Drop Coffee Roasters

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family travel sweden

No one needs coffee more than the parents of small folks. The Swedes are on board. The average Swede drinks four cups of coffee a day. Fittingly, there’s a growing specialty coffee subculture to match consumer demand.

Drop is the hippest and the most skilled of the single-origin roasters. You can try their beans at the bright Mariatorget cafe where award-winning baristas turn out beautiful pour overs and espresso caffeine fixes. Get your little one a cocoa or a milk. Pair your fix with a squishy Swedish bullar (sugar bun) or a plump semla — a cardamom bun filled to the brim with marzipan and whipped cream.

Wollmar Yxkullsgatan 10, Dropcoffee.com

Read the full Small Folk Travel Stockholm Guide.

Image:  Franklin Heijnen

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Small Folk Travel

Small Folk Travel is a family travel site by mama and travel writer Taraneh Jerven. The Jerven family (two toddlers, one bun in the oven) travels incessantly. When researching our trips, we couldn't find the family travel coverage we were looking for. We did our own research. We wrote the family travel guides ourselves. Taraneh Jerven writes for international travel publishers including RoughGuides.com and DK Eyewitness Travel. We cover good stuff for discerning parents and their little ones. Often these overlap. If they don't, we take turns.

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