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Updated by Joanna James on Feb 11, 2018
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The Top Rated Coffee Shops in Brisbane – Getting that Caffeine High!

If you love coffee be it Americano, Cafe Latte, Espresso or a Long Macchiato, then Brisbane is the place to be! Here are some of the best coffee shops you will find in and around the city.

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Death Before Decaf

The wonderfully named Death Before Decaf is the perfect place to head to for that caffeine fix any time of the day or night. This popular coffee joint which is easily accessible from Brisbane CBD hotels is open 24 hours a day which is perfect for when those sudden coffee cravings hit at whatever time. Since coffee can be enjoyed here 24/7 it is frequented at all odd hours too, but while the clientele may change, what is served does not and you can expect some caffeine infused goodness awaiting you.

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Reverend's Fine Coffee

How does a cappuccino topped with some grated chocolate sound? If this is something that has got you excited, then the next time you are in Brisbane make sure to head to Reverend's Fine Coffee. Within 10 minutes from Oaks Lexicon Apartments, this charming cafe which is run by a former pastor does serve up some heavenly coffee along with delectable dishes too.

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Ltd Espresso

Located in the Fortitude Valley area, Ltd Espresso has become quite a favourite amongst coffee aficionados in Brisbane. It offers a laidback and friendly atmosphere in which to chill out with friends, while enjoying a Cleanskin coffee blend. As an added bonus you can even buy some cold press coffee in a bottle and take with you; chill it at home or back in your apartment and save it for when you need a cold caffeine hit!

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Gramercy Espresso

Coffee is both refreshing and reviving and at Gramercy Espresso you can savour both the hot or cold varieties. Those entering Wintergarden from the Edward Street entrance will easily find this coffee hotspot making it an ideal place to stop by at while on your city explorations. Those having certain coffee concoctions at Gramercy Espresso and wondering why it tastes deliciously different is because a special in-house almond milk is used. An added treat is the fact that patrons can also have some pastries or cakes to accompany their coffee.

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Bunker Coffee

If you are wondering how Bunker Coffee got its name, well it is quite simple actually; this intimate coffee hideaway in Brisbane can be found in an actual bunker used in World War Two! Caffeine rich espressos can be enjoyed here along with filter coffee as well. On those hot days, you can have some iced coffee, while hot chocolate is also available for those looking for some non-caffeinated goodness.

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Dandelion & Driftwood

Located in the Hendra locale, Dandelion & Driftwood is run by Penny and Peter Wolff, a wife and husband team who have lots of experience when it comes to coffee. The name of the cafe is derived from their signature blends that are worth trying out when on a coffee hopping tour of Brisbane.

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