A cup of coffee is almost ubiquitously present at meetings for brainstorming ideas, water-cooler moments in offices, romantic dates, and even when you're spending quality time with yourself.
The coffee culture in New Zealand is immense. CNN rated the country's coffee as one of the best in the world. Their love for Flat Whites has been contagious as down under's trademark drink is rapidly growing in popularity across the world. A nation full of caffeine addicts, it has a variety of cafes, each with its own distinct attraction. Jester House was voted as the best cafe in the country and is the definition of awesome. Located in a country garden, a visit to the cafe is always an exhilarating experience. You get a chance to indulge yourself in ethereal natural beauty, mesmerizing art and glimpses of eels everyday from September to May. Certainly a paradise for coffee lovers! Cadbury World understood the craze for coffee among the Kiwis and opened the first branch of their chocolate cafes in the country. It may not be Charlie's chocolate factory, but it is the closest it can get. The customers are allowed to use their creativity to come up with personalized orders from a host of Cadbury products. How cool is that!
To find yourself in a perfect ambiance for coffee maniacs, visit the Shaky Isles. With a staple coffee story wall, delicious Kiwi food and a super friendly staff, it is one of the most famous cafes in Auckland. Go there to munch on a truly gratifying Portobello Ciabatta, which is one of the best in the whole island. You can go to Federal Delicatessen for a taste of nostalgia. A 90s styled cafe, it is a great place to hang out with your friends (F.R.I.E.N.D.S) A breakfast of choch-cherry pie and Havana filtered coffee here is a true treat for the taste buds. All in all New Zealand is a perfect place to revel in your love and madness for coffee.
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