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Coffee Museum, St. Petersburg
(4.1/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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  • Being in the northern capital, be sure to take a look at this unusual Museum. Good mood and delicious coffee. For me, this place was difficult to find even with a map, but it is entirely my fault. If you too are having a hard time in the big city, your hint: the Museum is located on the opposite side of the River opposite the "Crosses". Ticket cheap and gives a substantial discount on drink. The Museum is beautifully decorated and the atmosphere it warm and cozy. Great guide, very interesting and with humor told us how, where, and why. Listened, hanging ears and not distracting. All our questions were answers, and not left unsaid. Information was not only theoretically but also practically useful. Here you will learn about this drink what and think could not. On the second floor of the Museum serves excellent coffee (including rare variations that you can find in few places). There you can have a tasty meal for a reasonable price. About visiting the master class you need to know in advance at the Museum's website, otherwise provoronite happiness. In General, visit the Museum turned out to be useful and informative, I advise every coffee lover to visit this place.
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  • Many of us like to drink coffee. But after visiting this Museum, you can understand that we (most of us) are used to drinking coffee and not some substance to the fruits of a coffee tree does not have any relationship. The exposition itself is not very interesting (even, perhaps, boring), so I advise you to take a ticket from the tasting. Guides as sextons read to learn. But they can (and should) ask questions, because the most interesting may be left overs. Great tasting ticket (700rur), but it's worth it. For 1.5 hours you will learn 5 basic ways of making coffee and will be able to choose for themselves. I advise you to buy coffee and for yourself. The Café upstairs, also advise take a peek. From it a beautiful view of the Neva River and feed very tasty. Better tasting tickets booked in advance.
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  • first and foremost, I consider it in terms of supply of coffee, but a couple of words about the museum itself will tell you. Ticket price = 350R without benefits for pupils and students for a half-hour tour. It is held every the 15, 30 minutes, regardless of how many people. Exhibits not much story itself includes a little history about the spread around the world, where is that little bit of roasting plus tasting smell about 15 varieties of coffee with explanations. I was wondering because I am interested in this as well), b) know quite little. The price of the ticket in part high, as for me. Tasting will cost 800R, and believes that it is not worth it. About coffee shop. Cafe terrace is located on the second floor, in the same building, but enter through another door. ☕ ️ actually, that strongly motivated to write a review-the coffee here. He is very good. Perhaps I ' brainwashed ' story that only serves their [the Museum] coffee special class that is registered somewhere, specifically in their proportions of the assembled, but anyway was tasty, with a girlfriend took both Cappuccino. 220ml = 110R (50% discount for visiting a Museum) in all rather prosaic, probably better to visit here when heat-sit on the balcony. Many tables in both halls, but the majority of seats empty. Next to ours was shelving books, somewhere beyond stands a piano-that's all that is curious. nice friendly girl does everything quickly, no claims or special comments. in the Museum you can buy silicone bracelets and badges with the logo of the Museum, the grain/ground coffee, as well as supermiluju manual coffee grinder or a beautiful Turku (from what was remembered) coffee here is worth a try!
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