PHOTOGRAPHS FROM VANCOUVER COFFEE SHOPS
Nemesis Coffee launched their new multi-roaster cafe with a two-week soft opening to meet their new neighbours and introduce them to their coffee, food and hospitality.
Agro Roasters went through some big changes last year with new owners taking over the business and making the decision to close the cafe for a few months for extensive renovations of the space before re-opening last summer.
Vancouver cyclists have their home base back for coffee and hang out after a ride with Musette Caffè re-opening their cafe next to the Burrard Street bicycle lane.
Coffee Potluck took YVR by storm again earlier this December with a two-night pop-up: Brews & Beats. A curated experience featuring coffee-inspired cocktails and local culinary talent, all tied together with beats mixed live by DJs.
Matchstick Coffee has a beautiful new home in Riley Park and while keeping elements from their two other cafes it was nice to see the interior take inspiration from Japanese and Scandinavian design.
Unveiled in 2005 the AeroPress is a simple and convenient brewing method that has also managed to introduce some fun to the global coffee community as witnessed by the World AeroPress Championships.
Working on a series of new photo sets featuring a trip to Calgary to attend the 2016 Canadian AeroPress Championships along with a coffee crawl through the city.
Prado Cafe Fir, 1809 Fir Street, Vancouver
Nemesis Coffee, 302 West Hastings, Vancouver
Musette Caffè, 1325 Burrard Street, Vancouver
RT @49thParallel: Laura is currently sourcing coffee in Guatemala. Check in on our instagram story over the next week or so to see updates from her trip.