Once from a squat red coffee truck, now also at a coffee corner inside the Makers of Barcelona workspace, Guatemalan owner-barista Gianluca Buonafina brews aromatic Latin American coffee for La Cherry. Bailèn 11.
2. Black Remedy
Partnering with local micro-roasters, Black Remedy serves up speciality and single-origin coffees. The biggest draw is their Slayer, a handcrafted espresso machine that takes a minute to slow brew each and every cup. Ciutat 5.
Bernat, owner of Bermont Coffee, is a coffee genius. Be sure to ask him anything you want to know about your cup of Joe. His enthusiastic answers and the atmosphere of this tiny cafe will make you feel right at home. Bretón de los Herreros 2.
Enjoy a flat white—the most popular drink in this hipster mecca—at Satan’s Coffee Corner. Arc de Sant Ramon del Call 11.
5. Onna Coffee
Onna is all about the origins. Owner Anahí Paez sources her beans from her home country of Costa Rica, and ensures that her shop’s production practices are fair and the coffee quality is always at its best. Santa Teresa 1.