'World of coffee' cafe in Chikmagalur is every coffee lover's dream.

It's a mini coffee museum ☕. A virtual tour 👇
Though Chikmagalur is the land of coffee but has never had a cafe that justifies the name.

Jayanthi coffee, a 65 year old coffee brand run by @TheNakulMysore decided to change it by setting up an amaze coffee shop
The reception hosts a wall of all the artworks that the brand created over the last 65 years ❤️
An aroma station for the various coffee
As you pass the reception, the cafe opens up through a beautiful passage
A working manual coffee roaster which works on fire
A coffee experience zone where the visitors are demonstrated various coffee making techniques - Aeropress, siphon, cold drip
@SayaniBh taking up the tallest coffee challenge to drink 2.1 litre tall coffee 😀
The food was also fab.

Left: A drink made of coffee+ tonic water (wish it had gin too :)
Right: A croissant sandwich. One of the best I have ever tasted
Demo time 😀 Siphon method
Coffee techniques and coffee flavor wheel
Few collectibles that one could pick up.
We also got a mini tour of the factory. The photograph literally smells coffee
The cafe makes anyone fall in love with coffee ❤️
The founder Nakul is active on Instagram, you can follow him here


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