SOMERSAULT COFFEE BANGKOK
Traveling the world in search for independent coffee roasters? Then don’t forget to visit Somersault Coffee Bangkok.
Brick walls and cool art
Somersault Coffee Roasters isn’t located very central, but after a visit to the cool Hookrajong Cafe it’s just a five minute taxi-drive away. The coffee cafe looks stunning with white bricks on the walls, a beautiful white counter and blue and pink art. But as much as I love the interior it all evolves around one thing in here and that’s the coffee.
The staff is so kind that they take their time to learn their clients about different coffee sorts. And let them taste their latest brew. I’ve tried a single origin from Brazil. Apart from the cafe there’s also a shop where they sell amazing hand wash with the name: ‘I wish I could wash your sadness away.’
No website, check out their Instagram page here.
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