dry january : three venues not to be missed

For a few years now, Dry January, from the United Kingdom, has spread, thanks to social networks. If you are followers of this month without alcohol after the excesses of the New Year, these venues are made for you.

Café Nuances in Paris

Nestled in an old creamery on the rue Daniel Casanova, classified as Art Deco, this temple of coffee is far from a normal coffee shop. Here, the Carrot brothers offer a journey around five different shades of coffee. A real research work to make this everyday drink a tasting out of time.

Pophams Bakery à Londres

Opened by a self-taught man in 2017, Pophams Bakery is all

about pastries across the Channel. Proud of its two London addresses, the spot offers sweet and savoury delights to fill breakfast and lunch with: among other things, ham- and cheese filled croissants, bacon topped with maple syrup and delicious lattes in which leaves are drawn – resolutely Instagramable.

Bonanza Coffee Heroes à Berlin

A place typically inspired by the hipster’s favourite spots, as you can find in Melbourne, where the coffee beans are ground on the spot, offering a delightful spectacle. The main leitmotiv of the place is the taste of its aroma, which it qualifies as «unnecessarily good» enough to titillate curiosity and make you want to try it. The best part is that the café has a store, so you can take home the necessary items to reproduce this almost unique signature beverage.

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