Mile and Workshop who are widely known by coffee addicts.

Coffee Plant

180 Portobello Rd, London, W11 2EB​, ​020 7221 8137

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It sounds strange that Coffee Plant was once a market stall selling a kind of magazine. Their reputation all over London now can be attributed to Rita Ora’s claim that this is her favourite coffee spot. They divide their coffee by strength so choose carefully to get the one that suit your taste most.

Federation Coffee

Unit 77-78, Brixton Village, Coldharbour Ln, London, SW9 8PS​, ​07506 706456

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Londoners queue around Brixton Market on Saturday mornings for Federation’s aromatic blends. Their house espresso is a combination between coffee roasters Campbell & Syme in North London and their soy flat whites.

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