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
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