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I’m not sure how you like your coffee – but personally I enjoy mine strong with no sugar and a little milk with a robust, aromatic and full flavour. (I loveee Lavazza.)

 In the past, amongst all the beauty and greatness of Thailand and all that it has to offer… She had always slacked a little bit on the coffee front, up until recent years of course.

If you’re a bit of a coffee snob, there’s no shame in admitting it 😉. And if you appreciate/need your daily fix of actual, strong coffee (not just milk and condensed milk mixed together) – you’re going to be over-the-moon joyous when you take a load of these places.

It seems the Art of Coffee is seriously becoming a thing in Bangkok, and baristas are growing in the masses – quietly winning awards.

Drip Coffee as well as Cold Brew on tap and Nitro Brew seem to be massive trends happening in BKK, and I’m super impressed with what I’ve discovered.

So the next time you’re in Bangkok, don’t forget that there’s not only good, but actually amazing single origin-beans, blends, cuppas and lattes waiting for you, just around the corner!

PS: And if you’re a tea lover like some of us at TripCanvas, here are some fantastic places to indulge in a solid cup of tea too!

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1. With the world’s best 13th barista, you know it’s gonna be great – Factory Coffee

Fun fact: It’s been 3 years running with the title of Thailand’s Barista champions.

I don’t think we need much justification as to why us coffee enthusiasts need to pay homage to this cafe.

Unassuming from the chocolate charcoal wall outside, step into a gorgeous cafe that’s decorated in rich and urban interiors. It’s got this NYC feeling to it, and I’m so into the contrasting dark colours, natural light and minimalist decor with ferns placed here and there.

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Their Drip Coffee starts at 400 Baht – remember people, this is an art in itself – but the regular lattes, cappuccinos, etc are of course, a lot cheaper.

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(And their Cold Drip is super amazing!)

Some have even compared this coffee to the authentic, rich-tasting and aromatic flavour and blend that you would find at any of Rome’s cafe corners. (Let’s be real, Italian coffee is simply theee.best.coffee.) 

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Factory Coffee  

Price: From 120 Baht / approx. USD $3.77
Address: 49 Phayathai Rd, Khwaeng Thanon Phaya Thai, Khet Ratchathewi, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 1 min walk from Phaya Thai BTS Station
Contact: +66 80 958 8050
Opening hours: Daily from 8.30am to 6pm

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2. Barista? You mean Artiste! – Gallery Drip Coffee

If you’re looking for artisanal, well ladies and gentlemen, you’ll most certainly find it here. Their work in this little cafe is pure art, down to the last dripping bean.

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The beans here (from around the world, which they then roast themselves) are hand-ground, and then hand-dripped leaving you with a robust, full, and rich taste.

Not in the know? Hand-drip is basically when you create a coffee bed in a filter, soaking it with water and extracting the coffee with each drip as it seeps through the paper filter.

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They’ve got tons of hand-blends and flavours to choose, some which they have personally created using beans from around the world.

Their baristas are highly skilled and trained, and in fact, more like artists to be honest. They really know what they’re doing in terms of the art of drip coffee! Can you just imagine that first sip……?!

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Gallery Drip Coffee  

Price: From 65 Baht / approx. USD $2
Address: อาคารหอศิลปวัฒนธรรมแห่งกรุงเทพมหานคร (BACC) 939 ถนน พระราม 1 Khwaeng Wang Mai, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 3 min walk from National Stadium BTS Station
Contact: +66 81 917 2131
Opening hours: Tue-Sun from 10.30am to 8.30pm

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3. Wanna taste the creamiest type of cold brew coffee, without adding actual cream? – Kaizen

We’re talking serious business over here with these super cool coffee experimentalists.

Did you know??? They were actually the first guys to introduce and experiment with Nitro Brew in Thailand way back in 2014 – as well as having the country’s first coffee-on-tap!

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*Nitro Brew? Basically it’s coffee charged with nitrogen to give it a rich, creamy head, similar to nitro draft beer like Guinness! Because you don’t ever see cold coffees with the foam on it unless it’s actual cream, right?

Note: Nitro Brew also helps to make the coffee less acidic for those with gastric concerns!

The entire set-up has got this underlying coffee-roasters/factory feeling, showing off bare cement walls and  raw brick with a minimalist touch. (FYI, they’ve got a few stores around BKK.)

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Lastly, you know they’re serious about coffee when the kitchen in this cafe is for the coffee-making process, not food.

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The owner isn’t about fancy drinks, considering them “a distraction”, and focuses more on finding a balance between quality coffee, taste and fancy drinks.

I agree with this!! I’m not into all these weird teas with bubbles and crazy flavoured lattes – I like a rich, strong, aromatic and delicious coffee! Props to him for his passion for coffee.

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Kaizen 

Price: From 80 Baht / approx. USD $2.50
Address: 888 6-7 Ekkamai Rd, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 6mins drive from Thong Lor BTS Station
Contact: +66 98 831 6009
Opening hours: Daily from 8am to 6pm
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4. A whole lotta love, soul and dedication in every single cup – Hands and Heart Coffee

With an all white, minimalist design, the sole focus here is on the coffee, and you’re going to find divine hand-drips and cold brews at this corner.

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Serving both single origin beans, as well as blends, they pride themselves on their selection from all over the world, even Bolivia!

They’ve also got bags on sale for you to take home, and a crowd favourite seems to be their in-house blend, Coffeehood – which is a mix of beans from Chiang Mai and Guatemala, producing a chocolate-y, citrus flavour.

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Being in the game, they also like to experiment and play around, so if you’re in the mood, try their Coffee Kombucha! (Drip coffee that’s been fermented for a few days, so it has a sort of zing to it, and it’s served ice cold.)

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Hands and Heart 

Price: From 580 Baht / approx. USD $18.20
Address: 225 ซอย ปรีดี พนมยงค์ 25 Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 5 mins drive from Ekkamai BTS Station
Contact: +66 81 553 3585
Opening hours: Daily from 7am to 7pm

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5. Herbaceous, fruity, floraly, and we’re talking not tea here! – Roots Bangkok

If you’re on the hunt for flavour, or maybe you consider yourself a true coffee connoisseur… You simply have to pay this speciality coffee powerhouse a visit.

Intrigued with trying something different? Their signature thing is their infused coffees in all different fruity & floral assortments. The blended ice coffee flavours also change bi-weekly, so you can always expect something new.

In the past, they’ve introduced grapefruit, orange & rosemary, as well as honey malt – and these are served on tap as a Cold Brew.

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They’re really popular among coffee enthusiasts and through the years have been working on bettering their bean.

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Trivia: They were the first speciality roastery to exclusively roast coffee from Thailand! 

Roots Bangkok

Price: From 100 Baht / approx. USD $3.14
Address: theCOMMONS (Top Yard Floor) Thonglor 17, Sukhumvit Rd, Klongtan Nue, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 4 min drive from Thong Lor BTS Station
Contact: +66 97 059 4517
Opening hours: Mon-Thu from 8am to 7.30pm, Fri-Sun from 8am to 8.30pm

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6. Enjoy a divine espresso or drip coffee, in an artsy cool setup – Ink and Lion

So two artists get married, open a gallery and a coffee shop next door, putting their passions into two things that they absolutely love.

The result? A gorgeous space to relax, let your creative juices flow and enjoy some damn.good.coffee. 

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They’re known for their espresso, as well as creamy iced coffees. The real steal however, is enjoying a hand-crafted cup of full bodied, rich and aromatic hand-dripped coffee with hints of chocolate/nut on the palette.

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They are another super minimalist roaster in terms of design – this is definitely a trend among coffee houses, and again I’m feeling all the New York City Soho vibes.

They take the art of coffee seriously, and it’s almost mesmerising when you watch someone pour a Drip Coffee with such peacefulness, attention and joy!

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They pride themselves on their selection of beans from all around Thailand, and they sometimes even have guest baristas in the cafe doing their thang for the day.

Ink and Lion 

Price: From 90 Baht / approx. USD $2.89
Address: Soi Sukhumvit 63, Khwaeng Phra Khanong Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 7 min walk from Ekkamai BTS Station
Contact: 02 002 6874
Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 8am to 6pm, Sat-Sun from 9am to 6pm

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7. Anybody fancy a sweet potato latte? – Roastology

I mean, as if the name isn’t a give-away… Instead of ‘mixology’ (the art of mixing up alcoholic drinks), think the same thing but with…coffee! Hence the name ‘roastology’.

Just as you’d expect, they’ve really got some crazy cool coffee beverages!

Try their Coffee Cola – they fizz up cold coffee with soda, like in the old-days. (Anyone remember the soda machines?) After that, your coffee is fizzy and full of bubbles! I’m definitely trying it the next time I’m in town…

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In the past, they were the ones supplying coffee beans to restaurants and businesses around Thailand. Finally last year, they decided to open a cafe of their own! (With that much history in the coffee business, you know that they’re experts in the trade!)

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Roastology 

Price: From 80 Baht / approx. USD $2.50
Address: 21 Sala Daeng 1 Alley, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 10 min walk from Lumphini MRT Station
Contact: +66 62 381 8333
Opening hours: Daily from 8am to 5pm

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8. Passion goes a long way – Phils Coffee Company

Serving the simple joys of your classic cappuccinos, lattes, espressos and filter – this artisan coffee roastery joins our list because of just how good the quality and taste of their brew is!

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Owned by Malayan brother and sister, their passion for the bean shines. They’re fully involved in the entire coffee process from plant to finished filtered cup, and it really shows in the end result. And that’s what makes the difference in their coffee.

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They have single origin beans from the likes of Chiang Rai, Ethiopia, Rwanda and Kenya – it seems anywhere that sells good coffee is on the African bean trend –love it!

One of their house-blends, called Urso (which you can buy by the bag), has a delicious chocolate, nutty aroma and taste, and balances deliciously with milk.

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Or try owner Wang’s personal favourite, his lemony, floral maple-tinged Hummingbird Blend – which they use as their house blend for filter coffees.

Phils Coffee Company

Price: From 100 Baht / approx. USD $3.14
Address: 21 Sukhumvit 61 Alley, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 13 min walk from Thong Lor BTS Station
Contact: +66 97 125 4204
Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 9am to 6pm, Sat-Sun from 10am to 5.30pm

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9. For the ones on-the-go – Coffeelismstand

Based in the financial district, this coffee-on-the-go is the latest in professional, urban, cool ‘cafes’. (I say that because it’s technically not a cafe, but actually a takeaway coffee stand for the busy go-getters of the city.) 

It absolutely oozes cool, from the barista himself to the interiors, even though it’s a tiny space!

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FYI, it’s always busy here, so prepare to wait in line, but it’s takeaway so the queue moves pretty quickly.

Serving up authentic Drip Coffee, and Iced Matcha Lattes, or their signature Black Mint Cocoa – there’s certainly a little bit of magic in each cup.

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They’ve also got a ‘Bring your own cup’ special and if you do, you’ll receive a 5 Baht discount! The future is now, and it’s all about cutting back on plastic and unnecessary waste, I dig it.  #savetheenvironment

Coffeelismstand   

Price: From 40 Baht / approx. USD $1.26
Address: สาทร 8 /สีลม 3 /สถานีรถไฟฟ้าช่องนนทรี, Bang Rak (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 5 min walk from Chong Nonsi 2 BTS Station
Contact: +66 95 568 2690
Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 9am to 3pm (Closed Sundays)

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10. Refuel on an iced Cold brew, perfect for a scorching hot day in the city – Rocket Coffeebar

Funky and cool with a little bit of fun, that’s the experience the guys over at Rocket aim to provide.

They’re well-known for their cold brew, which they’ve carefully selected from small-batch roasted beans, then prepared them using a Synesso Hydra espresso machine (some fancy-ass equipment!).

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The Rocketfuel is their most popular Cold Brew. I love the customised bottles they’re served in, along with a glass of ice and a slice of orange peel – this pairs really nicely with the earthiness of the blend.

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They’ve also got a few branches around the city, each oozing this Scandanavian sort of urban cool – and I love the design. I’m a sucker for amazing aesthetics, man!

Rocket Coffeebar  

Price: From 95 Baht / approx. USD $2.98
Address: 149 Sathon Soi 12 Alley, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 6 min walk from Chong Nonsi 2 BTS Station
Contact: +66 2 635 0404
Opening hours: Daily from 7am to 8pm

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11. This one if for the adventurous drinkers – Eureka Nitro Coffee

Don’t be mistaken, this is not a bar, I repeat, not a bar!

Although set up as one, along the long white marble bar top and drinks on tap, don’t be fooled. It is in fact a coffeehouse, and that’s nitro coffee on tap you’ll find here!

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They have an epic selection of crazy-cool, different coffee drinks (cocktails) and again it’s another place playing with mixology, but with caffeine.

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You have to try their signature ‘Kai Kem Latte’ (known as the Salted Egg latte); A caramel latte, served with caramel salted egg syrup, and topped with Thong Yip (a traditional Thai dessert made from sweetened egg yolk).

They say you should poke your straw through the Thong Yip for maximum deliciousness and it apparently tastes like mooncake!

They also have loads of creative teas and other drinks too! Their ‘Durian Iced Tea’ is made using durian ice cream as the base, topped with Cha Yen (Thai milk tea) straight from the tap,  topped off and sprinkled with freeze-dried durian chips for a lil’ bit of crunch.

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Eureka Nitro Coffee

Price: From 140 Baht / approx. USD $4.40
Address: Si Lom, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 3 min walk from Chong Nonsi 2 BTS Station
Contact: +66 92 449 9895
Opening hours: Daily from 8am to 8pm

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12. For the love of coffee – Sometimes I feel

I absolutely love this idea; the owner, Jay, his wife and best friend opened up this urban jungle dream last year. Their drinks are actually inspired by the flavours, which are the base notes that we find in the actual coffee bean.

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As a foodie, I appreciate this and I’m all about balancing flavours to improve what’s happening on the palette. Here, they understand that and understand the actual flavours of the coffee bean, which is actually a seed just FYI.

Their mission is to extract those flavours by adding a little extra magic to their drinks, and people seem to love it! Try their Orangespresso or the C Salt Caramel Macchiato (made with 3 different types of homemade caramel syrups).

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If you have a sweet tooth, The Double Trouble Float looks SCRUMPTIOUS and looks more like a yummy dessert! It’s filled with a blend of coffee extracted through lemon slices so it’s kind of infused, mixed with a vanilla syrup – and a Japanese sauce adding sweetness and a unique aroma. Last but not least, it’s topped with milk foam and vanilla ice cream. YUMMMMM.

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Sometimes I feel 

Price: From 90 Baht / approx. USD $2.89
Address: 5/1 Sukhumvit 31, Klongtoey, Khlong Toei, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 11 min walk from Asok BTS Station
Contact: +66 89 223 1493
Opening hours: Tue-Fri from 9.30am to 6.30pm, Sat-Sun from 10am to 7pm (Closed Mondays)

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13. Strange name, amazinggg coffee – One Ounce for Onion

With a few branches in and around BKK, the most loved being in Ekkamai, these guys are known simply for their damn delicious, strong and rich coffee. They also like to play around with flavours and lattes in a traditional way, but with a homemade touch.

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Their signature coffee is a Black Chinotto: cold brew and Chinotto orange (a juice made from the Myrtle leaf, Orange tree), leaving you with a bitter/sweet and refreshing aftertaste.

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It also shares a space with clothing store, Onion and if you’re up for this coffee adventure – it is quite a walk from the nearest BTS (about 30mins). We’d recommend getting a Grab/taxi to get there… Unless you don’t mind the walk and/ maybe getting lost. 😝

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One Ounce for Onion 

Price: From 70 Baht / approx. USD $2.20
Address: 19/12 Soi Ekamai12 Klongton-Nua, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 6 min drive from Thong Lor BTS Station
Contact: +66 2 116 6076
Opening hours: Daily from 9am to 6pm

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14. For the love of the cha (Japanese, Chinese and more) – Double Dogs

Bringing back the traditions of China, this authentic and charismatic tea house will delight all serious tea lovers, down to the last terracotta potting detail.

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They focus on traditional specialty Japanese and Chinese teas, as well as Taiwan and Sri Lanka, and they are further split and categorised by the different types of teas – mainly by colour: green, blue, red, white and Oolong.

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Depending on the colour category of the tea, each pot –all different sizes to suit the specific tea – is brewed and treated differently. Depending on the leaf you’ve chosen, water is added and the tea is left to steep for variation of times.

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For Example: For a blue tea such as Da Hong Pao, water is added to the miniature pot for around 30 seconds and poured directly into a cup to be enjoyed

But if you’ve chosen a white tea, it can take many minutes for the tea to infuse, and it’s interesting to watch the dried leaves unfurl before your eyes, expanding to fill half the cup.

Double Dogs

Price: From 150 Baht / approx. USD $4.72
Address: 406 Yaowarat Rd, Khwaeng Chakkrawat, Khet Samphanthawong, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10100, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 12 min walk from Hua Lamphong MRT Station
Contact: +66 86 329 3075
Opening hours: Tue-Thu from 1pm to 9pm, Fri-Sun from 1pm to 10pm (Closed Mondays)

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15. The art of Tea – Seven Suns

Over here, the simple art of the tea-making process that theyhighlight, will be enough to fill you with utter bliss and brightness. They take their art very seriously, and do it beautifully!

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They cater for tea newbies with simple, fragrant, and delicious blends, but if you consider yourself more of a connoisseur – you may want to try one of the fancier tea choices.

On that note, Han Mei’s family actually produce a high-quality UK tea brand, Mei Leaf, previously named China Life, and they serve it in-house here! You have to try it, if you haven’t already!

If you’re dedicated to entire process of the art of tea, you’ll be delighted to hear they have a ‘Gong-Fu’ Ceremony tea set – with your choice of loose-leaf tea on tray, topped with tea pot, two cups, a tea pet figure, a snack and free water refills.

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They’re also pretty into their matcha, and if you are too, indulge and enjoy your Matcha Latte, made with spoonfuls of two different types of matcha (two different types of green tea).

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Seven Suns 

Price: From 220  Baht / approx. USD $4.72 (Ceremony Tea set)
Address: M Floor, theCOMMONS Thonglor soi 17, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 4 min drive from Thong Lor BTS Station
Contact: +66 86 329 3075
Opening hours: Mon-Thu from 9am to 8pm, Fri-Sun from 9am to 9pm (Closed Mondays)
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16. One for the matcha kings and queens – Peace Oriental Tea House

What better way to add more zen to a tea ceremony experience than by making it Japanese-themed too? Here, you’ll enter a space of calm, cool and peacefulness.

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Teas here are sourced from Japan, China, Taiwan and Thailand (yes, Thailand produces some fantastic tea too!), and they focus on 3 different tea options. Hot tea, Matcha and Lattes, and they constantly change the brands and blends.

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Editor’s Note from Dawn: If you really love tea, you should plan a trip to Choui Fong Tea Plantation in Chiang Rai. My absolute favorite is their Osmantus Oolong Tea, and I’m ADAMANT I’ll be back just to stock up on that tea!

They also brew each tea using different techniques to get the most out of the leaves. And if you’re a serious tea-drinker, and LOVE your matcha, try their ceremonial-grade matcha prepared as koicha (thick tea).

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Along with their hot teas and matcha errthang, they also have a super-intense dark chocolate blend as well as a refreshing Iced Yuzu.

Now we know this is all about the tea, but we can’t not mention their charcoal-cased Hojicha ice cream, it’s apparently dreamy!

Peace Oriental Tea House

Price: From 200 Baht / approx. USD $6.29
Address: 47 Soi Sukhumvit 49/1, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 13 min walk from Thong Lor BTS Station
Contact: 097-267-2626
Opening hours: Daily from 10am to 9pm
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17. Classical imports to be enjoyed in a gorgeous urban / vintage set-up – Thé Tea House

A large glass house, old wood and steel, plants and a space lined and filled with old collectables and antique treasures and furniture.

This also happens to be home to an award-winning tea house.

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First opening in Hua Hin where they had a successful run, they then opened shop in Bangkok too. This is where they serve only the best quality teas, a lot of which are imported. Their most popular tea choice hails from France, the gourmet tea brand ‘Marriage Frère’.

If you’re not a fan of flavoured/scented teas and just love your simple black tea, their signature ‘Marco Polo’ black tea will help you relax and enjoy the moment.

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And if you’ve ever heard of the famous French tea, Vert Provence, well you can treat yourself to a cuppa here! It’s a green tea leaf blend with a fruity aroma, and has an intense floral-y aroma of lavender and the sweetness of rose petals – gorgeous!

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ChangChui’s Thé Tea House

Price: From 170 Baht / approx. USD $5.30
Address: อาคารG1 460/8 Sirindhorn Rd, Khwaeng Bang Phlat, Khet Bang Phlat, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10700, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Nearest BTS: 16 min drive from Victory Monument BTS Station
Contact: +66 85 151 9891
Opening hours: Tue-Sun from 11am to 10pm (Closed Mondays)

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18. Start your fairytale tea time here! – V Lacha Teahouse and Dessert Bar

Here, it’s your everyday tea time with a traditional Thai twist! (The word V’lacha is actually a play on the Thai phrase that means ‘tea time’.) 

Your fairytale begins with a teapot filled with blooming flowers, while treats shaped in flowers and fruits are brought to your table – delicately displayed on a Chinese porcelain three-tier stand. And it all feels very zen-like in here.

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You can see their love for the art of tea, simply in the design and the way things run. Choose your tea leaves, from florals to herbs, which arrive in cylinder tubes, and glass bowls to brew your tea in. It’s almost like an experiment in their tea parlour!

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The cafe represents the perfect mix of traditional and contemporary with its interiors – set in an old wooden Thai house, while the decor is modern and artsy, and I love the murals!

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V Lacha 

Price: From 89-290 Baht / approx. USD $2.80 – $9
Address: Soi Ari 1, Khwaeng Samsen Nai, Khet Phaya Thai, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10400, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Opening hours: Tue-Sun from 10am to 9pm (Closed Mondays)

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So if you’re ever having doubts again about grabbing your quality fix of caffeine every day when in Bangkok, you clearly have nothing to worry about.

With award-winning baristas, experimental caffeine mixology (*ahem* roastology)and aromatic, custom blends – you really have nothing to worry about, now do you?

We’re dying to know if you enjoyed that drip, so please leave us a comment below, and do let us know!

(And if you have any coffee places that MUST be included in the list, please let us know too!)

Cheers! ☕️

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