Great coffee is catching on in Germany and I was elated to find a superb café in Blaubeuren.
Best Coffee In Blaubeuren, Germany
Right in the heart of town near the Stadtkirche St. Peter und Paul sits a beautiful blue house. Inside that house is beautiful coffee.
Kirchplatz 5, 89143
Monday – Saturday: 10:00AM – 5:30PM (closed Tuesday)
Sunday: 12:00PM – 5:30pm
+49 7344 1777525
This is a hipster coffee shop proudly brandishes its tastefully sourced, fair trade coffee. Fine, fine, fine – but does it taste good? Oh yes. Very, very good.
There was no flat white on the menu, but I requested one and the owner, with a nod, told me it would not be a problem. The café has a beautiful La Marzocco Strada machine (runs about $25,000) and although I’ve had more beautiful flat whites in terms of latte art, I’ve had few that tasted this good.
Good…of course taste is in the eyes of the beholder, but this was a dark, robust, chocolatey espresso that instantly made this café our base in Blaubeuren.
Of course the coffee was served in ceramic cups and there was beautiful indoor and outdoor seating available, including benches carved from wood. Prices were reasonable well, with a cappuccino running €2.60 and an espresso €1.30.
Four times in two days I enjoyed lovely coffee at Bad Haus in Blaubeuren. In addition to the natural and historic beauty of this part of Germany, the coffee is great as well.
This is part of my summer in Germany trip report.