Friday, October 30, 2015

Cafe Paradise, Daegu's Greatest Cafes - A Coffee Roasting Factory and a Japanese Style Cafe in Korea

Daegu's Greatest Cafes, A Coffee Roasting Factory and a Japanese Style Cafe in Korea
A Coffee Roasting Factory and a Japanese Style Cafe in Korea


To all those who are stressed with busy schedules!
Why don’t you enjoy and have a cup of coffee in Daegu?
You can see a lot of people relishing their time during evening or weekends sitting around in the café. That is probably why Daegu is full of people who love coffee, and is basically a café paradise full of cafés here and there. I will introduce some of the greatest cafés in Daegu that has coffee with really good scents. 


Roasting Factory of Coffee Myungga ‘La Finca’ 


A roasting factory of Coffee Myungga café that any coffee geek would love! 
A lot of local coffee shops have been emerging recently. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that the coffee fever started right here in Daegu. This was thanks to Coffee Myungga that earned its popularity when it was introduced to KBS entertainment program '2 Days and 1 Night' along with ‘Strawberry Cake’



This is the 1st generation café that was first in Korea to invent the roasting machine and a roastery café that put so much effort in making brewed coffee and drip coffee known in Korea.
Currently, there are already several branches in Korea. Today I will introduce ‘La Finca’, the roasting factory of Coffee Myungga.



La Finca has 4 different buildings with a small garden. Each building is used as a café, plant factory, roasting factory, and education and experience center.






When you take a look around the café, you would feel like you’re in a coffee museum for the drawers that keep the coffee beans, machines that make coffee, and other display items related to coffee. What’s really peculiar is that there are several coffee trees that are rare in Korea.




953-1, Gukchaebosang-ro, Suseong-gu, Daegu, Korea



Café ‘Samdeok shop’




Leisure of a cup of coffee in a traditional Japanese-styled building!
Café ‘Samdeok shop’ is a café modified from a traditional Japanese house, and located in Bukseongro tool shop street where some old Japanese styled houses still remain. The interior of the café makes a warm ambience with the wooden floor, table, and chair. 






Another special characteristic of this café is that it has a tatami room with traditional Japanese flooring. Stationery, that keeps the vibe of the tool street, is sold in the first floor. If you want to enjoy a cup of coffee in an Asian atmosphere, go to Cafe 'Samdeok shop'!






70, Bukseong-ro, Jung-gu, Daegu, Korea