The temperature starts to rise and in the evenings the rain soaks the streets of the city.
Whatever your favorite time to enjoy a cup of coffee, these new proposals will not disappoint you.

Cleotilde Café

Finally
a Mexican coffee bar opens in the Escandon colony where you will find a
proposal of interior design different from the rest: walls and
white bar with metallic ornaments, a visually clean and very
bright space.

The place is small, a wooden bar with 4 seats
is perfect if you want to take it there, although many prefer it
to take away.
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The coffee comes from Boca del Monte, Veracruz, in different presentations Espresso, Cappuccino Cut, Latte or Moka.
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Do not miss in these hot days the Cold Capuccino or Cold Chocolate artisan with Cocoa Chiapaneco as well as the Chai , both made with natural ingredients.

Another attraction for the palate is the bakery, muffins, brownies, paninis

Where is?  Progreso 240, Escandón CDMX

Hours: 8am to 8pm

 

The Black Rabbit

La Narvarte jumps with pleasure with this coffeeshop.

I must
confess that the name was the first thing that motivated me to visit it, but
once inside I was able to confirm that it is one of the few cafes in the
city ​​with a very interesting menu.

Isaac Dominguez
owner and barista, brings us
veracruzano coffee and with his own creations has managed to position himself in the area.
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We start with the Mocca that goes beyond the shot of espresso with milled milk. It is a rather spicy drink “Oaxacan chocolate, clove, chili, sugar, walnut, almond and cinnamon” an explosion of smells and flavors. You can not miss it!
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Specialties:

  • White Rabbit Espresso Base + Horchata (Oaxaca)
  • Nitro Rabbit Cold Brew + Orange + Nitrogenous Coffee Foam
  • Mojito Rabbit   Cold Brew + Soda + Fresh mint touch
  • Honey Bunny Cold Brew + Jack Daniels Honey + Soda

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Where is?  Av. Xola 1603, Narvarte CDMX

Hours: 7 am to 8 pm

 

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