I’m still working away on my guide to Stockholm, as there are SO MANY places that I love and want to share. I thought in the meantime I would share some of my photos from Drop Coffee, which is a new discovery we made last time we were there. Based in the cool Söder area, tucked away just around the corner from Mariatorget and two of my favourite bakeries (Blooms and Petrus) it’s an unpretentious spot to stop for some liquid refreshment and sit for a while.
As I normally tour bakeries rather than coffee shops, I checked out the great blog Dear Coffee I Love You, where they rate Drop Coffee really highly for the best brews in the city, and made my mind up to go.
Tristan is much more of a coffee aficionado than me and he thought the coffee was the best he’s had in Stockholm in the 6-or-so years we’ve been visiting together, enjoying both a pour over and an espresso. I meanwhile had a black tea which went down very well with an excellent Swedish bun. We shared a cardamom bun and a cinnamon bun, in the name of proper scientific experimentation, and while both were good, the cardamom bun just edged it in my opinion. You can sit inside or outside, but I thought the inside was a winner and I had a load of fun taking photos of all the coffee tools and paraphernalia that they also sell.