Coffee Museum

After I recently introduced you to coffee art, what is closer to it than doing it with coffee museums as well?

KIZ

Berlin, Nostitzstrasse 5

  • On individual request or to events of different topics on the Facebook page.
  • Coffee history, exhibits from the 16th century until today
  • From all over the world: for coffee processing, roasting, preparation and dishes.
  • Thanks to Stefan from th Kiez Rösterei, for the individual tour on Saturday!
Coffee Museum Burg

Hamburg, St. Annenufer 2

  • Where does coffee come from? How does the bean become brown? And how to prepare it properly?
  • Hundreds of exhibits from all over the world tell the success story of the coffee – from then until today.
  • There are tools and machines, roasters and grinders, filters and jugs, advertising and curios, dishes and furniture.
Zum Arabischen Coffe Baum

Leipzig, Kleine Fleischergasse 4

  • On the 3rd floor of one of the oldest coffee houses in Germany
  • Over 500 exhibits – from oriental cuisine to Meissen’s “flower coffee” bowl.
Omkafè – The Coffee Museum

Italy, 38062 Arco TN

  • A fascinating journey through the history of coffee and its production – from the origins to the roasting, from the ancient traditions to the first espresso machines.
  • Coffee machines, espresso machines since 1800, books on coffee from 1600 to 1800, items and packaging of the company since its foundation.
  • A part of the museum is devoted to coffee culture with samples and descriptions of more than 200 coffees from all over the world.
Chicco D’oro Coffee Museum

Switzerland, 6828 Balerna

  • Fascinating exhibition of numerous objects and curiosities from the 18th century until today
  • The overview ranges from agricultural cultivation to industrial technology.
Caferama

Switzerland, 7524 Zuoz

  • The entire history of coffee production and coffee trade. How the coffee bean came to us – how and where the over 80 coffee tree species grow and the effects of coffee.
  • Cultivation and processing of the coffee, as well as the everyday life of the people working in the coffee industry.
  • Historical photos and paintings, ancient coffee grinders, jugs and machines.
  • Finally, there is freshly roasted coffee in the in-house cafe.
Coffee Museum

Austria, 1050 Wien

  • In the Austrian Society and Economic Museum
  • Espresso machines, mills and exotic accessories from several centuries and diverse cultures.
  • Events and special exhibitions with thematic focal points.
Coffee Museum Alchymista

Czechia, Prag 7

  • The exhibition is an homage to the coffee tradition – from its beginnings through the various centuries around the world.
  • The photo exhibition documents the atmosphere in the coffee houses in the First Republic.
  • In the stylish Alchymista coffee house you can taste fresh coffee from their own roastery.

 

If you know more museums, please comment 🙂

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